D-TOXThis page contains information on D-TOX for veterinary use.
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- D-TOX Indications
- Warnings and cautions for D-TOX
- Direction and dosage information for D-TOX
D-TOXThis treatment applies to the following species:
Activated Charcoal Gel With Electrolytes
Multi-Species Activated Charcoal Gel Contains Activated Hardwood Charcoal, Attapulgite Clay & Certain Electrolytes
For Animal Use Only
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
May be used as an emergency first aid for accidental poisoning resulting from insecticides, herbicides, organic chemicals, intestinal bacterial contaminants or grain overload. Research has shown that activated charcoal is effective in counteracting the effects of certain toxins.
Dogs & Cats: 1-3 ml per pound body weight.
Sheep & Goats: 1-3 ml per kilogram (2.2 lbs.) body weight.
Adult Cattle & Horses: It is recommended to give one full tube (300 ml).
Repeat dosage after 1 to 3 hours or as needed. A stomach tube should be used in animals which are unable to swallow.
If conditions do not improve consult your veterinarian. Depending on the condition of the animal supportive therapy such as parental fluids and injectable antidotes should be used along with Activated Charcoal Gel for efficient recovery. May not be very effective in the treatment of heavy metal poisoning like lead, arsenic, mercury etc.
Water, Activated Hardwood Charcoal (100 mg/ml), Attapulgite Clay (200 mg/ml), Sodium Chloride (35 mg/ml), Potassium Chloride (35 mg/ml), and Polysorbate.
KEEP IN A COOL, DRY PLACE
DO NOT FREEZE
Mfd. in U.S.A.
Manufactured for Agripharm Products, Westlake, TX 76262 U.S.A.
LB-AGP160B Rev. 0708
NAC No.: 14571511
822 7TH STREET, SUITE 605, GREELEY, CO, 80631
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