Dex 50 (Canada)

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Dex 50

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Rafter 8

dextrose 50% injectable solution, USP

DIN 02290723

VETERINARY USE ONLY

STERILE

Warning

Keep out of reach of children.

Active Ingredient

dextrose monohydrate (USP), 50% w/v

Dex 50 Indications

As an aid in the treatment of glucose deficiencies in cattle, horses, sheep and swine; acetonemia (ketosis) in cattle; and pregnancy disease in sheep.

Dosage and Administration

For intravenous or intraperitoneal administration in cattle, sheep and swine. When used by the intraperitoneal route, it is advisable to dilute solution to 5% with sterile water. For intravenous administration only in horses.

Warm to body temperature before administration. Inject slowly.

Cattle and horses (454 kg): 250-500 mL

Sheep and swine (45 kg): 50-150 mL

Treatment may be repeated after a few hours, if required. If no improvement is noticed in the condition being treated after 2-3 days or less depending upon the severity of the condition, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated and a veterinarian consulted.

Dex 50 Caution

Use only if solution is clear. This product contains no preservative.

Storage

Store at 15-30°C. Keep from freezing. Protect from light. Discard any unused portion. Do not retain partly used bottle.

RAFTER 8 PRODUCTS, 87 Skyline Crescent N.E., Calgary, Alberta T2K 5X2

Net

 

500 ml

8DEXXXX Iss 06-08

NAC No.: 1219016.2

RAFTER 8 PRODUCTS
87 SKYLINE CRESCENT N.E., CALGARY, AB, T2K 5X2
Telephone:   403-291-3640
Order Desk:   800-461-8615
Fax:   403-250-2703
Website:   www.rafter8.ca
Email:   orders@rafter8.ca
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