|Species||Cattle, sheep, goats, horses, dogs, cats…|
|Composition||Calcium gluconate – 0.2 g / ml, boric acid – 0.0185 g / ml, sodium tetraborate – 0.013 g / ml, ancillary substance – up to 1 ml.|
|Indications||For the prevention and treatment of postpartum paresis, spasmophilia, eclampsia, shock, transport sickness, rickets, tetany, osteomalacia, postpartum retention, prenatal and postnatal deposits, allergic diseases, intoxication in farm animals and dogs.|
|Dosage and method of administration||
The drug is administered intravenously or subcutaneously at the rate of 0.5 ml / kg of animal weight once, and if necessary – repeatedly at the same dose after 24 hours.
The maximum single doses of Calcium borgluconate are given in the table:
Doses and timing of application depend on the weight of the animal and the course of the disease.
|Contraindications||Increased individual sensitivity of the animal to calcium halos and hypercalcemia. With caution (under the supervision of a veterinarian) the drug is prescribed for dehydration, diarrhea, electrolyte disorders (risk of hypercalcemia). It is not allowed to use the drug simultaneously with carbonates, salicylates, sulfates, tetracycline antibiotics, and mix the drug in one syringe with other medications.|
|Release form||100 ml bottle|
|Storage conditions||Store in original package. Protect from light and moisture. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. Store separately from food and animal feeding at +5 – 25°С.|
|Shelf life||2 years from the date of production.|