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Hepamiral, 5 ml

  • Cattle, dogs, cats
  • Hepatoprotective agent
  • Injectable solution
  • 50 mg of phosphatidylcholine per 1 ml of the drug
  • 5 ml

Promotes metabolism of lipids and proteins.
Improves the detoxifying function of the liver.
Helps to eliminate cholesterol from the body.

Ingredients: Hepamiral contains phosphatidylcholine as an active ingredient, 50 mg/1 ml, as well as excipients: deoxycholic acid, benzyl alcohol, sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide, riboflavin sodium phosphate, and water for injection.
Description: Transparent liquid of light yellow to yellow color, without visible mechanical inclusions.
Indications: Hepamiral is prescribed for cattle, dogs and cats as therapeutic and prophylactic agent in acute and chronic liver diseases (cirrhosis, hepatitis, hepatosis), as well as in gallbladder and biliary tract diseases of various genesis.
Contraindications: Hypersensitivity of the animal to the components of the drug.
The order of administration and dosage:
 "Hepamiral" is administered intravenously in the following dosages:
20 - 25 ml per animal per day in cattle, in severe cases 35 - 40 ml per animal; the daily dose can be divided into 2 administrations.
Dogs and cats: 0.1 - 0.3 ml/kg body weight per day, in severe cases 0.5 - 0.6 ml/kg body weight.
Before use, the drug is diluted 1:1 with 5% or 10% glucose solution. For intravenous drip injection, the drug is diluted in 250 - 300 ml of 5% glucose solution and administered at a rate of 40 - 50 drops/min. The drug solution should remain clear during the entire time of administration.
The duration of a treatment course depends on the severity of the disease, but must not exceed 20 days.
Withholding period: No withholding period is required for slaughter of animals for meat.
Milk derived from lactating dairy cattle receiving the drug can be used for human consumption without any limitations.
Storage life of Hepamiral in the appropriate storage conditions in the closed original package: 3 years from the date of manufacture.