Prescription Required

Isathal 10mg/g Eye Drops 3g

Fusidic Acid
Product Code: 100331

Isathal Eye drops are used topically to treat conjunctivitis associated with staphylococcal infections, a common cause of eye infections.

Please note this is a prescription item and requires a valid, written prescription from your vet before purchase.

This item is not available online but can be purchased if you call 01344 283888 and speak to one of our customer care team.
£6.92 (inc VAT)
£5.77 (ex VAT)

This item is a prescription medication and cannot be sent until a valid prescription is received. Please note, we only accept prescriptions written by vets registered in the UK with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

We send all our prescription medication by a tracked courier service and dispatch only occurs on a Monday to Thursday.

Premium next day delivery is also available for this item but we must receive the order and prescription by 12 noon.

Once you have received a prescription from your vet, you can send it to us via:

  1. Upload: when prompted during the checkout process
  2. Email: prescription@evet.co.uk
  3. Post: eVetDrug Ltd, Blueberry Farm, Kingscroft Lane, Warfield, Berks, RG42 6JL

Please include your order number on the prescription.

To make the process even easier, please feel free to download a copy of our prescription form, which your vet can complete and sign.

Remember to ask your vet for a repeat prescription if your horse is on long term medication - it will save you time and money.

For more information regarding prescription medication, please view our Prescription Information page.

It is a criminal offence to tamper with a written prescription. eVetDrug has a zero tolerance policy for altered or forged prescriptions. We verify the authenticy of all prescriptions received with the vet who prescribed them. If we receive a prescription that is invalid, forged or altered, we will immediately cancel the whole order, de-activate the user account, report the misuse to the Veterinary Medicine Directorate and charge a reporting fee of £50. A forged prescription may result in prosecution.