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FUROFIELD inhibits sodium reabsorption in the proximal convoluted tubules and in the thick ascending part of the Loop of Henle. By blocking the crucial sodium transport mechanism in this portion of the nephron, it inhibits the reabsorption of approximately 25% of the filtered sodium in the glomerulus. The segments located beyond this point of the Loop are unable to reabsorb the induced sodium ion overload, which is responsible for a powerful natriuresis and consequent diuresis. Promotes the excretion of Chlorine and Potassium. Its diuretic effect is independent of the patient’s acid-base equilibrium state. Dexamethasone has an anti-inflammatory and anti-stress activity. Clinical experience shows that edema is significantly reduced by this drug. The diuretic combination of Furosemide with the anti-inflammatory action of the corticosteroid has an effective activity in reducing the physiological edema of childbirth in the mammary gland and the reduction of edematous conditions accompanied by inflammation or not.

Furosemide 5 g.
Dexamethasone 21 phosphate 0.2 g.
Formulation agents c.s.p. 100 ml.FUROFIELD

It is a product intended for the treatment of edema reduction in general: pulmonary congestion and edema, cerebral edema, renal edema, gestation edema, pericardial edema, preputial edema, anasarca, ascites, hydrothorax, pre and postpartum udder edema.
Do not apply in case of acute systemic infections (unless specific antimicrobial therapy is established). Avoid attenuated vaccines. Do not administer to females in their third trimester of gestation due to the presence of dexamethasone, which could induce unwanted labor. It must be applied by a Veterinarian.
The product will be applied in the indicated doses, by slow intravenous or intramuscular route. Horses and Bovines: 2 to 5 ml every 100 kpv. Canines and Felines: 0.25 to 0.5 ml every 5 kpv or according to professional criteria and need. Interval between doses of 12 or 24 hours or according to the pathology to be treated and criteria of the acting professional.FUROFIELD


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