MiPet Fuselieve Gel for Dogs 15g
MiPet Fuselieve is a dermatological gel with antibacterial (fusidic acid) and anti-inflammatory (betamethasone) activity. It is indicated for the treatment of acute surface pyoderma in the dog.
MiPet Fuselieve is a dermatological gel with antibacterial (fusidic acid) and anti-inflammatory (betamethasone) activity.
It is indicated for the treatment of acute surface pyoderma in the dog, such as acute moist dermatitis (hot spots) and intertrigo (skin fold dermatitis), caused by Gram-positive bacteria sensitive to fusidic acid.
Available in a 15g or 30g presentation.
MiPetFuselieve is an off-white to white gel.
For Cutaneous use.
First, the hairs covering the lesions should be gently clipped. The affected area should then be thoroughly cleaned with an antiseptic wash before daily application of the gel. The amount applied should cover the affected area in a thin layer. Apply approximately 0.5 cm length of gel per 8 cm2 of lesion, twice daily, for a minimum period of 5 days. Treatment should continue for 48 hours after the lesion has resolved.
The treatment period should not exceed 7 days. If there is no response within three days, or the condition deteriorates, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated.
MiPet Fuselieve 1g contains:
Active substances: Betamethasone (as betamethasone valerate) 1 mg Fusidic acid (as fusidic acid hemihydrate) 5 mg
Excipients: Sodium methyl parahydroxybenzoate (E219) 3.1 mg Sodium propyl parahydroxybenzoate 0.337 mg
Do not use for the treatment of deep pyoderma.
Do not use in pyotraumatic furunculosis and pyotraumatic folliculitis with ‘satellite’ lesions of papules or pustules.
Do not use where fungal, viral infection or demodicosis is present.
Do not apply to the eye.
Do not use over large surface areas or for prolonged treatment.
Do not use in dogs suffering from impetigo or acne.
Do not use in dogs with unstabilised or untreated Cushing’s syndrome or diabetes mellitus.
Do not use in dogs with pancreatitis.
Do not use in dogs with gastrointestinal ulcers.
Do not use in cases of known hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any of the excipients.
Shelf life of the veterinary medicinal product as packaged for sale: 2 years.
Shelf life after first opening the container: 8 weeks.