Each mL of sterile solution contains:
Atropine Sulfate …….0.54 mg
Sodium Chloride ………. 9 mg
Benzyl Alcohol ………. 1.5%
Water for Injection …… QS
For use in Dogs and Cats as an antidote in the treatment of organophosphate insecticide poisoning; to reduce salivation, bronchial secretions or intestinal peristalsis associated with colic or diarrhea, and as a preanesthetic adjuvant.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Dogs and Cats: Inject intravenously, intramuscularly, or subcutaneously, 1 mL for each 20 lbs of body weight as a preanesthetic adjuvant, or to reudce salivation, bronchial secretions, or intestinal peristalsis associated with colic or diarrhea.
As an antidote for parasympathomimetic drugs, inject 1 mL for each 5 lbs of body weight administered to effect and repeat as necessary. It is suggested that 1/4 of the dosage be injected intravenously and the remainder intramuscularly or subcutaneously.
Antidotes: Warmth, Emetics, Cholinergics
Store: at controlled room temperature between 15o and 30oC (59o-86oF)
PROTECT FROM LIGHT
TAKE TIME OBSERVE LABEL DIRECTIONS
Bitumen Emulsion is available as Anionic,Cationic and Nonionic types. Usually, it is the type of aggregate and climate that defines what type of Bitumen Emulsion should be used. Cationic Emulsion represents more than 95% of the world Consumption today. The technology for the emulsion chemistry and type of application equipment make it the most logical class of emulsion to use, especially in case of tropical countries and countries with extreme climatic conditions. The application advantages of Cationic Bitumen Emulsion depend on coalescence of the Bitumen droplets when they contact aggregate or road surfaces. Such coalescence is called breaking.Emulsions are broadly classified according to the speed with which they break when contacted with aggregate.
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