Hypersensitivity of an animal to the drug components. Avoid using the drug in animals suffering from renal, liver, heart failure, or hypovolemia (except for endotoxemia or septic shock).
Intra-arterial administration of Flunex to animals is prohibited
Due to the increased risk of a painful reaction, avoid administering more than 5 mL of the solution in large animals and 2.5 mLin small animals to a single injection site.
Avoid using the drug in pregnant females, animals younger than 1.5 months, or in pigs with the body weight of less than 6 kg.
Avoid using Flunex concurrently with other anti-inflammatory drugs or nephrotoxic agents.
After the treatment with Flunex, cattle can be slaughtered for human consumption at least 8 days after the drug was administered intravenously for the last time and 35 days after the drug was administered intramuscularly; horses - at least 8 days; pigs - at least 24 days after the last administration of the drug.
In the case of forced slaughter of animals before the established deadlines, the meat can be used for feeding fur-bearing animals.
The milk, obtained from the treated milked animals, may be used for human consumption no earlier than 60 hours after the last dose of Flunex was administered. Taken before expiration of the restriction period, the milk can be used for animal feeding after boiling.
3 years from the date of manufacture; after first opening - 28 days.