NITRO OINTMENT 400 G Horse Supply treatment of bacterial infections

NITRO OINTMENT 400 G Horse Supply treatment of bacterial infections

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Nitro Ointment is used for the local treatment and prevention of bacterial infections of wounds, burns, coetaneous ulcers, and cracked heels in horses. It can also also be used for the treatment of pyodermas in horses.

Nitro Ointment (Canada)

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Nitro Ointment

This treatment applies to the following species:

  • Horses
Manufacturer: Dominion

Nitrofurazone ointment

For Veterinary Use Only

DIN 00334308

Nitro Ointment Indications

As an aid in the treatment of topical bacterial infections associated with some bacteria susceptible to nitrofurazone in horses.

Directions For Use

Clean area with soap and water. Dry thoroughly. Apply ointment directly to affected area, or first place on a piece of gauze directly in contact with the affected area or use a bandage. Keep ointment in contact with the lesion for 12-24 hours. For a wet dressing, dilute with 2-3 parts of sterile water or saline, and apply several times daily.

Active Ingredient

Each gram contains 2 mg of nitrofurazone in a water soluble polyglycol base.

Nitro Ointment Caution

For deep wounds or body cavities, use only as directed by a veterinarian. If redness, irritation or swelling persists, consult a veterinarian.


Federal law prohibits the administration of this preparation to animals that produce food or that are intended for consumption as food.

Keep out of reach of children.

Store between 15-30°C.


DOMINION VETERINARY LABORATORIES LTD., 1199 Sanford St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 3A1



Telephone:   204-589-7361

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