Nitrofurazone Soluble DressingThis page contains information on Nitrofurazone Soluble Dressing for veterinary use.
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- Nitrofurazone Soluble Dressing Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Nitrofurazone Soluble Dressing
- Direction and dosage information for Nitrofurazone Soluble Dressing
Nitrofurazone Soluble DressingThis treatment applies to the following species:
Ingredients: 0.2% Nitrofurazone in a water soluble base.
Nitrofurazone Soluble Dressing Indications
For the prevention or treatment of surface bacterial infections of wounds, burns and cutaneous ulcers of dogs, cats and horses (not for food use).
Drug Form and Concentration: Soluble Dressing
Dosage and AdministrationApply directly on the lesion with a spatula or first place on a piece of gauze. Use of a bandage is optional. The preparation should remain on the lesion for at least 24 hours. The dressing may be changed several times daily or left on the lesion for a longer period.
Nitrofurazone Soluble Dressing Caution
In case of deep or puncture wounds or serious burns, consult veterinarian. If redness, irritation or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult veterinarian.
Avoid exposure to alkaline material and strong fluorescent lighting.
Keep away from excessive heat or direct sunlight.
WarningNot for use in horses intended for food.
Human Warnings: Carcinogenesis: Nitrofurazone has been shown to produce mammary tumors in rats and ovarian tumors in mice.
Some people may be hypersensitive to this product. Either wear gloves when applying or wash hands afterwards.
How Supplied16 oz. (454 g.)
NADA 140-881, Approved by FDA
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