Vetocaína A2 local anesthesic

Vetocaína A2

Local anesthesic

Camels Canines Goats Horses Felines Sheep Swine Cattle Injectable Solution

Lidocaine hydrochloride 20 mg, Adrenaline bitartrate 0.04 mg, excipients q.s. ad 1 mL.

As a local anesthetic by infiltration (epidural or paravertebral) in cesarean deliveries, tail docking, castration, testing and diagnosis of lameness in horses. For conductive anesthesia, nerve block (such as the intercostal, mandibular and brachial plexus nerves) and subarachnoid, intra-articular infiltration, to control clinical pain. As local anesthesia for diagnostic and exploratory purposes. The poweful vasoconstrictor action of adrenaline gives an antihemorragic effect at the time of surgery, further prolonging the anesthetic effect of lidocaine.

Nerve or conduction block: diagnosis injections in horses and cows: 5 - 10 mL, anesthesia of cornual nerve of the cow (dehorning): 8 - 10 mL in each side. Infiltration anesthesia: In cases of repeated administration, the total volume administered should not exceed 0.5 mL/kg of b.w., cats: 1 mL; dogs: 1 - 2 mL, horses: 100 - 200 mL per site of surgery. Sacral anesthesia: For surgery on standing animals: Horses: 5 - 10 mL (slow administration), cows: 4 - 6 mL (low administration), sheep, goats, camelids: 2 - 3 mL (slow administration). Epidural anesthesia: For surgery on lying animals: Horses: 25 - 75 mL (slow administration), cows: 15 - 60 mL (slow administration), small animals: 1.5 mL/10 cm of spinal column length (slow administration).
Bottle x 100 mL .

SENASA Registry: SENASA Perú: F.59.01.N.0007

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