Calcium 23% Solution

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Calcium 23% Solution

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Manufacturer: Vedco

(23% Calcium Borogluconate)

Calcium 23% Solution Caution

Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.


For use as an aid in the treatment of hypocalcemia (parturient paresis, milk fever) in cattle.

Each 500 Ml Contains:

Calcium, 10.7 g (as Calcium Borogluconate - equivalent to Calcium Gluconate). Milliequivalents per liter: Cations - Calcium, 1069 mEq/L; Anions - Gluconate, 1069 mEq/L.


Warm solution to body temperature before administration. The usual intravenous dose in cattle is 500 mL per 800 to 1,000 pounds of body weight. If given intramuscularly or subcutaneously, divide dosage among several injection sites and massage to aid in absorption. If no improvement occurs after the use of the product, consult veterinarian. Store at controlled room temperature between 15°-30°C (59°-86°F).


500 mL containers


Keep Out of Reach of Children. Follow strict sterile procedures when using this product. Intravenous administration should be made slowly to avoid adverse effects such as heart block or shock. This product contains no preservatives. Use the entire contents when first opened. Discard any unused solution.


Sold to Veterinarians Only

VEDCO, INC., St. Joseph, MO 64504

Phone: 816/238-8840

NAC No.: 10940200

Telephone:   816-238-8840
Toll-Free:   888-708-3326 (888-70VEDCO)
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