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Vetericyn Animal Ophthalmic GelThis page contains information on Vetericyn Animal Ophthalmic Gel for veterinary use.
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Vetericyn Animal Ophthalmic GelThis treatment applies to the following species:
Clean - Treat - Heal
Formula Based on FDA-Cleared Microcyn® Technology
WITH REVOLUTIONARY MICROCYN® TECHNOLOGY
Kills Bacteria in 30 Seconds!
Use to treat irritated eyes and provide relief from burning, stinging, itching, pollutants and other foreign materials. This steroid-free & antibiotic-free gel is non-toxic and non-sensitizing.
ADMINISTRATION: Vetericyn Ophthalmic Gel should be administered topically to the animal’s eye 2-4 times daily.
StorageStore with cap tightly closed at room temperature. DO NOT FREEZE.
WarningFor use in animal eye only. Not for human use. Not for injection or internal use.
HANDLING: No special handling precautions required. Biodegradable and environmentally safe solution. No special disposal.
INGREDIENTS: Electrolyzed Water (96.524%), Sodium Magnesium Fluorosilicate (3.000%), Sodium Phosphate (0.400%), Sodium Chloride (0.066%), Hypochlorous Acid (0.008%), and Sodium Hypochlorite (0.002%).
Manufactured by Oculus Innovative Sciences, Inc., Bottled by Innovacyn, Inc., 3546 N. Riverside Ave, Rialto, CA 92377
Made in the USA.
vetericyn.com - 866.318.3116
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3546 N. RIVERSIDE AVE., RIALTO, CA, 92377
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