Veterinary Injectable Drugs 100mg Xylazine Hydrochloric Injection
Serazine hydrochloride injection has sedative, anticonvulsant, antiemetic, and muscle relaxant properties. It can regulate the function of the central nervous system, reduce the tension and excitement of animals, and alleviate symptoms such as vomiting and muscle spasms. It belongs to a sedative and Antiemetic, and is commonly used in the neurological diseases of livestock and poultry, stress reactions during transportation, and postpartum recovery.
Various attributes of Veterinary Injectable Drugs 100mg Xylazine Hydrochloric Injection
|This product is a colorless and clear liquid.
|When combined with central nervous suppressants such as chloral hydrate, thiopental sodium, or pentobarbitel sodium, it can enhance the inhibitory effect This product can enhance the analgesic effect of ketamina, relax muscles, and antagonize the central axis excitation response Combination with adrenaline can induce arrhythmia.
|Mainly used for chemical stabilization and basic anesthesia of livestock and wild animals, as well as for inducing vomiting in cats.
|Usage and dosage
|Intramuscular injection: 1 to 2 mg horse, 0.1 to 0.3 mg cow, 0.1 to 0.2 mg sheep, 0.1 to 0.2 mg dog, 1 to 2 mg cat, 0.1 to 0.3 mg deer per 1 kg body weight
|After medication, dogs and cats often experience vomiting, muscle tremor, bradycardia, decreased respiratory frequency, and increased urination in cats Ruminants are sensitive to this product, and after administration, they exhibit increased saliva secretion, rumen relaxation, bloating, nausea, diarrhea, slow heartbeat, and dyskinesia. Cows in the late trimester of pregnancy may experience premature birth or miscarriage Equine animals can experience muscle tremors, bradycardia, decreased respiratory frequency, hyperhidrosis, and increased intracranial pressure after medication.
|(1) Cows should fast for a certain period of time and be injected with atropine before using this product; During the operation, the patient should adopt a prone position and lower his head to prevent foreign body pneumonia and reduce the pressure on the heart and lungs when the stomach swells. It should not be used in cattle during late pregnancy.
(2) Dogs and cats can cause vomiting after medication.
(3) Use with caution in affected animals with symptoms such as respiratory depression, heart disease, and renal insufficiency.
(4) Available when poisoned α 2 receptor blockers and atropine.
|Drug withdrawal period
|14 days for cattle and sheep, and 15 days for deer.
|Keep tightly closed and in a cool and dry place.
Each ml contains
Xylazine should be used in horses and Cervidae (Fallow Deer. Mule Deer, Sika Deer, White-Tailed Deer and Elk) when it is desirable to produco a state of sedation accompanied by a shorter period of analgesia.
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