Orbenin Ophthalmic Eye Ointment is effective against a variety of bacteria (including Moraxella spp.) Often isolated from the eyes of cattle, sheep, horses, dogs, and cats. It is bactericidal in action and its composition facilitates the maintenance of effective levels of cloxacillin after a single application. It is intended for the treatment of eye infections in cattle, sheep, horses, dogs, and cats where susceptible organisms (including Moraxella spp.) Are suspected to be pathogens. A special indication is, therefore, the treatment of New Forest Disease in cattle.
Turn the lower eyelid generously and apply the ointments generously to the lower conjunctival sac (eg Approximately ¼ to oko eye tubes for cattle and horses, oko eye tubes for sheep and 1/10 eye tubes for dogs and cats). Usually, only one application is required for the treatment of a new forest disease in cattle and infectious ophthalmia in sheep; however, the treatment can be repeated at intervals of 48 hours for cattle and 72 hours for sheep, if necessary. The treatment must be repeated at 24-hour intervals in dogs, cats, and horses. If the animal has only one infected eye, it may be appropriate to treat both eyes to prevent cross-infection. In such cases, it is preferable to first treat the uninfected eye to prevent transmission of the infection through a tube nozzle.
Ophthalmic eye ointment Orbenin is effective against a variety of bacteria isolated from the eyes of cattle, sheep, horses, dogs, and cats. It is bactericidal in action and its composition facilitates the persistence of effective levels after a single application. If symptoms such as a skin rash appear after exposure, seek medical attention and show the doctor this warning. Swelling of the face, lips or eyes, or breathing problems are more serious symptoms and require immediate medical attention. Handle this product with great care to avoid exposure and follow all recommended precautions. Do not use this product if you know you are hypersensitive or if you have been advised not to work with such products. Penicillins and cephalosporins can cause hypersensitivity (allergy) after injection, inhalation, ingestion or skin contact. Hypersensitivity to penicillins can lead to cross-reactions with cephalosporins and vice versa. Allergic reactions to these substances can sometimes be serious.