Equine Uterine Lavage Solution (Canada)This page contains information on Equine Uterine Lavage Solution for veterinary use.
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- Equine Uterine Lavage Solution Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Equine Uterine Lavage Solution
- Direction and dosage information for Equine Uterine Lavage Solution
Equine Uterine Lavage SolutionThis treatment applies to the following species:
An iso-osmotic electrolyte solution, it is buffered to a physiological pH of 7.1-7.2 and is made from water purified by reverse osmosis. It contains PVA as a surfactant and is filtered to 0.2 microns.
Shelf life is 2 years from the date of manufacture.
This solution is used to lavage the uterus of mares with post-foaling, bacterial, mycotic, or placental endometritis. It is also useful in pre- or post-breeding and pre- or post-insemination lavage.
Not suitable for embryo collection.
Recommended storage: 15-30°C; however, it will not be harmed by refrigeration or freezing.
Recommended procedures included in this brochure should not be interpreted as a complete protocol. Individual protocols may vary according to the user. This media is a perishable product which may deteriorate at a rate dependent upon handling and storage. Bioniche Animal Health USA, Inc. does not guarantee any viability or conception resulting from the use of this product.
For further information regarding protocols, call (509) 335-4047.
BIONICHE ANIMAL HEALTH USA, INC., 1335 NE Terre View Drive, Pullman, WA 99163 USA
Phone: (509) 335-4047
Fax: (509) 335-1064
Approved February 10, 2010
Presentation: 2 L.
NAC No.: 12150820
BIONICHE ONE HEALTH
P.O. BOX 1570, 231 DUNDAS ST. E., BELLEVILLE, ON, K8N 1E2
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