Endosorb SuspensionThis page contains information on Endosorb Suspension for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Endosorb Suspension Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Endosorb Suspension
- Direction and dosage information for Endosorb Suspension
Endosorb SuspensionThis treatment applies to the following species:
Active Ingredient(s)Contains activated attapulgite, 750 mg, per 5 mL (teaspoonful) in a base containing pectin, magnesium trisilicate, water, flavors, and sodium saccharin, (an artificial sweetening agent).
Endosorb Suspension IndicationsActivated attapulgite is a specially treated mineral clay that adsorbs toxins and toxic materials present in the gut of animals with symptoms of diarrhea. This adsorbent action helps to relieve the irritation, discomfort, and cramping associated with diarrhea.
Endosorb Suspension Dosage And AdministrationENDOSORB™ Suspension is made to help alleviate the symptoms of simple diarrheas in animals. If the diarrhea is caused by, or associated with a bacterial intestinal infection, then appropriate antibiotic therapy should be started as soon as possible. Animals being treated with ENDOSORB™ Suspension should have access to fresh, clean drinking water in liberal portions.
Shake well before using.
Recommended Dosage: Puppies and Kittens: 1 to 2 tsps every 4 hours.
Dogs and Cats: 1 to 3 tblsps every 4 hours.
Foals and Calves: 2 to 4 fl oz every 2 to 3 hours.
Cattle and Horses: 6 to 8 fl oz every 3 hours.
Pigs: 1 to 2 tsps every 3 to 4 hours.
Hogs: 2 fl oz per 100 lb body weight every 3 to 4 hours.
Note: Dosage should be adjusted as necessary.
Warning(s)If clinical signs persist after 2 or 3 days, diagnosis should be redetermined.
Use only as directed.
For veterinary use only.
Not for human use.
Presentation4 fl oz, 1 pint (16 fl oz) and 1 gallon.
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