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
Fish that stop eating and get started emitting translucent or stringy white faeces can be infected with different parasites. In this video we present you how we diagnose and treat a flowerhorn cichlid fish infected with parasitic worms.
Contaminated fish may perhaps present clinical indicators of chronic body weight loss, potbelly, “poor doers”, gut swelling, mucoid white faeces, and inappetance. It is a zoonotic illness (i.e. people can most likely catch it!). In people, the clinical symptoms include things like diarrhoea, abdominal pain, body weight loss, dehydration. Capillariasis may perhaps be deadly if cure is not supplied early.
Your tank may perhaps become infected if fed tubifex worms, or by introducing infected fish. It has a immediate lifetime cycle, and can reinfect the same fish, or other fish in the tank, building up in quantities.
Sixth public meeting of the Presidential Advisory Council on Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (PACCARB). The first day of the public meeting was dedicated to the topic of Infection Prevention and Control for Animal Health. The three working groups on Incentives for Diagnostics, Therapeutics/Anti-Infectives, and Vaccines, reported their preliminary findings to the full Advisory Council for deliberation on the second day of the public meeting; no vote was held. For more information, visit https://www.hhs.gov/ash/advisory-committees/paccarb
May 3-4, 2017 Public Meeting Page: https://www.hhs.gov/ash/advisory-committees/paccarb/meetings/upcoming-meetings/may-3-4-2017-public-meeting/index.html
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
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