Dextrose 50% (Canada)This page contains information on Dextrose 50% for veterinary use.
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Dextrose 50%This treatment applies to the following species:
Dextrose Injection Mfr, 50%
For Glucose Deficiencies.
VETERINARY USE ONLY
WARNINGS: Keep out of reach of children.
Dextrose monohydrate USP 50% (w/v). (equivalent to 500 mg/mL).
Dextrose 50% Indications
As an aid in the treatment of glucose deficiencies in cattle, horses, sheep, swine and in the treatment of acetonemia (ketosis) in cattle and pregnancy disease in sheep.
Dosage and AdministrationWarm to body temperature prior to administration. For intravenous or intraperitoneal administration in cattle, sheep and swine. FOR INTRAVENOUS USE ONLY IN HORSES.
Adult Cattle and Horses (454kg): 250 to 500 mL.
Adult Sheep and Swine (45kg): 50 to 150 mL.
May be repeated after a few hours if required.
CAUTIONS: Do not retain partly used bottle. CONTAINS NO PRESERVATIVE. If no improvement is noticed in the condition being treated after 2-3 days or less depending on the severity of the condition, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated and a veterinarian consulted. Use only if solution is clear. Inject slowly. When used by the intraperitoneal route, it is advisable to dilute solution to 5% with sterile water.
StorageStore in a cool dark place between 15-30°C. KEEP FROM FREEZING.
VALESCO Pharmaceuticals Inc., 3606B boul. Poirier, Montreal, QC H4R 2J5
NAC No.: 1711002.0
300 SOUTH EDGEWARE RD., ST. THOMAS, ON, N5P 4L1
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