Calphosan Solution

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Calphosan Solution

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Manufacturer: Glenwood

(veterinary)

Calcium Solution For Injection

Composition

CALPHOSAN solution, each 10 ml. contains 50 mg. calcium glycerophosphate, 50 mg. calcium lactate and 0.25% phenol (as preservative), in a physiological solution of sodium chloride.

Advantages

Intramuscular or subcutaneous injections of CALPHOSAN raise blood serum calcium levels, without pain, inflammatory reactions or sloughing.

Calphosan Solution Indications

For use as an aid in the treatment of canine eclampsia

Administration

SMALL DOGS - 5 to 10 ml. subcutaneously (back of neck) or intramuscularly. LARGE DOGS - 10 ml. for each 100 lbs. of body weight, or as indicated. May also be given by subcutaneous or intravenous injection.

Contraindications

As there is a similarity in the actions of calcium and digitalis on the contractility and excitability of the heart muscle, CALPHOSAN is contraindicated in fully digitalized animals.

Availibility

CALPHOSAN SOLUTION (Veterinary) 60 ml. vials - NDC 0516-0060-66.

Calphosan Solution Caution

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

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11330001
GLENWOOD, LLC
111 CEDAR LANE, ENGLEWOOD, NJ, 07631
Telephone:   201-569-0050
Order Desk:   800-542-0772
Fax:   201-569-0250
Website:   www.glenwood-llc.com
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