HiGamm-Equi (Equine IgG)This page contains information on HiGamm-Equi (Equine IgG) for veterinary use.
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- HiGamm-Equi (Equine IgG) Indications
- Warnings and cautions for HiGamm-Equi (Equine IgG)
- Direction and dosage information for HiGamm-Equi (Equine IgG)
HiGamm-Equi (Equine IgG)This treatment applies to the following species:
For Veterinary Use Only
500 ml, 1000 ml
For intravenous use in the treatment of the failure of passive transfer in the equine neonate at the dose of 20ml/kg of body weight. The diagnosis of failure of passive transfer should be established from a blood sample taken at least 18 hours after birth.
Each single bag contains plasma, as a source of equine IgG with sodium citrate as an anticoagulant derived from healthy horses with Aa and Ca r.b.c. antigens and no r.b.c. antibodies. All donor horses are negative for EIA, EVA, Dourine, Brucellosis, Piroplasmosis and Glanders. There is no preservative added. KEEP FROZEN UNTIL USED. Thaw quickly in warm water not exceeding 110 F. DO NOT MICROWAVE.
Administer as soon as possible after thawing to body temperature by filtered intravenous infusion over a period of 15-20 minutes. In cases of a reaction, marked most often by tenesmus and hyperventilation, slow the speed of administration. If this does not abate the signs, stop administration until signs abate and continue at a slower rate. If signs persist, suspend administration and treat with histamine blockers and anti-inflammatory agents. Administration may be attempted again if treatment is successful. Discard any unused portion.
HiGamm-Equi (Equine IgG) Caution
This product has not been processed by heating or treating with ionizing radiation and may be capable of spreading disease. Anaphylaxis may occur with the use of this product.
US VET. LIC. NO: 318
LAKE IMMUNOGENICS, INC. ONTARIO, NY 14519
348 BERG ROAD, ONTARIO, NY, 14519
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