Otomax Ear Drops (Gentamicin/Betamethasone/Clotrimazole) - 2640IU/0.88mg/8.8mg (14mL)

Otomax Ear Drops (Gentamicin/Betamethasone/Clotrimazole) - 2640IU/0.88mg/8.8mg (14mL) P1
  • Otomax Ear Drops (Gentamicin/Betamethasone/Clotrimazole) - 2640IU/0.88mg/8.8mg (14mL) P1

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  • How To Use
  • Dosage
  • Side effects
  • Precautions

Brand Name : Otomax

Generic Name: Clotrimazole | Betamethasone |

Manufacturer : MSD Animal Health

About Otomax: Otomax Ear Drops (Gentamicin/Betamethasone/Clotrimazole) is a type of veterinary otic medication for use in the treatment of dogs affected by otitis externa (outer ear infection).

How to use Otomax


Otomax Ear Drops (Gentamicin/Betamethasone/Clotrimazole) is a type of veterinary otic medication for use in the treatment of dogs affected by otitis externa (outer ear infection). This medicine is contains gentamicin, which is a broad spectrum antibiotic, making it effective at targeting the bacteria responsible for the infection.

It also contains clotrimazole, an antifungal which is proven to target yeast in the ear such as malassezia pachydermatis. Finally, betamethasone (a corticosteroid) is added, to help reduce swelling.

Otomax Dosage


Otomax Ear Drops (Gentamicin/Betamethasone/Clotrimazole) must be administered properly, in accordance with the instructions of the prescribing vet. Pet owners are usually instructed to administer it twice per day, and treatment usually lasts for a period of 7 days. In most cases, dogs that weigh less than 30lbs are treated with 4 drops for each ear, and dogs heavier than 30lbs usually need 8 drops applied into each ear.

Otomax Side Effects


Dogs treated with Otomax Ear Drops (Gentamicin/Betamethasone/Clotrimazole) may sometimes show signs of side effects, such as:

  • Peeling
  • Vomiting
  • Irritation
  • Skin itching
  • Stinging sensation

Some dogs may experience serious side effects, however, this is less common. Take your animal to a vet straight away if it becomes sick, as it may require treatment.

Otomax Precautions


If overgrowth of bacteria or fungi occurs, the vet may recommend stopping treatment with these ear drops and prescribing alternative forms of treatment.

These ear drops are only for veterinary use.