NorcalciphosThis page contains information on Norcalciphos for veterinary use.
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NorcalciphosThis treatment applies to the following species:
For intravenous use in milk fever, and in calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and glucose deficiency in animals.
Note: Intravenous administration is always preferable. If used subcutaneously, always distribute dose in several places and massage to facilitate absorption.
Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
Net Contents: 500 mL
Contains: Calcium borogluconate, dextrose, magnesium borogluconate, calcium hypophosphite and base.
Total calcium chemically equivalent to
Total phosphorus in amounts chemically
Dosage: Cattle, 500 mL. For milk fever prophylaxis, give 200-500 mL at time of calving. Horses, 250-500 mL; Sheep 50-125 mL. Repeat in 2 to 6 hours if needed. This product contains no preservative. Unused portion remaining in bottle must be discarded.
Large doses administered intravenously may have toxic action on heart if the blood level of calcium is raised excessively. Doses should be carefully regulated according to severity of hypocalcemia and injected slowly so that administration may be stopped if toxic action becomes evident.
Store at Controlled Room Temperature 15°-30°C (59°-86°F)
Protect From Freezing
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