Read all directions and warnings provided by the
manufacturer before use.
Follow the specifications of your veterinarian's
prescription when using Panolog on your pet.
- For otic use, ensure the eardrum is intact. Clean
the ear of wax and foreign matter. Instill 3 to 5 drops into the ear
canal as prescribed.
- Drain infected anal glands or cysts, then fill with
- For use on the skin, clean and dry the affected site,
removing any accumulation of crust. Apply a light covering of Panolog
Frequency of Use:
Frequency of use varies depending on the particular
condition and its severity. Use ranges from once per week to 2 or 3
times per day. Frequency is often reduced as a condition shows improvement.
Use exactly as prescribed by your veterinarian.
Keep out of reach of children and animals.
Store at room temperature, not exceeding 86 degrees
It is a violation of Federal
Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Neomycin, one of Panalog's four active ingredients,
is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial that is effective against many gram-positive
and gram-negative bacteria. Nystatin, another of the ointment's active
ingredients, is a potent antifungal agent. Thiostrepton is included
for its ability to eliminate many gram-positive bacteria, including
some strains that are resistant to other antibiotics. Triamcinolone
acetonide, the fourth active ingredient, is a powerful synthetic corticosteroid.
It reduces inflammation and associated itching.
Keep Panolog out of reach of children and animals.
Do not use or store in or near open flame or heat.
Panalog is only intended for use on cats and dogs.
Do not apply to other species. Do not use on humans.
For topical use only.
Use only as prescribed.
CAUTION: Federal law restricts this
drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
Corticosteroids administered via oral and injected
routes are known to cause complications in pregnant animals and their
Do not apply Panolog to abscesses, puncture wounds,
or other deep infections. Not for use on serious burns.
Do not apply Panolog to an ear with a ruptured tympanic
Panolog, like other topical applications containing
neomycin, should not be applied to areas producing pus.
Neomycin can cause localized redness, swelling, and
inflammation. If a reaction persists, stop applying Panolog and consult
Panolog is generally well tolerated, but individual
sensitivities may result following use. Discuss any adverse reactions
in your pet with your veterinarian.
Topical corticosteroid use for the treatment of otitis
externa can cause impaired hearing, typically transient. If Panolog
affects your pet's ability to hear, stop use and contact your veterinarian.
SAP and SGPT (ALT) enzyme elevations, diarrhea (sometimes
with blood in the feces), emesis, and increased thirst or hunger have
been caused in dogs by parenteral or systemic administration of synthetic
corticosteroids. Prolonged or repeated use has also caused Cushing's
syndrome in dogs.
A systemic reaction to topical use of corticosteroids
is unlikely, but corticosteroids may be absorbed through the skin, resulting
in systemic reactions. If you observe increased hunger, thirst, or weight
gain in your pet during treatment with Panolog, contact your veterinarian
Seek immediate medical attention in the event of
Warranty and Manufacturer Information:
NADA 12-258, Approved by FDA
2005 Fort Dodge Animal Health. All Rights Reserved.
Fort Dodge Animal Health, Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501
Revised October 2005
NAC No.: 10031433