CALCIUM GLUCONATE- calcium gluconate injection, solution
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For use in cattle as an aid in treating uncomplicated milk fever (parturient paresis).
For intravenous administrion only.
Cattle: 250 to 500 mL
Doasage may be repeated at 8 to 12 hour intervals if required.
TAKE TIME OBSERVE LABEL DIRECTIONS
Grand Island, NE 68801
Calcium Gluconate 23%
Sterile — Preservative Free
Next Contents: 500 mL
Clipper Distributing Company, LLC
St. Joseph, MO 64507
Trademarks are property
of Clipper Distributing
Each 500 mL CONTAINS:
Calcium Gluconate……………….23% w/v
(provides 10.71 g of Calcium * per 500 mL)
Water for Injection ……………………. q.s.
(as a solubilizing agent)………..3.5 grams
Electrolytes per 1000 mL:
Calcium 1069 mEq;
Hypertonic pH 2.5-4.5
Store between 15°C-30°C (59°F-86°F).
FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Solution should be warmed to body temperature and admisinstered slowly. Entire contents should be used upon entering, as this product contains no preservative. Discard any unused portion. Do no use if solution is cloudy or contains precipitate.
Monitor animal’s condition closely. Re-treatment may be necessary. If there is no noticeable improvement within 24 hours following treatment, consult your veterinarian. Aseptic precautions should be observed.
| CALCIUM GLUCONATE |
calcium gluconate injection, solution
|Labeler — Phoenix (150711039)|
|Registrant — Nova-Tech, Inc. (196078976)|
|Nova-Tech, Inc.||196078976||manufacture, api manufacture|
Revised: 11/2019 Phoenix
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