RETARDO ESTEROIDE For cattle, horses, dogs and cats, in inflammation caused by infections, allergies, injuries and other etiologies. In cattle it is also indicated in ketosis.
COMPOSITION FOR RETARDO ESTEROIDE:
Triacinolone acetonide ………………………………………… ………… 0.2 g
Vehicles and stabilizers QS … …………………….. ……. 50 ml
INDICATIONS FOR RETARDOESTEROIDE:
It is indicated for the treatment of inflammation caused by infections, allergies,
trauma or other etiologies in all target animals. Cattle: Ketosis.
TARGET ANIMALS : Cattle, horses, dogs and cats.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION Via: intramuscular or subcutaneous route.
Horses: 0.01-0.02 RETARDOSTEROID ml / kg BW in a single dose. (Maximum usual range: 6-10 ml
RETARDOSTEROID / animal.
Dogs and cats: 0.05-0.01 RETARDOSTEROID ml / kg bodyweight; in a single dose. Symptom remission
usually lasts 7.15 days. If symptoms recur, the dose may be repeated
Dairy cows: Treatment of intramuscular ketosis, 10 ml RETARDOSTEROID / animal in a single
reappear within 4 to 40 days after treatment, in this case the single dose.
no improvement, reconsider diagnosis. In some animals symptoms may repeat the dose.
Intra-articular or intrasynovial (arthritis) pathways:
Horses: 3-9 ml RETARDOSTEROID in a single dose. Repeat the same dose 3-4 days later if
Dogs and cats: 0.5-1.5 ml RETARDOSTEROID in a single dose. Repeat the same dose 3-4 days
later if necessary.
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR RETARDOESTEROIDE : Do not use in animals presenting bacterial diseases without concomitant
antibiotic therapy, fungus or virus. Renal insufficiency and / or liver failure. Congestive
heart failure. Osteoporosis and bone fractures. Diabetes mellitus. Degenerative or
corneal ulcer eye diseases . Cushing’s syndrome. Do not use in animals under immunological treatment.
Important: It is at the veterinary level, to be applied in cases of therapeutic urgency against so-called
SPECIAL WARNINGS FOR USE OF RETARDOESTEROIDE: Shake well before use. Do not administer concomitant therapy
with other corticosteroids. In case of infectious or parasitic diseases, administer with specific antibiotics or
antiparasitics. Prepare aseptically local for intra-articular injection before administration; Avoid injection
into the large blood vessels, nerves or soft tissues around the joint.
WITHDRAWAL PERIOD FOR RETARDOESTEROIDE: Meat: 21 days. Milk: Do not use.
Do not use in horses whose meat is intended for human consumption.
Crystalline RETARDOSTEROID is a suspension with rapid effects and prolonged activity. In proportion
to the dose, the glucogenic effect lasts longer than 5 days, while antiallergic,
antiproliferative anti-inflammatory activities will continue for about three weeks. At the same time, and in long-term treatments, interferences
with adrenal cortex mineral metabolism and function are almost nil at the time they are reversible
at the end of therapy. These are substantial advantages compared to prednisolone and dexamethasone,
whose interference with mineral metabolism is higher.
The main advantages of RETARDOSTEROID can be summarized as follows:
– The fast and prolonged activity effectiveness, over 2 to 4 weeks.
– Marked anti-inflammatory, antipruritic and antiallergic activity.
– Fast and prolonged symptomatic relief of joint pain, inflammation and other related symptoms.
– Anti-inflammatory activity 50 times higher than hydrocortisone activity: Glucocorticoid activity 83 times
higher than hydrocortisone activity; practically without mineralocorticoid activity; rare adverse reactions.
– Repetitive subsequen to quickly react therapy symptoms.
Steroid retardation is indicated for inflammation caused by infections, allergies, trauma and other etiologies. In cattle, it is also indicated in ketosis.
– Do not use in dairy females producing milk for human consumption.
– Do not use in horses whose meat is intended for human consumption.
– Do not slaughter the treated animal before 21 days after the end of treatment.
Intramuscular route. In cases of arthritis, intra-articular or intra-synovial.
Frequency of Use:
– Horses, with arthritis: The dose may be repeated 3 to 4 days later if necessary.
Administer the product by intramuscular or intraarticular injection.
Horses: 0.01 to 0.02 mL per kg body weight in a single dose (range 6 to 10 mL of product per animal).
Dogs and cats: 0.05 to 0.10 mL per kg bodyweight in a single dose. Remission may occur after 5 to 15 days. If symptoms persist, the dose may be repeated.
Dairy cows: To treat ketosis intramuscularly, administer a single dose of 10 mL per animal. If there is no response within 24 hours, reconsider the diagnosis. In some animals, symptoms return within 4 to 40 days after treatment. In these cases, repeat the dose. RETARDO ESTEROIDE RETARDO ESTEROIDE RETARDO ESTEROIDE
Intra-articular or intra-synovial route (in arthritis): RETARDOESTEROIDE RETARDOESTEROIDE
Horses: 3 to 9 mL single dose. The dose may be repeated 3-4 days later if necessary.
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Dogs and cats: 0.5 to 1.5 mL in a single dose. The dose may be repeated 3-4 days later if necessary.