Aqupharm No. 11 Solution for Infusion 5L

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Aqupharm No. 11 Solution for Infusion 5L - £ 17.71
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Target species Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Dogs, Cats and Rabbits Indications for use, specifying the target species Treatment of dehydration of extracellular predominance. Treatment and prevention of perioperative hypovolaemia and haemorrhagic shock. Treatment of mild metabolic acidosis. Contraindications Do not use in animals with: - congestive heart failure, - hyperkalaemia, - hypercalcaemia, - metabolic alkalosis, - hyperhydration, - severe metabolic or lactic acidosis, - hepatic insufficiency, - Addison's disease. - hypernatraemia Special warnings for each target species None. Special precautions for use Special precautions for use in animals Do not use unless the solution is clear, free from visible particles, and the container is undamaged. A risk of thrombosis with intravenous infusion should be considered. Maintain aseptic precautions. This product does not contain an antimicrobial preservative. It is intended for single use only and any unused contents should be discarded. The solution should be warmed to approximately to 37

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Category POM-V
Temperature Ambient
MA/VM/EU No: 10347/4039
Species
  • cat
  • cattle
  • dog
  • horse
  • goat
  • pig
  • rabbit
  • sheep
VMD Link Product Information Database (defra.gov.uk)
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Dosage Amounts to be administered and administration route Administer by intravenous infusion. Management of dehydration including patients with mild metabolic acidosis The amount of fluid and electrolytes to be administered should be calculated by adding the existing deficits to the ongoing maintenance requirements and any ongoing fluid losses (e.g. from ongoing vomiting, diarrhoea etc) estimated from the history of the animal, clinical examination and laboratory findings. To calculate the existing fluid deficit, the following equation should be used; Fluid deficit (mls) = Percentage dehydration x Bodyweight (kg) x 10 (e.g. for a 10 kg dog with 5% dehydration the fluid deficit would be 5 x 10 x 10 = 500ml) To calculate the ongoing maintenance requirement, the following equation should be used; Maintenance for Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Dogs and Cats (mls) = 50ml x Bodyweight (kg) per day Maintenance of Rabbits (mls) = 75-100ml x Bodyweight (kg) per day (e.g. for a 10 kg dog, the daily maintenance fluid requirement is 10 x 50 = 500ml) The administration rate should be adjusted to each animal. The objective is to correct the deficit over 12 – 24 hours. Prevention of peri-operative hypovolaemia Administer at a rate of 5 – 10ml/kg/hr during anaesthesia Treatment of hypovolaemic and haemorrhagic shock Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Dogs Rabbits; up to 90ml/kg/hr Cats; up to 60ml/kg/hr High infusion rates should not be continued for longer than 1 hour. Overdose (symptoms, emergency procedures, antidotes), if necessary In the presence of volume overload signs (e.g. restlessness, moist lung sounds, tachycardia, tachypnoea or coughing), treatment should involve administering diuretics and stopping the infusion. An excessive infusion of product may cause metabolic alkalosis due to the presence of lactate ions.
Withdrawals Meat and offal: zero days. Milk: zero hours