Nanco is a sterile, multi-purpose ophthalmic solution for dogs and cats. It comes in a convenient 15ml vial with an easy-to-use dropper applicator. This versatile veterinary medicine effectively treats and prevents a wide range of eye conditions in your furry companions.
The recommended dosage of Nanco varies depending on the specific eye condition and the animal’s size and age. Generally:
- For mild eye infections and irritations: Apply 1-2 drops to the affected eye(s) 2-3 times a day.
- For severe infections or injuries: Apply 2-3 drops to the affected eye(s) 4-5 times a day.
- For chronic conditions: Apply 1-2 drops to the affected eye(s) 1-2 times a day.
Always follow your veterinarian’s instructions for the specific dosage and treatment duration for your pet.
Nanco is currently available in a single variety, the 15ml sterile vial. However, depending on your region, there might be variations in packaging or concentration. Consult your veterinarian for the most up-to-date information.
Points of Action:
- Nanco effectively treats and prevents:
- Conjunctivitis (inflammation of the inner eyelid and eyeball surface)
- Keratitis (inflammation of the cornea)
- Watery and red eyes
- Eye injuries and post-surgical complications
- Eye stress and discomfort
- All types of bacterial and fungal eye infections
- It acts as a gentle eye cleanser, removing debris and irritants.
- Nanco is safe for use in puppies, kittens, and adult dogs and cats.
- It is essential to consult your veterinarian before using Nanco, especially if your pet has any pre-existing eye conditions or is taking other medications.
- Do not use Nanco if the vial is damaged or the solution is discolored.
- Store Nanco at room temperature, away from direct sunlight and heat.
- Gently wipe away any discharge from your pet’s eyes with a soft, clean cloth dampened with lukewarm water.
- Use a separate cloth for each eye to prevent the spread of infection.
- Do not touch your pet’s eyes with your hands, as this can introduce bacteria.
- Observe your pet’s eyes for any improvement or worsening of symptoms during treatment.
Remember, early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for optimal eye health in your pets. Consult your veterinarian regularly for preventive eye care and promptly address any eye concerns you may notice.