Butasone Conc (Canada)

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Butasone Conc

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Jaapharm

Phenylbutazone Powder

DIN 00785989

DESCRIPTION:

Each 30 g contains:

Phenylbutazone

8 g (8,000 mg)

(1,2 Diphenyl, 4 Butyl, 3, 5 Pyrazolidinedione)

INDICATIONS:

As an oral therapy in the treatment of arthritis myositis, inflammation and rheumatism in horses.

DOSAGE:

Horses

Note: One (1) level tablespoon contains approximately 10 g of powder containing 2.7 g of Phenylbutazone.

1 to 2 g of Phenylbutazone per 227 kg of body weight daily, in at least 2 divided doses. Daily dosage should not exceed 4 g. As symptoms regress, the dosage should be reduced to a level that will hold the condition in check. In some cases, treatment should be given only when symptoms appear with no need for continued medication. If there is not a significant clinical effect in five 5 days, a re-evaluation of the diagnosis and treatment should be made.

WARNING:

This drug is not to be administered to horses that are to be slaughtered for food.

CAUTION:

Medication must be discontinued if signs of gastrointestinal upset or blood dyscrasia appear. Should not be administered to animals with cardiac, renal, or hepatic disease.

Presentation:

225 g jar

NAC No.: 12260160

JAAPHARM CANADA INC.
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