Cal-Nate 23% Injection (Canada)This page contains information on Cal-Nate 23% Injection for veterinary use.
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Cal-Nate 23% InjectionThis treatment applies to the following species:
Calcium Borogluconate Injection BP (Vet)
Veterinary Use Only
Calcium borogluconate (= Calcium 19.14 mg/mL)
Warning: Keep out of reach of children.
Cal-Nate 23% Injection Indications
As an aid in the treatment of hypocalcemia (milk fever) of dairy cows and as an aid in calcium deficiencies in cattle, sheep and swine.
Dosage: Administer slowly by intravenous or subcutaneous injection using aseptic technique. Intravenous injection administration is recommended for treatment of acute conditions. Warm the solution to body temperature prior to use.
Adult Cattle: 250 to 500 mL.
Adult Swine and Sheep: 50 to 125 mL.
or as recommended by a veterinarian.
Divide the subcutaneous injection over several sites.
Dosage may be repeated if required or as recommended by a veterinarian.
Cal-Nate 23% Injection Caution
If no improvement is noticed in the condition being treated after 24 hours or less depending on the severity of the condition, a veterinarian should be consulted for re-evaluating the diagnosis and taking appropriate corrective measures.
StorageStore at room temperature, between 15°-30°C. Keep from freezing.
Wyeth Animal Health, Division of Wyeth Canada, Guelph, Ontario N1K 1E4
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