Heel Atropinum compositum ad us. vet. ampoules

  • Heel Atropinum compositum ad us. vet. ampoules

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Weight:5 ampoules x 5 ml

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Heel Atropinum compositum ad us. vet. ampoules


Injection Solution 5.0 ml (also for oral use)

1 ampoule of 5.0 ml (= 5 g) contains: Atropinum sulfuricum D4 500 mg; Cuprum aceticum D4 100 mg; Citrullus colocynthis D4 100 mg; Veratrum album D4 100 mg; Acidum arsenicosum D6 100 mg; Lytta vesicatoria D6 100 mg; Bryonia D4 100 mg.


Spasms  of  smooth  muscled  hollow  organs,  gastrointestinal  colic,  renal  colic,  spastic cough.

 None known.

Possible side effects:
Hypersensitivity reactions (or even anaphylactic reactions) may occur in isolated instances on the i.v. administration of foreign proteins in a concentration higher than D10.

No Interaction with other medications known

Withdrawal period:


According to species, the daily single dosage is as follows:
Horse, cattle, swine: 5 ml
Piglet: 2–3 ml
Sheep, goat: 2 ml
Large dog: 3–4 ml
Medium dog: 2 ml
Small dog, cat: 1–2 ml
Puppy: 0.5–1 ml
Small pets: 0.5 ml
In  cases  with  acute  symptoms,  the  indicated  dosage  can  be  repeated  once  after  a period of 6 hours.

Heel ampoules may be used for injection (subcutaneous, intramuscular or intravenous),  taken  orally  or  injected  to  acupuncture  points,  individually  or can be combined  with  other  Heel  injection  solutions.  The  normal  dosage  is  2  or  3  times  a week, in severe cases daily, sometimes several times a day, if recommended by a Vet, until improvement.
The advantages of an oral application of the ampoules, are  convenience  and  lack  of  complications since the  customer  himself  can  do this.

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