Conofite Topical Suspension 20ml
Topical suspension for otitis and dermatitis in dogs and cats.
Topical Suspension Conofite It is indicated for the treatment of external otitis and dermatitis in dogs and cats, caused by fungi, yeasts, Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria that are sensitive, negative and also otitis caused by sensitive mites, namely:
Fungi and yeasts: Microsporum spp .; Trichophyton spp .; Candida spp .; Malassezia pachydermatis (Pityrosporum pachydermatitis).
Gram-positive bacteria: Staphylococcus spp .; Streptococcus spp.
Gram-negative bacteria: Pseudomonas spp .; Escherichia coli.
Mites: Octodectes cynotis (In the case of external otitis due to mites (Otodectes cynotis) the effect of this medicine is due to a physical action of the excipient and not to the activity of its active ingredients.
The veterinary medicine also has anti-inflammatory and antipruritic activities.
Active substance (s):
Each ml contains:
Miconazole (nitrate) 23 mg
Prednisolone (in acetate form) 5 mg
Polymyxin B (in the form of sulfate) 5500 IU
Target species (s): Dogs and cats.
Posology and route of administration:
Topical application to the ears or skin.
Before using the medicine, shake the bottle well and warm it up to body temperature. Otitis externa: Carefully and dryly clean the external ear canal with appropriate tweezers and cotton. Apply 3 to 5 drops of the veterinary medicine. Carry out a light massage at the base of the ear in order to obtain a good distribution of the medicine. Treat twice a day for 7 to 14 days. Dermatitis: It is advisable to previously clean and cut the hair of the affected area and surrounding areas. Apply a few drops of the veterinary medicine on the lesions twice a day, for 7 to 14 days, spreading over the entire area of the place to be treated. The amount will depend on the extent of the injury. In both external otitis and dermatitis, treatment should continue without interruption, until complete remission of symptoms. The treatment should have an average duration of 7 to 14 days, exceptionally prolonged up to 1 month, in the most difficult cases. In mite infestations, both ears must be treated for 14 days even if the infestation is apparent in only one ear. The treatment of other animals in contact that do not present clinical symptoms should be considered on a case-by-case basis.
As it is a veterinary medicine subject to medical prescription, we request that it be sent to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org