Vetivex Solution for Injection for Animal Use
Vetivex 11 Solution for Infusion is a sterile solution supplemented with sodium; Chloride, Potassium, Calcium & Bicarbonate & is used for intravenous fluid therapy in horses. It can be used to treat dehydration; restore electrolyte and acid-base balance or meet fluid and electrolyte maintenance requirements in non-drinking animals.
Vetivex 11 Solution for Infusion this product is given by intravenous infusion to treat dehydration and metabolic acidosis in cattle, horses, dogs, and cats. It can be used to correct volume depletion (hypovolemia) due to gastrointestinal disorders or shock. Lactate-containing solutions will not be used effectively in animals with hepatic impairment and it is undesirable to use this product in animals with metabolic alkalosis. This product must be heated to approximately 37 ° C to avoid hypothermia before the administration of large volumes or when the application rate is high. High initial infusion rates of up to 90 ml/kg / h are required for a shock. High infusion rates should not continue for more than 1 hour until renal function and urine output are restored. The maximum infusion rate must be reduced in the case of heart, kidney and lung diseases.
Vetivex 11 Solution for Infusion this product does not contain antimicrobial preservatives. It is for single use only and all unused content must be discarded. This product should be used with caution in animals with cardiac or renal impairment as sodium overload may occur. Excessive infusion rates may cause restlessness, wet lung sounds, tachycardia, tachypnoea, nasal discharge, cough, vomiting, and diarrhea. Ideally, the infusion should be heated to approximately 37 ° C prior to administration. The volume and rate of infusion depend on the clinical condition, existing animal deficiencies, maintenance needs and continued losses. In general, try to correct hypovolaemia by 50% first (ideally in 6 hours, but faster if necessary) and re-evaluate by clinical examination.