Veterinary Injectable Drugs Ketoprofen Injection
Each ml contains:
1. Chronic rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hyperplastic osteoarthrosis, ankylosing spondylitis, gout, periarthritis of shoulder joints, sciatica, acute upper respiratory tract inflammation.
2. Analgesia and anti-inflammatory after trauma and surgery.
3. Herpes zoster, polymorphous leaching erythema, nodular erythema, etc. Used for short-term treatment of trauma (sprain, tenosynovitis, edema, contusion) and pain.
Dosage and Administration
For Intramuscular Injection:
Dogs and Cats: 2mg ketoprofen for 1kg body weight
Ketoprofen adverse reaction is similar to ibuprofen, but it is mild and generally tolerable. It is common to appear stomach discomfort, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and so on. Occasionally, granulocytes are reduced and regenerated.
Storage and Expired Time
Store below 25ºC and protect from light.