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
Scott Keeling is owner of Keeling Cattle Feeders, Hereford, TX, a 17,000-head custom feedyard. He strives to improve feed efficiency and rate of gain without limiting the ability of cattle to grade high at the packer. He counts on a beta-1 agonist, Optaflexx, to help cattle improve their performance at the end of the feeding cycle.