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Betafuse 1 mg/g + 5 mg/g - dogs - 15 g

Treatment of acute surface pyoderma in dogs

Prescription required* (Exceptions apply)

Betaduse is an off-white to white gel for dogs.

Each g of Betaduse contains:

Name Betamethasone (as betamethasone valerate) Fusidic acid (as fusidic acid hemihydrate)
Betafuse 1 mg/g + 5 mg/g gel for dogs 1 mg 5 mg
  • List of excipients :
    • Sodium methyl parahydroxybenzoate (E219)
    • Sodium propyl parahydroxybenzoate
    • Carbomer
    • Polysorbate 80
    • Dimeticone
    • Hydrochloric acid (for pH adjustment)
    • Sodium hydroxide (for pH adjustment)
    • Purified water

Indications for use of Betaduse, specifying the target species:

  • Dogs:
    • For the treatment of acute surface pyoderma in the dog, such as acute moist dermatitis (‘hot spots’) and intertrigo (skin fold dermatitis), caused by Gram-positive bacteria sensitive to fusidic acid.
  • Do not use for the treatment of deep pyoderma.
  • Do not use in pyotraumatic furunculosis and pyotraumatic folliculitis with ‘satellite’ lesions of papules or pustules.
  • Do not use where fungal, viral infection or demodicosis is present.
  • Do not apply to the eye.
  • Do not use over large surface areas or for prolonged treatment.
  • Do not use in dogs suffering from impetigo or acne.
  • Do not use in dogs with unstabilised or untreated Cushing’s syndrome or diabetes mellitus.
  • Do not use in dogs with pancreatitis.
  • Do not use in dogs with gastrointestinal ulcers.
  • Do not use in cases of known hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any of the excipients.

Amounts of Betaduse to be administered and administration route:

  • Cutaneous use.
  • First, the hairs covering the lesions should be gently clipped. The affected area should then be thoroughly cleaned with an antiseptic wash before daily application of the gel.
  • The amount applied should cover the affected area in a thin layer. Apply approximately 0.5 cm length of gel per 8 cm2 of lesion, twice daily, for a minimum period of 5 days.
  • Treatment should continue for 48 hours after the lesion has resolved. The treatment period should not exceed 7 days.
  • If there is no response within three days, or the condition deteriorates, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated.

Betaduse is an off-white to white gel for dogs.

Each g of Betaduse contains:

Name Betamethasone (as betamethasone valerate) Fusidic acid (as fusidic acid hemihydrate)
Betafuse 1 mg/g + 5 mg/g gel for dogs 1 mg 5 mg
  • List of excipients :
    • Sodium methyl parahydroxybenzoate (E219)
    • Sodium propyl parahydroxybenzoate
    • Carbomer
    • Polysorbate 80
    • Dimeticone
    • Hydrochloric acid (for pH adjustment)
    • Sodium hydroxide (for pH adjustment)
    • Purified water

Indications for use of Betaduse, specifying the target species:

  • Dogs:
    • For the treatment of acute surface pyoderma in the dog, such as acute moist dermatitis (‘hot spots’) and intertrigo (skin fold dermatitis), caused by Gram-positive bacteria sensitive to fusidic acid.
  • Do not use for the treatment of deep pyoderma.
  • Do not use in pyotraumatic furunculosis and pyotraumatic folliculitis with ‘satellite’ lesions of papules or pustules.
  • Do not use where fungal, viral infection or demodicosis is present.
  • Do not apply to the eye.
  • Do not use over large surface areas or for prolonged treatment.
  • Do not use in dogs suffering from impetigo or acne.
  • Do not use in dogs with unstabilised or untreated Cushing’s syndrome or diabetes mellitus.
  • Do not use in dogs with pancreatitis.
  • Do not use in dogs with gastrointestinal ulcers.
  • Do not use in cases of known hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any of the excipients.

Amounts of Betaduse to be administered and administration route:

  • Cutaneous use.
  • First, the hairs covering the lesions should be gently clipped. The affected area should then be thoroughly cleaned with an antiseptic wash before daily application of the gel.
  • The amount applied should cover the affected area in a thin layer. Apply approximately 0.5 cm length of gel per 8 cm2 of lesion, twice daily, for a minimum period of 5 days.
  • Treatment should continue for 48 hours after the lesion has resolved. The treatment period should not exceed 7 days.
  • If there is no response within three days, or the condition deteriorates, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated.
19.90
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