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T8 Solution - Ear RinseThis treatment applies to the following species:
T8 Solution is an alkaline (pH 8.5), water-based formulation with mild surfactants for gentle ear cleansing and flushing. Used for cleansing ears before additional medicated therapies and for long-term ear health.
IngredientsPurified water USP, benzyl alcohol, nonoxynol 12, PPG-12/PEG-50 lanolin, tromethamine base, tromethamine HCl and tetrasodium edetate.
DirectionsShake well before use. Apply T8 Solution liberally into ear canal. Gently massage base of ear to help break up and remove accumulated internal wax or crust. Use cotton or absorbent material to clean excess solution and debris. Apply twice daily or as directed by your veterinarian.
StorageStore at room temperature. Keep from freezing.
T8 Solution - Ear Rinse CautionsFor topical use on dogs and cats. Avoid contact with eyes. If eye contact occurs or skin irritation develops, rinse thoroughly with water, discontinue treatment and consult your veterinarian. Available through licensed veterinarians only. Keep out of reach of children.
Presentation118 mL and 355 mL.
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