Concentrated electrolyte solution for prevention or treatment of diarrhoea in calves.
- Sodium 11,5 g / 100 mℓ
- Potassium 4,5 g / 100 mℓ
- Chloride 8,6 g / 100 mℓ
Dose: 80 mℓ per day in two feeds. Treat for two days or more.
Q : Can I use Rehydion® gel on lambs/piglets and what is the dose?
A: Rehydion ® Gel is not registered for use in these species but some people have used it successfully. Speak to your Veterinarian for details.
FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY
Reg. No. V18954 Act 36/1947, N-FF 1766
Soluble mineral and electrolyte supplement for calves
REHYDION® Gel is indicated for use in calves as an aid in the correction of electrolyte imbalances resulting from digestive disturbances such as diarrhoea.
The method of administration of REHYDION® Gel is practical and it can be diluted in either milk or water.
Composed of alkalinising agents, electrolytes and energy the formula has optimal palatability that aids milk or water uptake. REHYDION® Gel can be used without the interruption of milk feeding.
Store in a cool dry place below 25 °C.
Grams per 100 mℓ
As Sodium chloride and Sodium acetate
As Potassium chloride
As Sodium chloride and Potassium chloride
Keep out of reach of children, uninformed persons and animals.
Although this product has been extensively tested under a large variety of conditions, failure thereof may ensue as a result of a wide range of reasons. If this is suspected, seek veterinary advice and notify the registration holder.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Use only as directed.
REHYDION® Gel is intended for oral administration only.
Shake well before use.
Prepare a fresh solution before each administration. Remove lid and squeeze bottle until there is 20 mℓ in the measuring cap.
Mix 20 mℓ with 1 Litre of tepid milk or water.
To maintain electrolyte levels feed 2 litres of milk (or water) containing REHYDION® Gel twice daily for 2 days or more if necessary.
One 320 mℓ bottle = 1 calf for 4 days or 2 calves for 2 days.
12 x 320 mℓ
CEVA Animal Health (Pty) Ltd
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