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Momentamax Otic Suspension
Mometamax Otic Suspension allows you to treat your dog’s ear infections with three different drugs at once, simplifying treatment and providing your pet with fast relief from symptoms. This powerful ear drop is only available with a veterinarian’s prescription and only approved for use in dogs. The ear drop contains gentamicin, an antibiotic medication that is capable of killing many different types of bacteria that cause ear infections in canines. It also includes a corticosteroid drug called mometasone, which reduces inflammation and eases itching to help dogs feel more comfortable while the infection clears. Finally, the drug contains Clotrimazole, which is used to kill yeast fungus that inhabits the ear. Normally, Mometamax Otic Suspension is administered at least once per day, but you should always follow the instructions given by your vet.
MometamaxOtic Suspension, also known as Gentamicin and Momesatone with Clomitrazole is especially formulated for dogs. Specifically, it is used in the treatment of inflammation and bacterial infections in the ears of dogs. It combines the healing capabilities of antifungal agent, potent corticosteroid, and antibiotic. The antibiotic is basically the one that is responsible for killing the bacteria or halting its propagation. The antifungal agent, on the other hand, is the one that is responsible for killing or deterring the growth of yeast and fungi. Lastly, corticosteroids assume an important role in combatting inflammation.
How It Is Used
Before using MometamaxOtic Suspension, make sure to have your dog checked by a veterinarian first. Shake the bottle before application. Make sure as well that you have already thoroughly cleaned the external ear canal and that it is dry. Place four drops in the ear canal once a day if the dog is under 30 pounds. On the other hand, if it is above 30 pounds, put eight drops daily. This is done consecutively for seven days.
What to Expect
Throughout the administration of MometamaxOtic Suspension or after a period of seven days, significant improvements should be seen from your dog. The ear infection should be gone, there should be no more swelling, and your dog must feel more comfortable than before. After one week, all organisms leading into infection must have been killed. If symptoms continue to be evident, do not have it administered beyond seven days. Instead, consult with a veterinarian.
Adverse Side Effects
The wrong administration of MometamaxOtic Suspension, as well as incorrect dosage and previous health conditions of your dog, can have an impact on its effectiveness and can lead into adverse side effects. Animals that are hypersensitive or allergic to any of the ingredients should not be given this otic suspension. Loss of hearing and balance are some of the most common side effects. Increased appetite, weight gain, producing more urine, and vomiting can also be evident.
Things to Remember
One of the first things that should be kept in mind is that it is approved for use only in dogs. Never have it administered in the ears of cats or any other pets as this can lead into adverse reactions.
Always follow the instructions of the veterinarian, especially with regards to the duration of the use of MometamaxOtic Suspension. Even if the dog already gets better, make sure to continue its usage as prescribed.
When applying MometamaxOtic Suspension, avoid having it reach the mouth, nose, and eyes of your dog.