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
Un resumen de lo que fue Villa Gesell 2013, para los Pre Infantiles del Club Atlético Monte Grande. (23-11 | 25-11)
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In this video I want to share some vitamin B12 injection side effects and dangers plus what the vitamin really does for someone.
A gentleman named Casimir Funk took the discovery that oranges stopped scurvy and another discovery about the husk in rice preventing rickets and realized hey there were things that in food we just need, vital for life and created the term vitamin.
So what the heck does B12 do? It basically benefits the entire body, it’s largest benefit is maintaining the health of nerve cells. Let me ask you do you like your senses?
Maybe hearing music, looking at landscapes, smelling incense, tasting things like ice cream and who can forget about feeling a puppies fur when you pet him or her.
If that wasn’t enough it plays a role with digestion. Digestion is really HUGE, did you know that 90% of the feel good chemical seratonin is produced in the gut? 80% of the immune system yep is in the gut. Plus you need it for your heart.
Basically if you don’t get enough it’s going to mess up your senses, digestion, heart, brain and well a lot more.
So why would you want to inject vitamin B12? Well, if someone is deficient maybe they have a disorder it can be a quick way to get the vitamin.
There are side effects and 1 potential danger is there is inufficient knowledge about the safety of larger amounts of this vitamin during pregnancy. According to ConsumerLabs (they test a bunch of supplements overdosing on this vitamin has been associated with increased risk of autism in their child.
It’s probably not a good idea to take if you are pregnant. Any supplement shouldn’t be taken if your pregnant only omega 3 is good to take.
Also if you consume too much of the vitamin you could experience diarrhea, wanting to vomit, stomach pains, since it’s water soluble it’s not easy to overdose. those are the side effects.
Like most things in life your body could just rebel and this means an allergic reaction. This includes soreness/itching at the injection site. Msucle cramping, irregular heart beats and even problems with your senses such as slurred speech, vision changes or chest pains. If you do experience nasty side effects then you should stop taking the vitamin.
The fourth danger with this vitamin injection is that it could interact negatively with a drug. If you are taking any drugs you really should consult your doctors before giving this injection a try.