Heel Discus compositum ampoules
Heel Discus compositum ad us. vet. ampoules
Heel Discus compositum is used for osteochondrosis, joint affections, especially in the spine region, e. g spondylosis, prolapse of the intervertebral discs (Disc herniation; dachshound)
Injection Solution 5.0 ml ( also for oral use)
Discus compositum ad us. vet.: 1 ampoule of 5.0 ml contains: Acidum ascorbicum D6; Natrium riboflavinum phosphoricum D6; Thiaminum hydrochloricum D6; Pyridoxinum hydrochloricum D6; Nicotinamidum D6; Discus intervertebralis suis D8 0.05; Funiculus umbilicalis suis D10; Cartilago suis D8; Medulla ossis suis D10; Embryo suis D10; Glandula suprarenalis suis D10; Pulsatilla pratensis D6; Mercurius praecipitatus ruber D10;
Sulfur D28; Cimicifuga racemosa D4; Ledum palustre D4; Gnaphalium polycephalum D3; Citrullus colocynthis D4; Secale cornutum D6; Argentum metallicum D10; Zincum metallicum D10; Cuprum aceticum D6; Aesculus hippocastanum D6; Medorrhinum-Nosode D18; Ranunculus bulbosus D4; Ammonium chloratum D8; Cinchona pubescens D4; Kalium carbonicum D6;
Sepia officinalis D10; Acidum picrinicum D6; Berberis vulgaris D4; Calcium phosphoricum D10; Nadidum D6; Coenzymum A D10; Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D6; Acidum silicicum D6; Acidum alpha-liponicum D8 0.05 ml each.
Contraindications: None known.
Side effects: None known.
No Interaction with other medications known
Instructions for use, route and duration of administration:
Discus compositum ad us. vet. is to be administered oral or by s.c., i.v. or paravertebral injection.
According to species, the daily single dosage is as follows:
Horse, cattle, swine: 5 ml
Large dog: 3–4 ml
Medium dog: 2 ml
Small dog, cat: 1 ml
Small pets: 0.5 ml
In cases with acute symptoms, the indicated dosage can be repeated after a period of 24 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.