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CalPlus Solution (500 ml)

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Description

CAL-PLUS is an injectable calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and dextrose solution indicated as an aid in the treatment of milk fever and other calcium, glucose, magnesium and phosphorus deficiencies of cattle, sheep, horses and swine.

Ingredients

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:
Calcium Borogluconate 23.0% w/v (equivalent to 19.1 mg/mL of calcium)
Sodium Hypophosphite 2.85% w/v (equivalent to 10.0 mg/mL of phosphorous)
Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate 4.5% w/v
Dextrose Monohydrate 15.0% w/v
Milliequivalents per 100 mL:
Cations:
Calcium 96 mEq
Sodium 32 mEq
Magnesium 44 mEq
Total 172 mEq
Cations:
Borogluconate 96 mEq
Hypophosphite 32 mEq
Chloride 44 mEq
Total 172 mEq

Directions

View CAL-PLUS Drug Facts Sheet.

DIRECTIONS: For intravenous, subcutaneous or intraperitoneal administration in cattle, sheep and swine and strictly intravenously in horses. Dosage should be divided over several sites for subcutaneous injections. Inject slowly and carefully. Warm to body temperature before administration.

DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION: Adult Cattle and Horses 250-500 mL; Adult Sheep and Swine 50-125 mL. Repeat in several hours if required or as recommended by the treating veterinarian.

CAUTION: Do not retain partially used bottle. Contains no preservatives. Use only if solution is clear. If no improvement is noticed in the condition being treated after 24-36 hours or less depending on the severity of the condition, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated and a veterinarian consulted.

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