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Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection 4 mg/ml, 100 ml Rx

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Product Description
Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection is an efficient and fast-acting adrenal glucocorticoid with anti-inflammatory characteristics for horses.
Who is Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection 4 mg/ml, 100 ml for?
Why use Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection 4 mg/ml, 100 ml?
This medicine is designed for horses and acts as an anti-inflammatory and/or adrenal glucocorticoid treatment.
How does Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection 4 mg/ml, 100 ml work?
The strong and efficient steroid Dexamethasone is the main ingredient in this medication. This component is a synthetic corticosteroid with glucocorticoid characteristics. This product comprises dexamethasone in sodium phosphate (salt) form allowing administration of greater dosages in a lower amount of diluent. This version is water-soluble and suited for intravenous delivery.
Active Ingredients(s):
Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) 4 mg/ml (equivalent to 3 mg/mL dexamethasone)
How is Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection 4 mg/ml, 100 ml sold?
4 mg/ml 100 ml injectable vial
What are the side effects of Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection 4 mg/ml, 100 ml?
Oral or injected corticosteroids are known to induce early parturition (birth) when given during the last trimester of pregnancy, according to experimental and clinical data. The following effects are also possible when administered during pregnancy: Premature birth Fetal death Difficult birth (dystocia) Pelvic inflammatory disease or uterine wall inflammation (metritis) Accelerated placental retention When given to pregnant rabbits, rodents, and dogs, the following effects have occurred in offspring: Swelling (anasarca) in dogs Seal limb (phocomelia) in dogs Foreleg deformities in dogs Cleft palate
What special precautions are there?
Use antibacterial treatments for 3 days after quitting this medicine when the illness has subsided. Use antibacterial treatments in conjunction with this medicine if the animal has an infection. If the animal has diabetes, osteoporosis, or congestive heart failure, do not use this product. If the animal has chronic nephritis or tuberculosis, use this medicine only in an emergency. This is not a product for viral infection. Keep away from children and animals
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Dexamethasone-SP (Sodium Phosphate) Injection 4 mg/ml, 100 ml?
Store product between the temperatures of 15°-30°C (59°-86°F) Do not freeze.
For impermanent benefits, deliver an oral dose as recommended by your veterinarian. To get the full benefits of the corticosteroid, inject an intravenous dose of 2.5 mg to 5 mg. When discontinuing therapy after a long duration, gradually and slowly reduce the everyday dose over the course of many days.