Injection intramuscular steroide

If you are unsure how your horse will react to the injection, it is best to untie the horse and hold its lead line or have someone else hold it. A tied horse which overreacts to the injection may pull back against the tie rope. The resulting pressure on the horse's head may cause it to panic, injuring the horse or the handler. If the horse does pull back during the injection, simply move with the horse and continue the injection when it calms down. If the horse tries to kick, pull its head toward you. This automatically swings its rear end away from you. Some seriously needle-shy horses may need to be distracted by a twitch (a restraint device which tightly grips the horse's upper lip and nose) or the chain end of a stallion lead run through the mouth or over the upper gum while the injection is given.

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Although potentially serious allergic adverse reactions such as anaphylactic shock may occur rarely during, or shortly after, parenteral administration of Pabrinex Intramuscular, such rare occurrence of serious allergic reactions should not preclude the use of Pabrinex Intramuscular in patients who need treatment by this route of administration. Initial warning signs of a reaction to Pabrinex Intramuscular are sneezing or mild asthma, and those treating patients need to note that the administration of further injections to such patients may give rise to anaphylactic shock. Facilities for treating anaphylactic reactions should be available whenever Pabrinex Intramuscular High Potency is administered.

Injection intramuscular steroide

injection intramuscular steroide

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