1. Milkfever complex in cattle and syndrome like a) Hypocalcaemia; b) Hypo magnesaemia; c) Hypophosphataemia; d) Hypoglycaemia e) Paraplagia.
Concentrated dextrose in Calmag – D helps to maintain protein and carbohydrate metabolism during lactation and combats acetonemia
Calmag – D offers calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Dextrose in the most ideal proportion to meet normal requirement of the lactating cows and buffaloes
It is desirable to warm the solution to body temperature before injection by placing the bottle in a hot water bath
Calmag – D is given slowly through intra-venous route. Administration should be interrupted for about 4 times. Each time thirty (30) seconds to prevent heart block.
Hence it is advisable to administer slowly with few interruptions.
Glass bottles of multidose 200ml & 450ml
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