Povidone Iodine For Poultry
Povidone iodine, also known as strong iodine, was well known in 1964 for its great success in the space laboratory designated by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for the Apollo space program. Povidone iodine is currently the only disinfectant product that has been included in the United States Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmacopoeia, the Japanese Pharmacopoeia and the Pharmacopoeia of the People's Republic of China. In 1998, it was included in the National Essential Drugs List and was approved for use in health care. A disinfectant used directly by the human body.Chat Now
Product:Povidone iodine for poultry
1% povidone iodine solution
This product is reddish brown liquid
1. Non-toxic: LD50>10000mg/kg, non-toxic to humans and animals; long-term use will not cause accumulation of poisoning and drug residues, good water-soluble oral can kill intestinal and blood pathogens, can be used for drinking water health.
2, no stimulation: no irritation to the skin, mucous membranes, spray treatment of the uterus, wounds and respiratory diseases.
1, low sterilization concentration: diluted 5000 times can still kill microorganisms, is 50-100 times the effectiveness of similar products.
1, very stable in the solution, the activity can be maintained for more than ten days. Light, ions and pH damage it very little, not afraid of light, packaged in a fully transparent container, valid for more than two years.
It can be used for livestock and poultry environment, egg laying, cow's breast, medical equipment and other carcass disinfection. It has good preventive and control effects on viruses such as avian influenza, stomatitis, Newcastle disease, egg drop syndrome, etc., and Gram for Staphylococcus aureus. Positive bacteria, Gram-negative bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Pasteurella, Mycoplasma, mold, and protozoa all have killing and controlling effects.
1. When the solution turns white or light yellow, the disinfection activity is lost;
2. Disabled for iodine allergic animals;
3. Should not be compatible with mercury-containing drugs.