Cyclospray (Canada)This page contains information on Cyclospray for veterinary use.
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- Cyclospray Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Cyclospray
- Direction and dosage information for Cyclospray
CyclosprayThis treatment applies to the following species:
Chlortetracycline hydrochloride topical spray, 2.45% w/w
Veterinary Use Only
Chlortetracycline hydrochloride, Ph. Eur., 2.45% w/w. Also contains blue colouring to easily see the area treated.
For use in cattle, sheep and pigs as an aid in the prevention of infections of superficial traumatic or surgical wounds caused by microorganisms sensitive to chlortetracycline.
Sheep - As an aid in the treatment of interdigital dermatitis (foot rot) caused by organisms sensitive to chlortetracycline
Cattle - As an aid in the treatment of active lesions of digital dermatitis caused by organisms sensitive to chlortetracycline
Note - interdigital dermatitis in sheep and digital dermatitis in cattle are multifactorial disease processes for which there are no unique approaches for prevention and treatment. This product is to be used as part of a whole herd management program which may also include environmental management and footbathing.
Dosage and AdministrationFor topical administration. Clean the affected area thoroughly before spraying. Treatment of foot conditions should always be preceded by appropriate paring of the hoof, as this is critical for achieving an adequate response.
Shake the container for at least 3 seconds before spraying. Spray for 5 seconds to prime the valve before using. The container should be held a distance of 15-20 cm from the area to be sprayed. Spray for approximately 3 seconds until the treatment-area is evenly coloured.
For prevention of infections, a single administration is recommended.
Sheep: As an aid in the treatment of interdigital dermatitis (footrot), a one-time treatment consisting of two applications (with a 30 second interval) is recommended.
Cattle: As an aid in treatment of digital dermatitis active lesions, a double administration (with a 30 second interval) is recommended daily for 3 consecutive days.
After spraying the feet, the animal should be kept on dry ground for at least one hour.
Cautions: Protect the animals’ eyes when spraying in the vicinity of the head. The animal should be discouraged from licking the treated area or treated areas on other animals.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to tetracyclines.
WarningsNo withdrawal period in cattle, pigs and sheep or milk withholding time is required when used according to label directions. Do not use on the udder of lactating animals if milk is intended for human consumption. Stained part of the pig skin must be removed prior to the rest of animal being used for human consumption.
Avoid contact with skin and eyes and inhaling vapours because of sensitization, contact dermatitis and possible hypersensitivity reactions to chlortetracycline. Wear impermeable gloves and protective eyewear while handling the product. Apply the product in open air or in a sufficiently ventilated area. Do not eat or smoke while administering the product.
Do not spray on an open flame or any incandescent material. Do not pierce or burn the container, even after use. Wash hands after use. In case of accidental ingestion or contact with eyes, seek medical advice immediately and show the label to the physician.
Keep out of reach of children.
StorageStore at room temperature (15-30°C). Extremely flammable aerosol: Pressurized container: May burst if heated. Do not expose the container to direct heat or sunlight. Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other sources of ignition.
Imported and distributed by: Bimeda-MTC Animal Health Inc., 420 Beaverdale Road, Cambridge ON N3C 2W4
LOT/EXP: See bottom of can
Eurovet Animal Health B.V., The Netherlands
8CYC003P Rev. 04/17
Distributed by VETOQUINOL N.-A. INC.
2000, CHEMIN GEORGES, LAVALTRIE, QC, J5T 3S5
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