What is otic drops for
Otic drops are used for outer ear infections. ChaCha [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-otic-drops-for ]
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- What are a/b otic drops?
- A/B Otic (antipyrine-benzocaine otic) Antipyrine is a pain reliever…
- What are AB Otic Drops for?
- A/b Otic contains benzocaine, a topical anesthetic which numbs the skin, and antipyrine, a pain reliever. It is used to relieve pain and discomfort of certain ear problems.
- How to use Americaine Otic Drops:
- Use Americaine Otic Drops as directed by your doctor. Check the label on the medicine for exact dosing instructions. For topical use in the ear canal only. Do not get Americaine Otic Drops in the eyes, nose, or mouth. If you get Americaine …
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- I accidently squirted my dog’s ear treatment drops (Tri-Otic) into her eyes. She is a female pug, 6 years old.
- Q: I know it sounds stupid, but the bottle looked very similar to her eye drops. Anyway, she doesn’t appear to be in any pain, and the Tri-Otic is appearing to goo its way out of her eye. I couldn’t find anything online that said Tri-Otic is dangerous. Should I be panicking? Thanks!
- A: You shouldn’t be panicking, you should be rinsing her eye out with water.I don’t believe it contains alcohol. It contains an antibiotic, a steroid and an antifungal.
- Is it OK to give human ear drops for pain to a dog?
- Q: My dog has an ear infection and we can’t get him to the vet until tomorrow. Is it OK to give him human ear drops for pain?They are called “A/B Otic Drops”. Active ingredients per mL: Antipyrine 54mg, Benzocaine 14mg, Glycerin qs to 1mL, Hydroxyquinoline Sulfate.Thanks!
- A: I wouldn’t until you call the vet and ask.
- Has anyone here ever used Baytril Otic Ear Drops in their dogs ears, to treat an Ear Infection?
- Q: I asked this question 2 days ago! http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=ApN7FMaNVdwiIlCenbjo_Njsy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20090627060847AAcBI1xI was supposed to take Daisy to the vet on Saturday, but the vet called me and told me, that he had a Family Emergency, he would not be able to see her that day and to bring her in on Monday instead, which I did. This is a recent picture of Daisy!http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3597793197/I just got back from taking Daisy to the vet, for the recurring ear infection. The vet took a Ear Culture, but he said it would take 4 days to get the results back from the lab he sent it to. He cleaned out Daisy’s ears and put some medication in them, in the office. He gave me some Baytril Otic Ear Drops and told me to put that in her ears twice a day, but not start doing it until tomorrow morning (Tuesday). He said to use the Baytril, until he gets the results back from the lab and when he does and he knows what the situation is with Daisy’s ears, that we will take it from there. He also gave me some Metacam to give her if she needed it for pain. Because she’s only 4.2 pounds, he said to put just 2 drops in her food (No more than that because of her size) once a day and it would last all day long! Is anyone here, familiar with the medication called Baytril Otic Ear Drops? Daisy had an Ear Infection two months ago that she was treated for, for 2 weeks by the same vet. It cleared up and came back, even with me cleaning her ears, with Virbac Epi Otic Ear Cleaner once a week, like I was advised to do by the vet, the first time I took Daisy in. If you have used this Antibiotic called Baytril, can you please tell me if it helped clear up the Infection and how long it took before your dog started getting any relief? Thanks! Please STAR, so my contacts can also see this and answer!
- A: Yes I know all about it. It is good and can take several days before you see any change. You want to use something until the results come in saying if it is a bacterial, yeast, or some other kind of infection. This is an all around ear treatment medication. He will probably change it once he gets the results back. Some dogs will have problems with their ears there whole life. Mine did.