Onguent Noir/Black Ointment (Canada)This page contains information on Onguent Noir/Black Ointment for veterinary use.
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- Onguent Noir/Black Ointment Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Onguent Noir/Black Ointment
- Direction and dosage information for Onguent Noir/Black Ointment
Onguent Noir/Black OintmentThis treatment applies to the following species:
Iodine and methyl salicylate ointment
FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY
WARNINGS: Do not use in horses that are to be slaughtered for use in food. Keep out of reach of children.
Onguent Noir/Black Ointment Indications
Soothing ointment with counter-irritant properties as an aid in the symptomatic relief of minor lameness, sprains and other types of muscular pain in horses. ONGUENT NOIR/BLACK OINTMENT can also be used to temporarily relieve the pain associated with veterinary treatments such as intramuscular injections.
Directions For Use
Apply twice daily, a generous quantity of ONGUENT NOIR/BLACK OINTMENT on the sore muscular area (leg or other) once cleaned and dried and rub until all stain disappears. No bandage is necessary. In the case of lameness or sprains, exercise sessions should be limited to a minimum in order to avoid any further injuries. ONGUENT NOIR/BLACK OINTMENT should be used after exercising.
Onguent Noir/Black Ointment Cautions
Do not apply near the eyes or other mucous membranes or on irritated or ulcerated skin. Stop using the product and consult a veterinarian if no improvement is seen after 7 to 10 days of treatment or if the skin becomes red or irritated.
Store between 2° and 25°C. Protect from freezing.
MAX Pharma Canada Inc., 73, rue des Montagnais, Gatineau, Québec J9J 2M9 Canada
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