MilbeMite OTIC Solution (0.1%milbemycin oxime), .25 ml per tube, 2 count
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MilbeMite OTIC Solution (0.1%milbemycin oxime) provides fast, safe, clean treatment of ear mites. MilbeMite OTIC Solution is indicated for treatment of ear mite (Otodectes cynotis) infections in cats and kittens for four weeks or age and older. Effectiveness is maintained throughout the life cycle of the ear mite.
Milbemycin is tough on ear mites:
- Strong, but gentle
- Kills 99% of ear mites after a single application
- Remains effective throughout the entire mite life cycle
- Low dosage volume
Ear mites are transmitted from cat to cat or dog to cat via close contact.
Common symptoms include:
- Ear scratching
- Head shaking
- Redness and inflammation of the ear
- A dark buildup that resembles coffee grounds in the ear canal
- To learn more about ear mites and MilbeMite, consult your veterinarian
The safe use of MilbeMite OTIC Solution in cats used for breeding purposes, during pregnancy, or in lactating queens, has not been evaluated. Not for human use. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children.
Dosage: MILBEMITE OTIC Solution should be administered topically into the external ear canal as the entire contents of a single-dose tube per ear. The volume delivered will be approximately 0.2 mL, with 0.05 mL residual volume remaining in dispensing tube. Repeat the treatment one time if necessary, based upon the ear mite life cycle and the response to treatment.
Administration: MILBEMITE OTIC Solution should be administered as one tube per ear as a single treatment. Each foil pouch contains two tubes of solution, one for each ear. Open the tube by pressing cap down firmly to break seal. Remove cap and check to be sure tip of tube is open. Squeeze the tube to administer the contents of one tube into each external ear canal. Massage the base of the ear for optimal distribution. In clinical field trials, ears were not cleaned and many animals still had debris in their ears at the end of the study. Cleaning of the external ear canal prior to treatment may be performed, but is not necessary to provide effectiveness.