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Vetalyte (Canada)

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Vetalyte

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: DMVét

STERILE ELECTROLYTES SOLUTION

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 02426536

Active Ingredients

Each ml contains:

Dextrose

25.0 mg

Sorbitol

25.0 mg

Sodium lactate

7.87 mg

Sodium chloride

4.8 mg

Potassium chloride

0.74 mg

Magnesium chloride 6H20

0.42 mg

Calcium chloride 2H20

0.38 mg

Milliequivalents per liter:

Cations

 

Anions

 

Sodium

153.7 mEq

Chloride

102.6 mEq

Potassium

9.96 mEq

Lactate

70.0 mEq

Calcium

4.96 mEq

 

 

Magnesium

4.0 mEq

 

 

Total

172.6 mEq

Total

172.6 mEq

Inactive Ingredients

Water for injection.

Vetalyte Indications

For use as an aid in the treatment of dehydration and electrolytes disturbances in adult cattle, horses, sheep and swine.

Dosage and Administration

Warm to body temperature before administration. For intravenous use only. Administer as indicated by a veterinarian. Inject slowly using aseptic technique:

Adult Horses and Cattle

1,000 to 2,000 ml

Adult Sheep and Swine

500 to 1,000 ml

May be repeated as needed, as recommended by the veterinarian, according to the degree of dehydration of the animal.

CAUTIONS: Contains no preservatives. Use only if solution is clear. Discard any unused portion.

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

18-804

92-1071

NAC No.: 1762004.0

DMVét INC.
447 CH. LYON, COATICOOK, QC, J1A 2S4
Email:   slebire@dmvet.ca
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Vetalyte 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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