- BrandВетеринарные препараты
- Country of manufactureRussia
Monochloride Iodine - e belongs to the antiseptics group, it has a broad spectrum of antimicrobial action against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, including Mycobacterium tuberculosis, as well as viruses and fungi. It is also active against spores of anaerobic bacteria, coccidia oocysts, eggs of some helminths.
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1. Dosage form: solution for external application. Monochloride Iodine contains Monochloride Iodine-3% and hydrochloric acid - 30% as the active ingredients, and up to 100% of water as the auxiliary ingredient. Externally, it is a clear orange-yellow liquid with a pungent hydrochloric acid odor; smokes in the air. In water and alcohols, it is mixed in all proportions
1.2. Monochloride Iodine is produced packaged in glass bottles, vials or plastic bottles, vials, canisters
1.3. Йод однохлористый выпускают в форме раствора расфасованного по 0,1; 0,2; 0,25; 0,3; 0,35; 0,4; 0,5; 0,7; 0,8; 1,0; 1,5; 2,0; 2,5; 3,0; 3,5; 5,0; 10,0; 20,0 и 50,0 кг. в стеклянные или в полиэтиленовые бутылки, флаконы, полиэтиленовые канистры.
2. PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
2.1. Monochloride Iodine belongs to the antiseptics group, it has a broad spectrum of antimicrobial action against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, including Mycobacterium tuberculosis, as well as viruses and fungi. It is also active against spores of anaerobic bacteria, coccidia oocysts, eggs of some helminths.
2.2. By degree of exposure, Monochloride Iodine belongs to highly hazardous substances (hazard class 2 according to All-Union State Standard 12.1.007-76). Vapors of a concentrated (undiluted) agent cause severe irritation of the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract, conjunctivitis, cornea clouding. In case of a prolonged exposure to the skin, Monochloride Iodine causes burns and ulcerations
3. USAGE PROCEDURE
3.1. Monochloride Iodine is used for:
- treatment of animals infected with ringworm;
- antiseptic udder treatment;
- preventive and forced disinfection of surfaces of animal-breeding, including poultrybreeding premises and the production equipment, auxiliary animal-breeding objects and animal care equipment, cold storage rooms, wormeries, processing of egg shells and for aerosol air processing of animal-breeding, including poultry-breeding premises, in the absence of animals and birds.
3.2. For the treatment of animals suffering from ringworm, the affected skin is treated with a 10% aqueous solution of Monochloride Iodine or a 10% solution of the drug preparation on the triethyleneglycol, well penetrating into the affected rough skin due to the oily consistency.
3.3. Monochloride Iodine is applied to the affected skin in small portions with a brush or a cottongauze, carefully rubbed into the skin in the affected spots and around them. In recent cases, 1-2- time treatment every 20-30 minutes is enough. In advanced cases, in the presence of solid crusts, the treatment is performed 3-5 times per day for 3 days. This solution is rubbed with special care to ensure its penetration into the thick crusts, under the crust and in the hair follicles.