GentaSpray Topical Spray

GentaSpray

Gentamicin, Betamethasone, Methylparaben

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GentaSpray is a topical spray containing the active ingredients gentamicin sulfate (an antibiotic) and betamethasone valerate (an anti-inflammatory). It can be used to treat hot spots, superficial lesions and infections in dogs caused by bacteria susceptible to gentamicin. It will also reduce the associated inflammation and itching.

Brand Name : GentaSpray
Active Ingredients : Gentamicin, Betamethasone, Methylparaben
Manufacturer : Henry Schein Animal Health
Country of Origin : United States
Intended Patient : Dogs
GentaSpray Topical Spray (Gentamicin Sulfate/Betamethasone Valerate/Isopropyl Alcohol/Propylene Glycol/Methylparaben/Propylparaben/Purified Water) - 0.57mg/0.284mg/163mg (120mL) GentaSpray Topical Spray
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Description


Uses

GentaSpray is a topical spray containing the active ingredients gentamicin sulfate (an antibiotic) and betamethasone valerate (an anti-inflammatory). It can be used to treat hot spots, superficial lesions and infections in dogs caused by bacteria susceptible to gentamicin. It will also reduce the associated inflammation and itching.

Dosage and Administration

GentaSpray is usually used two to four times a day for a period of seven days.

To apply, first remove any excess hair from the infected area and spray twice from 3 to 6 inches away from the lesion.

Side effects

GentaSpray is very well tolerated. Systemic use of Corticosteroids can cause some side effects in dogs such as SAP and SGPT enzyme elevations, weight loss, anorexia, polydipsia and polyuria. Sometimes vomiting and diarrhea (occasionally bloody) can occur. Cushing`s syndrome has been reported after prolonged or repeated steroid therapy in some dogs.

Precautions

Before treating with GentaSpray, make sure the infection is caused by a bacteria susceptible to gentamycin.

Do not use for longer than 7 days unless advised by your vet. If treatment exceeds 7 days, monitor the pet closely as wound healing can be delayed.

This is a topical medication. Do not apply orally as this can cause adrenocorticoid overdosage.

Check that your dog is not pregnant before use. Corticosteroid use during pregnancy can cause brith defects.

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