Povidone-Iodine 10% Solution

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Povidone-Iodine 10% Solution

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Product Summary:

Povidone-Iodine 10% Solution

  • Highly-effective topical preparation
  • Non-irritating, non-staining and will not blister
  • Kills susceptible bacteria, fungi, protozoa, yeast and viruses
  • Available in 32 oz.

DIRECTIONS: Apply full-strength as often as needed. Wet area thoroughly to insure complete coverage and penetration but avoid "pooling." May be covered with bandage if necessary.
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good price
Karen B on Feb 2, 2016
same as betadine and less expensive
MARGARET M on Dec 12, 2015
every horse or livestock owner should have a bottle on hand. Good to irrigate fresh wounds to help kill any bacteria and prep the area for topical ointments.
G A on Jan 29, 2016
needed, always good to have along
M E on Nov 28, 2015
Can I use povidone solution as antiseptic for a skin problem?
A shopper on Apr 28, 2015
Best Answer: I think it will depend on the skin problem. If the problem is bacterial, this should work, but if it's a parasite (like mange) or fungus (like ringworm) I would think you need a different type of treatment. I use it diluted as a face wash (for my horses) and full strength as an antiseptic on wounds. Iodine can be an irritant and cause an allergic-type reaction, but it is what veterinarians use as an antiseptic. Consult your vet for the type of skin problem your horse has to be sure you are treating the condition correctly.
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