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I-DEFENSE VET

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I-DEFENSE VET

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Company: I-Med Pharma

LONG-LASTING HYDRATION AND LUBRICATION

Isotonic Ophthalmic Ointment Containing 0.4% Sodium Hyaluronate

MAXIMUM RELIEF

I-DEFENSE VET Indications

I-DEFENSE® VET is a long-lasting hydrating and lubricating ointment for the eye surface. I-DEFENSE® VET is recommended for use in species such as dogs, cats, horses and other animals. I-DEFENSE® VET’s viscous nature enables a prolonged adhesion to the ocular surface, performing its moisturizing and protective action even during the night hours.

Directions For Use

● Wash your hands well before you use I-DEFENSE® VET.

● When opening I-DEFENSE® VET, do not use the first delivery of the ointment which may be aqueous. Gently squeeze the tube until the ointment begins to come out.

● Tilt the head of your companion animal up a little and pull the lower lid of its eye downwards to form a pouch.

● Hold the tube vertical to the eye.

● Press the tube gently to release a small quantity of I-DEFENSE® VET on the eye. Repeat the process on the other eye.

● Apply a small quantity of ointment, preferably at night.

● If an additional daily dose is required, apply a small quantity of ointment every three or four hours or according to your veterinarian’s instructions.

● Please take care that the tube tip does not touch anything, including the eye or your fingers.

● Close the cap properly and tightly after use.

Composition

I-DEFENSE® VET tube contains 5 g of sterile, isotonic ophthalmic ointment whose formulation consists of sodium hyaluronate, sodium chloride, vaseline oil, vaseline, monobasic potassium phosphate, potassium sorbate, disodium phosphate, lanolin alcohol, water and sodium hydroxymethylglycinate.

WARNINGS

● Do not use I-DEFENSE® VET in case of known hypersensitivity or allergy to any of the components.

● In case of ocular irritation, stop using I-DEFENSE® VET ointment and consult your veterinarian for advice.

● After application, your companion animal may experience a foreign body sensation which passes after several blinks.

● Do not use I-DEFENSE® VET if the package is damaged.

● Do not use I-DEFENSE® VET after expiry date.

● For use within 8 weeks of opening.

● Store away from direct heat, in a cool, dry place at a temperature ranging from 9°C to 25°C (48°F to 77° F).

● Do not ingest.

● Do not use I-DEFENSE® VET on more than one companion animal.

● If you are using any other eye drops or ointments, leave about fifteen minutes between each application. It is recommended that you use I-DEFENSE® VET last.

● Do not use I-DEFENSE® VET in case of ocular lesions or active infection.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

NOT FOR USE IN HUMANS.

HOW IT’S SUPPLIED

I-DEFENSE® VET is supplied in a tube with a fill of 5 g (0.18 oz). Contents are isotonic and sterile.

STORE BETWEEN 9°C-25°C (48°F-77°F).

FOR USE WITHIN 8 WEEKS OF OPENING.

DO NOT USE BEYOND EXPIRY DATE.

I-DEFENSE® VET is a registered trademark of I-MED Pharma Inc.

©2019 I-MED Pharma Inc.

Manufactured in Italy for: I-MED ANIMAL HEALTH, 1601 St-Regis Blvd., Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC, Canada H9B 3H7

T (514) 685-8118

info@imedanimalhealth.com

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CPN: 1451010.0

I-MED PHARMA INC.
I-MED Animal Health

1601 ST. REGIS BLVD., DOLLARD-DES-ORMEAUX, QC, H9B 3H7
Telephone:   514-685-8118
Toll-Free:   800-463-1008
Fax:   514-685-8998
Website:   www.imedanimalhealth.com
Email:   info@imedanimalhealth.com
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