Meloxicam Injection 5 mg/100 ml
- Medicine Type Veterinary Injectables
- Physical Form Liquid
- Ingredients Chemicals
- Treatments & Functions Pain killer
- Recommended For Pets, Dogs, Goat, Sheep, Horse, Cattle
- Quantity/Volume 100 Milliliter (mL)
- Storage Instructions Store at room Temperature.
- Supply Ability : 10000 Unit Per Day
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Price And Quantity
- 12 Unit
- 60.00 INR/Piece
- Store at room Temperature.
- Pets, Dogs, Goat, Sheep, Horse, Cattle
- Pain killer
- 100 Milliliter (mL)
- Veterinary Injectables
- Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA)
- 10000 Unit Per Day
- 20 Days
- Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
- 100 ml Vials
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- WHO GMP
Meloxicam is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory(NSAID) prescribed by veterinarians to treat osteoarthritis and postoperative pain in dogs and cats, although it is predominantly used to treat canines. This medication is also effective in reducing fever.
How Does Meloxicam Reduce Pain?
Prostaglandins are the chemicals responsible for causing inflammation and pain. Meloxicam effectively relieves pain and inflammation by inhibiting the production of prostaglandins in the body. It also inhibits and phospholipase A-2which are responsible for inflammation and pain.
Meloxicam is an effective pain reliever when and requires a veterinary prescription. However, this medication should not bead ministered to a patient with a known allergy to it. It should also be avoided in animals suffering from dehydration, low blood pressure, a perforation of the stomach or intestinal lining or in animals with a history of bleeding disorders or ulcers. While meloxicam is approved for use in dogs, puppies under the age of six months have not been evaluated.
Meloxicam is generally well tolerated in dogs but the most common side effect is GI distress. Examples include vomiting, soft stools, diarrhea, and inappetence. While rare, other animals may experience more severe side effects like intestinal bleeding, black and tarry stools, intestinal perforation or stomach or intestinal ulcers, or renal toxicity.
Country of Origin
Made in India
meloxicam 5 mg / ml