by Vetericyn, Inc.
Item #: MD-17334
Ship Weight: 1.0009 lb
6 in stock
This is an over the counter product - it does not require prescription.
VETERICYN™ HOT SPOT SPRAY
Viruses - Fungi - Spores - Bacteria
Clean - Treat - Heal
FDA-Cleared Formula With Revolutionary MICROCYN® TECHNOLOGY
Use to treat hot spots. This steroid-free, antibiotic-free, no-rinse solution is non-toxic and speeds healing. Made with Microcyn® Technology, Vetericyn™ Hot Spot Spray utilizes the same FDA-cleared formula that has been used to treat over one million humans worldwide without a single serious adverse effect. This revolutionary antimicrobial treatment kills antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria as well as fungi, viruses and spores. An oxychlorine compound similar to that produced by the animal’s immune system, Vetericyn is non-toxic and won’t harm healthy tissue. Being pH neutral, it should not sting when applied.
Tests free for competitive animals.
Indications: Indicated for the management of hot spots. Safe for use around eyes, mouth and nose.
Directions for use: Move excess hair from wound area. Clip if necessary. Adjust spray nozzle. Apply Vetericyn liberally on the wound to clean, treat infections and promote healing. If dressing is required, apply Vetericyn liberally to dressing. Apply dressing to wound. Repeat as many times a day as necessary until wound is healed. No rinsing necessary. Skin may “pinken” after application due to increased blood flow to wound site which will help speed healing.
Use Precautions: Product is for use in non-food producing animals. For external use only. Discontinue use if irritation develops and contact your veterinarian. For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children.
Storage: Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight and heat. Do not freeze.
Stability: See label for expiration date.
Disposal: No special disposal requirements. Vetericyn will not harm environment and is 100% biodegradable.
Ingredients: Oxidized Water, Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl), Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl), and Sodium Chloride (NaCl).
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