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Otoflush Ear Cleaner 125ml

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$26.50

Description

  • Cleans the ear canal of wax and exudates in dogs
  • A non-sting neutral buffered ear solution
  • Safe to use when your dog has a ruptured ear drum (can occur with chronic ear infections) 
  • Designed to help treat infections of the outer and middle ear - improves the penetration of prescribed ear medications.
  • Helps to reduce microbial (bacterial and yeast) numbers
  • Increases the susceptibility of bacteria to commonly used antibiotics.
  • Can be used for ear maintenance once per week
  • Helps to keep bacterial and yeast populations under control in the ear
  • Flushes out ear debris.

Note

  • Registered for use in dogs only

Directions for use

For routine ear cleaning

  • Remove the cap of the flush nozzle.
  • Insert the nozzle just into the ear canal opening and squeeze to fill the ear canal (approx 0.5mL for small breeds or 1.5mL for larger breeds)
  • Gently massage the ear then allow the dog to shake its head to remove debris and excess liquid from the ear.
  • Repeat this process until the liquid coming out of the ear is clean.
  • Wipe off any debris and excess liquid from the ear and ear opening.
  • Remove any adherent ear exudate from the flush nozzle before replacing the cap.
  • Repeat this procedure once weekly only.

For use in conjunction with an antibiotic ear treatment

  • Remove the cap of the flush nozzle.
  • Insert the nozzle just into the ear canal opening and squeeze to fill the ear canal (approx 0.5mL for small breeds or 1.5mL for larger breeds)
  • Gently massage the ear then allow the dog to shake its head to remove debris and excess liquid from the ear.
  • Repeat this process until the liquid coming out of the ear is clean.
  • Wipe off any debris and excess liquid from the ear and ear opening.
  • Remove any adherent ear exudate from the flush nozzle before replacing the cap.
  • Repeat the procedure twice daily for a maximum of one week or as directed by a veterinary surgeon.
  • Ears should be flushed and excess flush removed prior to antibiotic use.
  • Extended daily usage can result in tissue overhydration and may retard healing of the tympanic membrane.
  • Prolonged treatment should be monitored by a veterinarian.

Actives

  • Disodium edetate (also known as Tris EDTA)
  • Poly(hexamethylene) biguanidine hydrochloride (also known as PHMB)
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