Work (Canada)

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Work

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Univet

Blister

DIN: 00617075

Active Ingredient(s): WORK is a topical solution containing the following per mL:

Mercuric chloride

3.0 mg

Turpentine oil

0.05 mg

Camphor

100.0 mg

Iodine

120.0 mg

Potassium iodide

26.0 mg

Isopropanol

0.6 mg

Work Indications

WORK is a safe, painless, penetrating blister that does not cause permanent blemish. WORK is recommended for the treatment of sprained or fleshy tendons, jarred joints, sore shins, splints, spavins curbs, ring bones, and other bone enlargements, windgalls and ringworm.

Dosage and Administration

Apply WORK with a soft toothbrush. To blister unsound tendons, joints and bony formations, brush every day until a good scale forms. Allow the scale to fall off naturally before re-applying. The horse may be exercised depending upon the degree of lameness.

For fleshy tendons, weak joints, windgalls, and as a precaution against sore shins and tendon strain, brush lightly once a week to stimulate circulation.

Precaution(s): Store at room temperature. Keep the container tightly closed.

Caution(s): Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes. Wash hands immediately after application.

Presentation: 280 mL plastic bottles.

NAC No.: 12290360

UNIVET PHARMACEUTICALS LTD.
50 STEELES AVE., UNIT #1, MILTON, ON, L9T 2Y5
Telephone:   905-876-1990
Order Desk:   800-268-5069
Fax:   905-878-5311
Website:   www.univetpharm.com
Email:   univet@univetpharm.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Work information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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