DEXA G RAPID – 10 ML (GANAGRO/CALASTREME)
Possibly one of the best dexas to apply hours before the race with the appropriate professional advice.
Is a Dexamethasone 21 phosphate- Blister vial per 10 ml.
Anti-inflammatory corticosteroid injection
DEXA G RAPID – 10 ML Administration:
Bovine: 5-20 mg per day
Equines/Camel: 2.5-5 mg per day
Do not exceed 5 days
Dosification & Administration for Race :
For safe application not detected pre-race: Shot 10 ml/each day for 5 days,
Last day before the race 1 shot.
Day of the race: to apply the day of the race, is professional application, Is risky and poorly applied can be detected, However, given the characteristics of this low dose dexa product, it´s one of the most recommended for the race.
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Bottle 10 ml, each Bottle ccontains 0.2mg
0.02mg/ml or 0.02 mg/cc ; 0.002%
DEXA G RAPID – 10 ML Clinical Information
Equine, Camel, cattle, goats and pigs.
Indications for use, specifying the target species:
In horses, Camels, cattle, goats and pigs:
– Treatment of inflammatory, allergic or shock conditions.
In cattle and goats:
– Treatment of primary ketosis (acetoneemia, pregnancy toxemia).
– Induction of parturition.
In the equine, Camel:
DEXA G RAPID – 10 ML
– Treatment of osteoarticular inflammatory states.
Don´t use in animals suffering from diabetes mellitus, hyperadrenocorticism, renal insufficiency and heart failure or suffering from peptic ulcers.
Don´t use in animals with infectious disease, unless appropriate anti-infectious therapy is administered at the same time.
Special warnings for each target species
In horses and Camels, dexamethasone should only be used at the beginning of the disease during laminitis.
See section “Use in the event of pregnancy, lactation or laying”.
Special precautions for use
I) Special precautions for use in animals
Administration of corticosteroids at the end of pregnancy may result in premature delivery or abortion in ruminants.
Except in the indications of acetonaemia and induction of parturition, the function of corticosteroids is to improve rather than cure. Therefore, it´s advisable to diagnose and treat the underlying disease. When used to treat shock, intravenous fluids should be administered to maintain circulation; An acid-base assessment must be carried out.
(II) Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the veterinary medicinal product to animals
In case of accidental self-injection, seek medical advice immediately and show the package leaflet.
Persons with known hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients should avoid contact with the veterinary medicinal product.
Pregnant women should not handle this veterinary drug.
(III) Other precautions
Undesirable effects (frequency and severity)
In prolonged use, corticosteroids such as dexamethasone may cause iatrogenic hypercorticism, polyuropolydipsia (PUPD), immunosuppression, bulimia and redistribution of the body’s lipid reserves.
The use of corticosteroids in lactating cattle and goats may lead to a temporary decline in milk production.
Induction of parturition with corticosteroids may be associated with reduced progeny viability and increased incidence of placental retention.
DEXA G RAPID – 10 ML
Use in pregnancy, lactation or laying
Studies in laboratory animals have demonstrated embryotoxic effects.
The use of corticosteroids in pregnant females is not recommended except in ruminants to induce parturition during the last third of gestation.
Drug Interactions and Other Forms of Interaction
Because corticosteroids can reduce the immune response to vaccination, dexamethasone should not be administered at the same time as vaccines.
Concomitant use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may increase the risk of ulceration of the gastrointestinal tract.
Dosage and route of administration
Intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous, intraarticular or periarticular routes.
Species Dose (mg dexamethasone / kg)
Equine, camel, cattle, goats, pigs 0.015 to 0.06 mg / kg (ie 1 to 4 ml / 100 kg)
The product can also be administered intra-articularly or peri-articularly. The recommended dosage is from 0.125 to 5 ml per animal depending on the weight of the animal.
Doses may be repeated as needed once 24-48 hours apart.
Induction of farrowing: