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SynVet-50 Joint Medication for Horses

£115.99

For intra-articular treatment of lameness caused by joint dysfunction associated with non-infectious synovitis in horses.

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SynVet-50 50mg/2.5 ml Solution for Intra-Articular Injection for horses

 

Solution for injection.

Clear colourless viscous solution.

For intra-articular treatment of lameness caused by joint dysfunction associated with non-infectious synovitis in horses.

Do not use in case of joint infections.

For single intra-articular injection: 2.5 ml intra-articularly into medium sized and large joints. More than one joint may be treated at the same time. Excess synovial fluid should be removed whenever possible prior to injection. The injection should be administered under strict aseptic conditions. Ensure removal of dirt, hair, topical medicaments and soap/antiseptic residues. Intra-articular injections should not be made through overlying skin that is infected, blistered, damaged or otherwise compromised. A sterile dressing and clean bandage should be applied after injection, as appropriate for the particular joint treated.

Single dose syringes made ready for injection shall be used immediately; any unused portion of a syringe is to be discarded For best results, the treated horse should be box-rested for 2 days before gradually resuming a normal exercise pattern.