Iodinol is a complex antimicrobial drug intended for:
- for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases of bacterial etiology in animals and birds (including simple and toxic dyspepsia of prenursery pigs, calves, chickens, balantidiosis of pigs, paratyphis of pigs, pullorosis, coccidiosis, dictyocaulosis of calves and lambs).
- for the treatment of infected injuries and diseases of the skin and mucous membranes (including stomatitis, otitis, endometritis, vaginitis, cervicitis), in cases of pyoderma.
- for prophylaxis (including quarantine) and treatment of bronchopneumonia of calves, piglets.
- has a broad antimicrobial spectrum of effects in relation to the gram-positive and gram-negative microflora
- has a pronounced antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect
- improves metabolism
Mode of application
For the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases of animals, it is used 2 times a day for 7-10 days in doses:
1,5 ml per 1 kg of body weight.
2 ml per 1 kg of body weight
With the preventive purpose in cases of dyspepsia, it is applied in the same dosages, but once a day.
The calculated individual dose of Iodinol is made in dilution with boiled water or normal saline right before the use in a ratio of 1: 2-1: 5.
For the treatment of uterus diseases, the drug is injected into the uterus cavity at 75-100 ml 3-4 times a day in pure form or in dilutions 1: 1 with saline solution.
In surgical practice it is used in pure form