MalAcetic Ultra Otic CleanserThis page contains information on MalAcetic Ultra Otic Cleanser for veterinary use.
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MalAcetic Ultra Otic CleanserThis treatment applies to the following species:
Formulated for dogs, cats and horses
Cleansing, drying, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antifungal
For ear cleaning and use as a drying agent in dogs, cats and horses with inflamed and infected ears due to bacteria and/or fungi (yeast). Ceramides aid in moisturizing, repairing, and restoring dry, damaged skin.
2% boric acid, 1% acetic acid, 1% hydrocortisone, 0.15% ketoconazole, ceramides
Also contains: propylene glycol, glycerin, polysorbate, fragrance
Directions For Use
SHAKE WELL. Apply to the ear canal and gently, but firmly, massage the base of the ear. Use a cotton ball to remove excess solution. Repeat as necessary or as directed by your veterinarian. Close cap tightly.
MalAcetic Ultra Otic Cleanser Caution
For topical use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If skin irritation develops or increases, stop use and call your veterinarian. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Wash hands after use.
Store at controlled room temperature of 15 - 30° C (59 - 86° F).
Available through licensed veterinarians only.
Made in the USA.
U.S. Patent 5,480,658
Manufactured for: Dechra Veterinary Products, 7015 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS 66211
(formerly a product of DermaPet)
2 fl. oz. (59 mL), 8 fl. oz. (237 mL)
NAC No.: 14590332
7015 COLLEGE BLVD., STE. 525, OVERLAND PARK, KS, 66211
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