Buscopan Ampoules 20mg/ml solution for injection
Buscopan 20mg/ml solution 50ml It provides pain relief by reducing muscle cramps in the intestines and discomfort. It is used to treat varicose colic in horses. If colic symptoms persist after treatment, further examination may be required. It can also be used by veterinarians during rectal examinations as it relaxes the intestines, allowing a more thorough examination and reducing the risk of rectal tears. Buscopan solution for injection is antispasmodic (antispasmodic) and anticholinergic. It is designed to relieve abdominal pain (colic) associated with colic spasm, wind colic and simple effects on horses. Buscopan solution for injection requires a veterinarian’s prescription and is for intravenous use only.
Buscopan 20mg/ml solution 50ml is not recommended for use in lactating foals or in pregnant or lactating mares, as safety has not been established. The safety of the Buscopan solution for injection has not been established for intramuscular (IM) administration. Buscopan solution for injection leads to an increase in heart rate. An increase in heart rate cannot be used as a valid indicator of the severity of pain for 30 minutes after intravenous (IV) injection. Side effects of Buscopan solution for injection include increased heart rate. The heart rate cannot be used as a valid indicator of the severity of pain for 30 minutes after the Buscopan solution for injection
Buscopan 20mg/ml solution 50ml is an antispasmodic (antispasmodic) and anticholinergic that relaxes the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal tract. It is thought to work primarily on the parasympathetic ganglia in the intestinal walls of the gastrointestinal tract. The chemical name for the active ingredient of Buscopan is hyoscine butyl bromide. It is a water-soluble white crystalline substance with a molecular weight of 440.40. Each ml of Buscopan® contains 20 mg hyoscine butyl bromide, 1.8 mg methyl para-hydroxybenzoate, 0.2 mg propyl para-hydroxybenzoate, 6.0 mg sodium chloride and water for injections.
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