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Malaseb Spray by DVM Pharmaceuticals

Malaseb Spray

 

The DVM Malaseb Spray was shown to accelerate resolution of Microsporum Canis' (ringworm) clinical signs, and to be an effective treatment of seborrheic dermatitis. Malaseb Spray is an ideal treatment for local or generalized areas of infection.

Malaseb Spray _ DVM Pharmaceuticals
Antibacterial And Antifungal Treatment For Dogs And Cats

Malaseb Spray is designed for use between bathings, and is a beneficial localized therapy as part of a comprehensive antiyeast, antimicrobial treatment regimen. In combination with systemic therapy, the Malaseb spray formulation can accelerate the resolution of M. Canis infections, as well as Seborrheic dermatitis. Malaseb Spray is enriched with essential fatty acids to help maintain optimal skin health, and is dye and perfume free to minimize skin irritation. Designed to be used between bathings with Malaseb Shampoo,as part of a comprehensive course of therapy.

Active Ingredients: Chlorhexidine Gluconate 2%, Miconazole Nitrate 2%
* Chlorhexadine Gluconate - Proven antimicrobial activity against
gram positive bacteria (Staphylocococcus) and gram negative bacteria
* Miconazole Nitrate - An Imadazole antifungal with potent activity against
gram positve bacteria, fungi and yeast, including Malassezia pachydermatis
and Microsporum and Trichphyton ringworm species

Manufacture Discontinue
Please note that DVM Pharmaceuticals was closed by the FDA and all of there products are unavailable.
We highly recommend Mal-A-Ket as a cost effective alternative for Malaseb products.

Directions for Use: Spray directly onto the affected area(s) 2-3 times daily, or as directed by veterinarian. Distract animal for several minutes following treatment to prevent licking.

 
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