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Cetrigen: Quick Reference Guide

Species: Cattle, Dogs, Horses, Sheep

Ranges: Wound & Injury

Cetrigen

INDICATIONS

  • Formulated to treat cuts, scrapes and superficial wounds.
  • Registered for use on all animals making it a versatile treatment option.
  • Ideal as a first line defence for emergency medicine or as a maintenance product to protect wounds during healing

COMPOSITION

Aerosol Cetrimide 1mg/g, Di-N-propyl
isocinchomeronate 30mg/g,
Diethyltoluamide 40mg/g
Trigger Spray Cetrimide 1mg/g, Di-N-propyl
isocinchomeronate 20mg/g,
Diethyltoluamide 40mg/g

 

PRECAUTION

If symptoms persists the advice of a veterinarian should be sought. Do not spray near eyes or onto sensitive areas around the mouth. Should any skin irritation occur, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.

DIRECTIONS OF USE

Where practicable the wound area should be cleansed and any dirt and debris removed. Hold spray container nozzle approximately 10cm from wound site and apply a light layer directly onto the wound, wiping away any excess run-off spray. Treatment should be continued until the wound has thoroughly healed.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD

  • TRIGGER SPRAY:
    Meat: Do not use less than 28 days before slaughter for human consumption.

  • AEROSOL:
    Meat: Do Not use less than 28 days before slaughter for human consumption.
    Milk: Do not use on female cattle or sheep which are producing, or may in the future produce, milk for human consumption.
    Eggs: Do not use on laying birds where eggs or egg products are to be used for human consumption.

PRESENTATION

100g aerosol can and 500mL trigger spray bottle.

STORAGE

Store below 30ºC (room temperature).

 

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