FENYLDEX The combination of phenylbutazone and dexamethasone enhance animal’s resistance during training
and exercise or working with high pressure
COMPOSITION Phenylbutazone Dexamethasone benzyl alcohol
edetate INDICATIONS – Optimal product for racing animals
Anti-inflammation, analgesic, antipyretic METHOD OF
ADMINISTRATION Apply 5 ml for 5 days – IM (suspend 7 days
before the race). IV and IM administration
– Horse and camel:
4 ml/100 kg BW – Dogs: 0.5 ml/10 kgs BW Withdrawal time:
07 days before slaughter Contra-indication: Do not use for
hypersensitive animals to any components PRESERVATION:
Store in a cool place and keep out of direct sunlight. FENYLDEX The combination of phenylbutazone and dexamethasone improves the resistance of animals during training and exercise, as well as while they are working under intense strain.
COMPOSITION Phenylbutazone Benzyl alcohol dexamethasone
Disodium FENYLDEX\sedetate INDICATIONS – The best product for racehorses.
Antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic ADMINISTRATION METHOD IM (suspend 7 days before the race): 5 ml for 5 days Horses and camels: 4 ml/100 kg BW IV and IM administration 0.5 ml/10 kg BW for dogs Time to withdraw: 7 days before to slaughter Use with caution in animals who are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients. PRESERVATION: Keep in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
The FENYLDEX medication must be given intramuscularly or intravenously every 24 hours, with intervals of 3 to 5 days at the veterinarian’s discretion, using a sterile and disposable syringe and needle. In the application, aseptic protocols must be followed. To treat discomfort associated with colic/endotoxemia in horses, give 1 ml of the product for every 45 kg of live weight, which equals 1.1 mg of Flunixin Meglumine. Warnings and Precautions: Doses of the product more than 10 mL should be divided into two or more application points. Follow the instructions for dosage and treatment time. Not to be used intra-arterially. Follow the storage directions on the package.