Itrafungol Solution is used for the treatment of ringworms in cats. What is Itrafungol Solution? a prescription oral antifungal solution for cats. It is for the treatment of feline dermatophytosis (ringworms) caused by Microsporum canis. What are the benefits of Flurbiprofen Ophthalmic Solution (generic to Ocufen)? Easy to administer oral solution Treats feline dermatophytosis (ringworms) caused by Microsporum canis Formulated for: Cats What form(s) does Itrafungol Solution come in? Liquid Common Brand Name: Itrafungol Dose and Administration: Use according to your veterinarian's instructions. Possible Side Effects: Salivation, vomiting, diarrhea, anorexia, depression and apathy may occasionally occur. These effects are usually mild and transient. Precautions: Keep away from children and animals. Wash hands after use. When administering this product to kittens, be careful not to exceed the recommended dose. Cats in general poor condition and/or suffering from another disease and/or which are immunocompromised should be monitored closely during treatment. Liver enzyme concentrations should be monitored. If clinical signs suggestive of liver dysfunction develop, treatment should be discontinued immediately. Cats suffering from heart disease should be carefully monitored during treatment. Do not administer to cats with hypersensitivity to itraconazole or one of the other ingredients. Do not administer to cats with impaired liver or kidney function. Do not use in pregnant or lactating queens. Storage: Do not store above 25* C / 77* F. Discard 5 weeks after opening. Avoid contamination of the solution. A prescription from your veterinarian is required to Itrafungol Solution. Size: 10mg/mL 52 mL.
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