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Description

Dermisol is a range of products by Pfizer designed to promote the rapid healing of wounds in horses, dogs, cats and cattle. Ideal for use on necrotic tissue, coagulum, debris and wax. Dermisol is suitable for use following traumatic injury, surgical wounds, infected wounds and in the treatment of otitis externa.

Dermisol Cream
Dosage and administration: Dermisol Cream is for topical use only. Dermisol Cream should be applied twice daily although more frequent applications may be made if necessary.

Wounds: The cream should be spread liberally on to wound surfaces and before each new application, it is advisable to wash the area with Dermisol Multicleanse Solution so that loose slough and cream from the previous application are removed without raising the pH.

Otitis externa: In cases of otitis externa, ears should be cleaned with Dermisol Multicleanse Solution prior to the introduction of Dermisol Cream into the external auditory canal.

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Reviews (30)

Summary of Reviews for Dermisol Cream

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
30 out of 30 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (25 reviews)
4 stars (5 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
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55 Very effective
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By on 1 December 2019

This cream has worked very quickly to alleviate skin irritation on my horse’s face.

Customer recommends this product

55 Dermisol Cream
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By on 13 October 2019

This product is excellent for the inevitable scrapes, cuts and small tears that your animal may suffer from. I was taught by my vet that it was always her go to cream and I have to agree, it is a miracle worker for small cuts and abrasions. Please read instructions carefully as you only require very small amounts and a 100g tube does go a long way. Very happy with product.

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45 Good everyday cream
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By on 10 July 2019

Very effective at clearing up the sores on my horses legs.

Customer recommends this product

55 Dermisol
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By on 13 February 2019

My daughter advised me to get it after my dog got all her legs cut in a dog attack

Customer recommends this product

55 Effective
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By on 21 January 2019

Easy to use speeds up healing

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Dermisol Cream, including answers from our team.

11 October 2015 at 9:45am

What can I use

Hamish1v

My vet has advised to use dermisol on my horses legs & wrap in cling film to soften scabs as he has vasculitis. I am waiting for my cream to be delivered. Can I use anything else in the meantim

  • VioVet Staff

I could not recommend anything else, it would be best to ask your own vet about this. Regular bathing in dilute salt water is generally very safe and helpful, but obviously more time intensive for you.

30 April 2014 at 9:16pm

Dermisol

Helen scouler

A week ago my hamster cut his tail, the end came off so I took him to the vets whom gave me Baytril oral 2.5% to give him 0.05mls daily for a week. I carried the instructions out for a week. My hamsters tail formed a scab over the cut, but I noticed his tail was bleeding again on the cut, where the end of the tail came off. I bathed his tail with warm salted water. Is there anything else I can do to heal his tail quickly, as it is distressing for me and my children. He is eating ok , climbing up the bars of his cage. Otherwise he is alert. Can I use dermisol on his tail or do I need to go back to the vets?

  • VioVet Staff

This is too difficult to answer by email. There might be an underlying reason for the original cut - it is not a place which tends to get cut generally. Whatever caused that, might still be present/happen again. This could be something to do with the cage etc, or something to do with the hamster itself (spontaneous lesion, not due to external trauma). If the hamster seems not to be distressed then you can continue treating the tail yourself. Dermisol is good at helping infected/contaminated wounds to heal. That might be the case. It might also be that your hamster has some odd sensation from the tail and has chewed at it, causing the problem. This can sometimes happen and can be very difficult to treat, because the animal itself prevents it from healing.

You would cause no harm with Dermisol, but this lesion might be more complicated than it first appears.

31 October 2013 at 1:32pm

SORES ON PAWS

Lisa Wood

  • VioVet customer since 2013
  • From: Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

MY ROTTY FREQUENTLY GETS A SORE SUMWHERE ON HIS PAWS,WHICH HE CONSTANTLY LICKS.CAN YOU ADVISE ME?

  • VioVet Staff

This can have lots of causes. Sometimes it is just a sign that your dog is generally feeling itchy all over, but licking or nibbling at one part of his paw becomes a habit and provides some sort of relief to the overall feeling. When this happens, if you see a sore spot on the paw, it is generally self-inflicted damage through the excessive licking etc. There is nothing really wrong with that area and it would soon heal if left alone. Diligent routine flee treatment, a good diet and regular exercise are sometimes the best treatments for this type of sore. Applying anything to the paws can draw his attention to the area and make it worse. If in any doubt, it is best to see your vet about it.