ImmunoGlo NEPThis page contains information on ImmunoGlo NEP for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- ImmunoGlo NEP Indications
- Warnings and cautions for ImmunoGlo NEP
- Direction and dosage information for ImmunoGlo NEP
ImmunoGlo NEPThis treatment applies to the following species:
Equine plasma from donors vaccinated against:
Info: ImmunoGlo is designed for oral or intravenous administration in situations requiring fluid replacement or protein supplementation. ImmunoGlo is collected from healthy horses tested negative for antibodies against Aa, Qa, and Ca red cell antigens, using sodium citrate as an anticoagulant. ImmunoGlo is frozen fresh and contains no preservatives.
Use: ImmunoGlo is stored frozen until used (store below 23°F). To use, warm frozen plasma to body temperature (90-101°F) by submerging in a warm water bath (110-115°F) for 10 minutes. To circulate for faster thawing, squeeze the bag periodically. Once thawed the plasma should be administered within the hour for best results. A second dose can be administered immediately after the first dose if necessary. Do not mix with any other product. Do not microwave this product! Administer using an IV administration kit with filter (170-260 microns). An acceptable transfusion rate would be to administer over the course of 10-20 minutes. Caution should be observed, however, as a fast infusion may result in shaking, sweating or hyperventilation. If this occurs discontinue use for 5-10 minutes. Then resume at a slower rate of infusion. If adverse reactions persist, discontinue use.
ImmunoGlo NEP Caution
ImmunoGlo makes no health claim expressed or implied with regards to the vaccination history of the donors and does not claim to cure, treat, protect, or prevent disease. Each serial is sold after clearance through Quality Assurance. Every reasonable precaution has been taken to safeguard this product. Do not use this product in neonatal foals if milk replacer has been fed within the first 24 hours of the foal’s life prior to gut closure. While this serial has been reviewed and found to be safe, there is always the possibility, while rare, of transmission of viral disease. A condition referred to as serum hepatitis, or Theiler’s disease, has been linked to the usage of products containing equine serum or plasma. Research has implicated that a newly classified virus, Theiler’s Disease-Associated Virus (TDAV), may play a role as a causative agent. All Mg donors have tested negative for Theiler’s Disease-Associated Virus and other known blood-borne viruses.
For veterinary use only
Presentation: 1,000 mL (other sizes available upon request).
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