CHLOROSTIN

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CHLOROSTIN

DESCRIPTION:
Chlorpheniramine
is a  first-generation  alkylamine  antihistamine  used  in  the prevention of the symptoms of allergic conditions.Its sedative effects are relatively weak compared to other first-generation antihistamines. Chlorpheniramine is one of the most commonly used antihistamines in small-animal veterinary practice.

COMPOSITION:
Each ml contains:

Chlorpheniramine Maleate IP : 10 mg
Phenylmurcuric Nitrate IP : 0.002 %( w/v)
(As preservative)
Water for injection IP : q.s.

FEATURES:

  • Rapid onset of action

  • Longer duration of action

  • Better tissue penetration

  • Anti histaminic and completely blocks release of Histamine

  • Ten times more potent than Pheniramine maleate

INDICATIONS:

  • Inflammatory conditions like dermatitis, rhinitis, itching,

  • Laminitis, pruritus, mastitis, burns, drug reactions, stomatitis etc.

  • Ruminal atony in cattle.

  • Anaphylactic shock and hypersensitivity reactions,

  • Insect bite and excessive histamine release.

USES:
Pruritus (itching) and as a mild sedativ.

DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION:
Cattle
: 30-50 mg (Total dose)
Sheep, Goat & Pigs : 10-20 mg (Total dose)
Dog : 0.4-2 mg/kg b. wt twice daily
or as directed by veterinarian.

ROUTE:
For I/M & I/V.

PRESENTATION:
30 ml, 100 ml vials