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Hypersaline 7.2% (Canada)

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Hypersaline 7.2%

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: DMVét

SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTION, USP

VETERINARY USE ONLY

STERILE

Warnings

No meat withdrawal period or milk withholding time is required when used according to the label.

Keep out of reach of children.

DIN 02427672

Active Ingredients

Each 100 ml contains:

Sodium chloride

7.2 g

Cations Sodium:

1232 mEq/L

Anions Chloride:

1232 mEq/L

Osmolarity:

2464 milliosmoles/L

pH:

4.5-7.0

Inactive Ingredients

Water for injection

Hypersaline 7.2% Indications

For use in adult cattle as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of many diseases and conditions, when a rapid increase of intravascular volume is required.

Dosage and Administration

For intravenous use only. Warm to body temperature before use. Inject slowly using aseptic techniques. The dosage and rate of administration must be judged in relation to the clinical condition of the animal, as determined by a veterinarian.

CAUTIONS: Contains no preservatives. Discard any unused portion. Use only if solution is clear. Additives may be incompatible. To minimize the potential for thrombophlebitis, should be administered into a large vein. Avoid perivascular injections as this may induce tissue necrosis. Discontinue infusion if adverse reactions occur. A rapid administration rate can cause cardiovascular collapse and death.

Storage

Store between 15°C - 30°C. Keep from freezing.

Manufactured by: DMVét, Inc, 447 Ch Lyon, Coaticook, QC, Canada, J1A 2S4

Net

NTI #

RMS #

1000 mL

18-806

92-1074

NAC No.: 1762003.0

DMVét INC.
447 CH. LYON, COATICOOK, QC, J1A 2S4
Email:   slebire@dmvet.ca
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Hypersaline 7.2% information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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