Isaderme gel in a topical skin treatment for dogs containing Betamethasone (steroid) and Fusidic Acid (antibiotic).
Licensed for the treatment of acute surface pyoderma in the dog, such as acute moist dermatitis (‘hot spots’) and intertrigo (skin fold dermatitis).
This is a prescription only medication and must be used as directed by the prescribing veterinary surgeon.
As skin infections can occur as a result of an underlying condition, this should be identified and treated. Book an appointment with one of vets do talks things through. Did you know we have a vet who has further qualifications in dermatology?
The dog should be prevented from licking treated lesions and so ingesting the product.
Avoid contact with the eyes. Where there is a risk of self-trauma or a risk of accidental transfer to the eye, for example, application of the product on the forelimb, preventative measures such as the use of a protective collar should be considered.
Link to the SPC for Isaderm Gel