Ara Arthrite - Injektionssuspension für Kälber

Hauptinformation

  • Handelsname:
  • Ara Arthrite - Injektionssuspension für Kälber
  • Einheiten im Paket:
  • 10 x 6 (5 ml Fertigspritzen) , Laufzeit: 24 Monate
  • Verschreibungstyp:
  • Arzneimittel zur wiederholten Abgabe gegen aerztliche Verschreibung
  • Verwenden für:
  • Tiere
  • Art der Medizin:
  • allopathic Droge

Dokumenten

Lokalisierung

  • Erhältlich in:
  • Ara Arthrite - Injektionssuspension für Kälber
    Österreich
  • Sprache:
  • Deutsch

Therapeutische Informationen

  • Produktbesonderheiten:
  • Abgabe durch eine (öffentliche) Apotheke; TGD (Abgabe im Rahmen des Tiergesundheitsdienstes (TGD) erlaubt)

Weitere Informationen

Status

  • Quelle:
  • AGES
  • Zulassungsnummer:
  • 8-00518
  • Berechtigungsdatum:
  • 25-02-2002
  • Letzte Änderung:
  • 30-11-2018

Packungsbeilage: zusammensetzung, kinische angaben, nebenwirkungen, wechselwirkungen, dosierung, schwangerschaft, stillzeit

PACKUNGSBEILAGE

ARA ARTHRITE

Injektionssuspension für Kälber

1.

NAME

UND

ANSCHRIFT

DES

ZULASSUNGSINHABERS

UND,

WENN

UNTERSCHIEDLICH,

DES

HERSTELLERS,

DER

FÜR

DIE

CHARGENFREIGABE

VERANTWORTLICH IST

Laboratoires SEXMOOR

ZI de la Massane

F-13210 SAINT REMY DE PROVENCE

FRANKREICH

2.

BEZEICHNUNG DES TIERARZNEIMITTELS

ARA ARTHRITE – Injektionssuspension für Kälber.

3.

ARZNEILICH WIRKSAME(R) BESTANDTEIL(E) UND SONSTIGE BESTANDTEILE

5 ml Injektionssuspension enthalten:

Arzneilich wirksame Bestandteile:

Ölsäure................................... 43.75 mg

Palmitinsäure......................... 27.00 mg

Stearinsäure........................... 20.00 mg

Sonstige Bestandteile:

Erdnussöl, Natriumhydroxid

4.

ANWENDUNGSGEBIET(E)

Zusatzbehandlung zur Antibiotikatherapie bei infektiöser Kälberarthritis.

5.

GEGENANZEIGEN

Überempfindlichkeit gegen Bestandteile des Präparates.

6.

NEBENWIRKUNGEN

intramuskuläre

Injektion

Produktes

kann

Injektionsort

Entzündungen

verursachen,

jedoch

keine

klinischen

Folgen

haben.

Diese

Entzündungen

gehen

üblicherweise 4 Tage nach der letzten Verabreichung wieder zurück.

Falls Sie Nebenwirkungen bei Ihrem Tier/Ihren Tieren feststellen, insbesondere solche, die

nicht in der Packungsbeilage aufgeführt sind, teilen Sie diese Ihrem Tierarzt oder Apotheker

mit.

7.

ZIELTIERART

Rinder (nicht wiederkäuende Kälber)

8.

DOSIERUNG FÜR JEDE TIERART, ART UND DAUER DER ANWENDUNG

Zur intramuskulären Injektion in die Nackenmuskulatur.

Dauer der Anwendung:

5 mal im Abstand von 48 Stunden, wobei bei der ersten Applikation10 ml, bei den weiteren

Applikationen jeweils 5 ml zu verabreichen sind.

9.

HINWEISE FÜR DIE RICHTIGE ANWENDUNG

Die Injektionssuspension soll bei der Anwendung Raumtemperatur (15-25°C) aufweisen.

Nur sterile Nadel verwenden.

10.

WARTEZEIT

Nicht erforderlich.

11.

BESONDERE LAGERUNGSHINWEISE

Arzneimittel außer Reich- und Sichtweite von Kindern aufbewahren.

Nicht über 25°C lagern.

Vor Licht schützen.

12.

BESONDERE WARNHINWEISE

Da keine Kompatibilitätsstudien durchgeführt wurden, darf dieses Tierarzneimittel nicht mit

anderen Tierarzneimitteln gemischt werden.

Besondere Vorsichtsmaßnahmen für den Anwender

Bei versehentlicher Selbstinjektion ist unverzüglich ein Arzt zu Rate zu ziehen und die

Packungsbeilage oder das Etikett vorzuzeigen.

13.

BESONDERE VORSICHTSMAßNAHMEN FÜR DIE ENTSORGUNG VON NICHT

VERWENDETEM

ARZNEIMITTEL

ODER

VON

ABFALLMATERIALIEN,

SOFERN

ERFORDERLICH

Nicht

verwendete

Tierarzneimittel

oder

davon

stammende

Abfallmaterialien

sind

gefährlicher Abfall zu behandeln und gemäß den geltenden Vorschriften einer unschädlichen

Beseitigung zuzuführen. Leere Packungen sind mit dem Hausmüll zu entsorgen.

14.

GENEHMIGUNGSDATUM DER PACKUNGSBEILAGE

Juni 2007

15.

WEITERE ANGABEN

Falls weitere Informationen über das Arzneimittel gewünscht werden, setzen Sie sich bitte

mit dem Zulassungsinhaber in Verbindung.

Laboratoires SEXMOOR

ZI de la Massane

F-13210 SAINT REMY DE PROVENCE

FRANKREICH

Tel. : +33 (0)4 90 92 17 79

Fax : +33 (0)4 90 92 54 87

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