GENTLE IODINE 1%- iodine solution
Aspen Veterinary Resources Ltd
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For animal use only.
Keep out of reach of children.
In horses, cattle, swine and sheep as a topical antiseptic for use prior to surgical procedures such as castrating and docking; for ringworm and foot rot; for application to the navel of newborn animals; and for the aid in the treatment of minor cuts, teat sores, bruises, and abrasions
Remove spray cap from 16 oz. container and refill from gallon container. Replace spray cap tightly. Hold container approxiamately 4 to 6 inches from the area to be sprayed. Pull trigger of valve and spray area once lightly. May be repeated daily, when necessary, until abraded area is healed.
If redness, irritation, or swelling persists or increases discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. Not for use on burns or in body cavities or deep wounds.
When used on or near the teats or udders of dairy animals, the teats and udders should be thoroughly washed before the next milking to prevent contamination of milk.
1% titratable Iodine
Water & Nonionic Surfactant
Harmful or fatal if swallowed. Do not apply to the eyes, mucous membranes or large areas of abraded skin. Avoi inhalation of mist.
KEEP TIGHTLY CLOSED WHEN NOT IN USE.
FOR EXTERNAL ANIMAL USE ONLY.
KEEP OUT REACH OF CHILDREN. STORE AT 10o-29oC (50o-85oF)
|GENTLE IODINE 1% iodine solution|
|Labeler — Aspen Veterinary Resources Ltd (627265361)|
|Centaur Inc||174239087||api manufacture, manufacture|
Revised: 09/2017 Aspen Veterinary Resources Ltd
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