Calcium Borogluconate 20%

Cattle
Small cattle
Pets
Swine
Calcium gluconate, boronic acid, sodium tetraborate

The drug does not cause irritation

The drug can be applied subdermally

  • Description
  • A drug with a desensitizing, detoxifying and anti-inflammatory action.

    Appearance: a colorless or pale yellow transparent liquid.

    The drug is available in 100 and 250 ml glass bottles.




  • Composition
  • Composition

    1 ml Calcium borgluconate = 200 mg calcium gluconate, 18,5 mg boronic acid, 13 mg sodium tetraborate
  • Pharmacological properties
  • Pharmacological properties

    The pharmacological activity of calcium borogluconate on animals is similar to that of calcium chloride. It has a desensitizing, anti-toxic and anti-inflammatory effect; increases the level of ionized calcium in blood, stimulates metabolism, strengthens the heart muscle. In contrast to calcium chloride, calcium borogluconate does not irritate tissues at the injection site, so it can be used for subcutaneous administration.




  • Indications
  • Indications

    The pharmacological activity of calcium borogluconate on animals is similar to that of calcium chloride. It has a desensitizing, anti-toxic and anti-inflammatory effect; increases the level of ionized calcium in blood, stimulates metabolism, strengthens the heart muscle. In contrast to calcium chloride, calcium borogluconate does not irritate tissues at the injection site, so it can be used for subcutaneous administration.




  • Dosage and route of administration

    Calcium borgluconate after being heated up to 35-37°C shall be introduced intravenously (slowly) or subdermally with the dose being 0.5 ml per kg. In the case of subdermal injection, the drug shall be introduced intermittently in several places of the animals body. Calcium borglucnate shall be applied once, and, if necessary, once more after 24 hours with the dose being the same.

    Maximal single dose values (ml):

    Bovine cattle

    250-300

    Horses

    150-200

    Small cattle

    50-100

    Pigs

    30-100

    Dogs

    5-25

  • Dosage and route of administration
  • Dosage and route of administration

    Calcium borgluconate after being heated up to 35-37°C shall be introduced intravenously (slowly) or subdermally with the dose being 0.5 ml per kg. In the case of subdermal injection, the drug shall be introduced intermittently in several places of the animals body. Calcium borglucnate shall be applied once, and, if necessary, once more after 24 hours with the dose being the same.

    Maximal single dose values (ml):

    Bovine cattle

    250-300

    Horses

    150-200

    Small cattle

    50-100

    Pigs

    30-100

    Dogs

    5-25

  • Restrictions
  • Restrictions

    Livestock products can be used without restrictions.



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