PRN Hi-Energy SupplementThis page contains information on PRN Hi-Energy Supplement for veterinary use.
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- PRN Hi-Energy Supplement Indications
- Warnings and cautions for PRN Hi-Energy Supplement
- Direction and dosage information for PRN Hi-Energy Supplement
PRN Hi-Energy SupplementThis treatment applies to the following species:
Active Ingredient(s): Each tube contains: Amino Acids 44 mg, Thiamine 32 mg, Riboflavin 8 mg, Pyridoxine HCl 16 mg, Niacinamide 80 mg, D-Calcium Pantothenate 48 mg, Liver 3 grams, Iron Citrate 240 mg, Vitamin B12 400 mcg, q.s. Propylene Glycol.
PRN Hi-Energy Supplement Indications
PRN HI-ENERGY SUPPLEMENT™ is a nutritional product supplying additional propylene glycol, amino acids, vitamins and iron suggested for animals that have reduced or restricted food intake.
Directions For Use
For cattle and horses, give 1/2 to 1 tube twice daily. If in doubt, consult veterinarian.
1. Hold the head of the animal in a normal to slightly elevated position.
2. Place tube in animal's mouth directly over the tongue.
3. The product is carefully and quickly pressed out of the 10 oz tube.
4. Hold the animal's mouth closed and allow time to swallow.
Caution(s): Use extreme care to prevent injury to the animal's mouth and throat tissue when administering PRN HI-ENERGY SUPPLEMENT™. Do not allow the animal to chew on the tip of the tube which can result in mouth laceration. Do not administer to animals with open sores in the mouth or throat. Supplement may cause irritation to eyes and skin. For livestock use only.
Warning(s): Keep out of reach of children.
For veterinarian use only.
Presentation: 300 mL (10 oz) tube.
NAC No.: 10900130
8809 ELY ROAD, PENSACOLA, FL, 32514
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