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Lotagen

Lotagen

Composition Condensation product of metacresolsulfonic acid and formaldehyde 36% w/v.
Description. A reddish brown highly acidic (pH 0.6) liquid soluble in water. A 4% solution has a pH of 1.62.
Actions Lotagen selectively singles out diseased tissue without affecting healthy tissue. Pathologically changed and necrotic tissues, secretions and mucus are coagulated, thereby aiding and accelerating the healing processes of demarcation and regeneration. Lotagen has an astringent action on healthy mucous membrane but does not affect viability. Lotagen increases uterine tone during the puerperal period, and with its coagulating properties, assists in eliminating retained foetal membranes. Similarly, the product produces vasoconstriction and, through this, cessation of capillary oozing. Granulation and epithelialisation are promoted. The bactericidal and fungicidal properties are appropriate for the treatment of wounds and of infertility resulting from endometritis.
Wound healing is promoted by Lotagen; the astringent action constricts wounds, healthy tissue growth is promoted through reactive hyperaemia, together with epithelialisation (new tissue growth) of the wound. Granular hyperplasia (proud flesh) is prevented during wound healing.
Use for aid in healing of the following: wounds, ulcers, abscesses, eczema, furunculosis, otitis externa, navel infection; bleeding and oozing of wounds, castration, mulesing, marking, dehorning, navel bleeding, during and after surgery; foot abscesses, canker, greasy heel; acute and chronic endometritis; retained fetal membranes, uterine prolapse, conception problems due to uterine infections.
Warnings The solution will stain textiles and leather.
Precautions
Safety directions. Avoid contact with the skin and eyes. Wash hands after use.
First aid. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Give a glass of water. If product on skin, immediately wash area with soap and water. If product in eyes, wash it out immediately with water.
Withholding Periods Meat. 28 days.
Directions for use Wounds. Use in combination with other Lotagen products as appropriate.
Wounds (new or old), surgical wounds, abscesses, eczema, furunculosis, hoof wounds. Paint or spray with Lotagen Concentrate daily or irrigate with a 10 to 20% dilution daily and continue treatment with Lotagen Gel under bandage daily where necessary.
Haemorrhage, wound bleeding/oozing. Apply Lotagen Concentrate or irrigate with a 20% dilution.
Prevention of 'proud flesh'. Paint or spray with concentrate daily or apply Lotagen Gel under pressure bandage.
Hoof treatment. Paint or spray with concentrate two to three times after surgical cleaning.
Puerperal disorders. (Retained foetal membranes, uterine prolapse; to coagulate the placenta, stimulate uterine tone, reduce haemorrhage.) 1 to 2 L of solution according to the state of involution. Repeat as necessary.
Endometritis. (In cows/sows/mares as a bactericide and to stimulate uterine tone.) Intrauterine instillation prior to insemination or service (the pH of the uterus returns to normal within 24 hours) or after insemination or service (allowing sufficient time for sperm to reach the oviducts). 1 treatment is usually sufficient.
Mares. 200 to 400 mL of 1 to 2% solution. Sows. 50 to 150 mL of 2% solution. Cows. 100 to 200 mL of 4% solution.
Lotagen is stable indefinitely in aqueous solution but should not be used after the expiry date. Antibiotics and sulfonamides may be used concurrently.

  USD92.68
COD: #0037-0018
Categories:  Disinfectants

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Composition Condensation product of metacresolsulfonic acid and formaldehyde 36% w/v.
Description. A reddish brown highly acidic (pH 0.6) liquid soluble in water. A 4% solution has a pH of 1.62.
Actions Lotagen selectively singles out diseased tissue without affecting healthy tissue. Pathologically changed and necrotic tissues, secretions and mucus are coagulated, thereby aiding and accelerating the healing processes of demarcation and regeneration. Lotagen has an astringent action on healthy mucous membrane but does not affect viability. Lotagen increases uterine tone during the puerperal period, and with its coagulating properties, assists in eliminating retained foetal membranes. Similarly, the product produces vasoconstriction and, through this, cessation of capillary oozing. Granulation and epithelialisation are promoted. The bactericidal and fungicidal properties are appropriate for the treatment of wounds and of infertility resulting from endometritis.
Wound healing is promoted by Lotagen; the astringent action constricts wounds, healthy tissue growth is promoted through reactive hyperaemia, together with epithelialisation (new tissue growth) of the wound. Granular hyperplasia (proud flesh) is prevented during wound healing.
Use for aid in healing of the following: wounds, ulcers, abscesses, eczema, furunculosis, otitis externa, navel infection; bleeding and oozing of wounds, castration, mulesing, marking, dehorning, navel bleeding, during and after surgery; foot abscesses, canker, greasy heel; acute and chronic endometritis; retained fetal membranes, uterine prolapse, conception problems due to uterine infections.
Warnings The solution will stain textiles and leather.
Precautions
Safety directions. Avoid contact with the skin and eyes. Wash hands after use.
First aid. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Give a glass of water. If product on skin, immediately wash area with soap and water. If product in eyes, wash it out immediately with water.
Withholding Periods Meat. 28 days.
Directions for use Wounds. Use in combination with other Lotagen products as appropriate.
Wounds (new or old), surgical wounds, abscesses, eczema, furunculosis, hoof wounds. Paint or spray with Lotagen Concentrate daily or irrigate with a 10 to 20% dilution daily and continue treatment with Lotagen Gel under bandage daily where necessary.
Haemorrhage, wound bleeding/oozing. Apply Lotagen Concentrate or irrigate with a 20% dilution.
Prevention of 'proud flesh'. Paint or spray with concentrate daily or apply Lotagen Gel under pressure bandage.
Hoof treatment. Paint or spray with concentrate two to three times after surgical cleaning.
Puerperal disorders. (Retained foetal membranes, uterine prolapse; to coagulate the placenta, stimulate uterine tone, reduce haemorrhage.) 1 to 2 L of solution according to the state of involution. Repeat as necessary.
Endometritis. (In cows/sows/mares as a bactericide and to stimulate uterine tone.) Intrauterine instillation prior to insemination or service (the pH of the uterus returns to normal within 24 hours) or after insemination or service (allowing sufficient time for sperm to reach the oviducts). 1 treatment is usually sufficient.
Mares. 200 to 400 mL of 1 to 2% solution. Sows. 50 to 150 mL of 2% solution. Cows. 100 to 200 mL of 4% solution.
Lotagen is stable indefinitely in aqueous solution but should not be used after the expiry date. Antibiotics and sulfonamides may be used concurrently.

Antiseptic - Astringent - Hemostatic.
No
100
No
Si
Argentine