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  • This is to certify that I have used FIPROFORT – PLUS SPOT ON on various dogs against ticks and fleas. I have found the Spot- On very useful in routine practice.
    Different size depending on body weight of pet dogs and technology with each application is very good.
    The product can be safely advised for treatment/eradication of ticks and fleas in dogs.
    Dr. Udaya ravi Bhat M. S., Bangalore
    B.V.Sc.
  • STAPHBAN- Agood replacement to the human equivalent. Excellent results in stubborn ulcerated wounds and deep seated non- healing wounds. VISIOCARE- Good results seen in cases of KCS

    Dr. Priyadarshani Govind, Chennai
    M.V.Sc (Surgery)
  • Your product STAPHBAN, I haveused regularly against pyoderma, cut wounds and post operative cases and I got very good results.

    Dr. Biwa Kumar Saha, Kolkata
    B.V.Sc
  • I am very much satisfied by using CARODYL 25 in canine practice for pain reliever.

    Dr. Dilip Kumar Das, Kolkata, M.V.Sc
  • "It is my plesure to inform you about feedback for your products Fiprofortplus spot on for ectoparasite control. 

    I am pretty happy and convinced with the result and availability. 

    Kudos to your sales team!"

    Thanks and Regards, 
    Dr. Makrand Chavan B.V.Sc. & AH. MVSc 
  • "  I personally used FIPROFORT spray and FIPROFORT PLUS  spot on on number of dogs and within weeks’ time I found all cases are free of ticks, fleas and even flea eggs. The result of FIPROFORT plus are excellent and satisfactory, it’s been highly prescribed by me in my day to day practice. "
    - Dr. Bapat
  • " This is to certify that Fiprofort “Spot On” has been used by me at my clinic. I find this effective with no adverse reactions. "
    - Dr. S.V.Sujatha
  •  "This is nice to share the feelings regarding the treatment results of tick menace of pets by using Fiprofort Plus, the combination of Fipronil and S-Methoprene. It is working excellent and the feedback from elite pet owner is very Satisfactory. "

    Dr. A. Ravi Kumar 
    M.V.Sc 
    Consultant Physician & Surgeon 

Visiocare (Ciclosporin Ophthalmic Ointment)

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Quick Overview


  • Time tested for nearly two decades worldwide for the treatment of KCS

  • Unique mechanism of immune suppression 

  • The only veterinary ophthalmic product for both symptoms and underlining cause

  • Uses  microemulsification technology which increase bioavailability, reduce side effects

Visiocare (Ciclosporin Ophthalmic Ointment)

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Visiocare

Ciclosporin Ophthalmic Ointment

COMPOSITION:

Ciclosporin EP               2mg

MODE OF ACTION:

 When applied ophthalmically, ciclosporin is believed to act as a local immunomodulator of diseases suspected to be immune-mediated such as keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) and chronic superficial keratitis (CSK). In the management of KCS, the mechanism by which cyclosporin causes an increase in lacrimation is poorly understood. Clinical improvement in cases of KCS is not necessarily dependent on an increase in aqueous tear production.

 INDICATIONS:

Visiocare ophthalmic ointment is indicated for management of chronic keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) and chronic superficial keratitis (CKS) in dogs.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:

Remove debris with suitable nonirritating solutions. Apply a ¼ inch strip of ointment to the affected eye(s) every 12 hours. The ointment may be placed directly on the cornea or into the conjunctival sac.

It is recommended that dogs exhibiting chronic recurring conjunctivitis be tested for adequate tear production to determine if they are suffering from early stages of chronic KCS.

For best results in treating KCS, cyclosporin ophthalmic ointment should be administered early in the course of the disease before irreversible damage to the lacrimal tissue, or dense corneal scarring or pigmentation occurs.

Dogs afflicted with KCS or CKS will most likely require lifelong consistent therapy. For CSK, because environmental factors such as ultraviolet (UV) radiation are implicated in the pathogenesis, clinical signs may subside in the winter months when light intensity is reduced or if the dog is moved to a lower altitude, or indoors, and thus exposed to less UV radiation.

In cases refractory to cyclosporin, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated and a different course of therapy considered. Periodic reassessment of the need for Visiocare ophthalmic ointment therapy is recommended.

AVAILABLE PACK: Visiocare ointment is available in a 3.5 g tube in a carton.

STORAGE: Store below 25o C. Keep out of reach of children.

PRECAUTIONS: any content remaining one month after the date on which the container was first opened should be discarded. 

 

For the use only of a Veterinary Medical Practitioner only, Hospital or Laboratory or a Farm