Equine Coli Endotox®
Escherichia coli Antiserum
WHAT IS THIS PRODUCT?
- This antiserum is given orally to a foal to help provide specific antibodies against Escherichia coli.
Read and follow the product insert regarding dosage.
This product should be administered to foals less then 12 hours old.
Improper handling of the product or inappropriate administration could lead to ineffective protection against illness.
If you are unsure how to administer, request assistance or demonstration by your veterinarian.
STORAGE AND WARNINGS:
This product should be stored in the refrigerator and protected from freezing.
Keep this and all medication out of reach of children and other pets.
Call your physician immediately if you accidentally take this product.
POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS:
- All products have the potential to cause an immediate allergic or anaphylactic reaction. Affected animals may have a swelling, hives, changes in respiration, and display signs of agitation. This can be a severe and life threatening reaction, immediate treatment with epinephrine is often required.
CAN THIS DRUG BE GIVEN WITH OTHER DRUGS?
- Do not mix different medications in the same syringe.
- If your horse experiences any unusual reactions when taking multiple medications, contact your veterinarian
Contact your veterinarian immediately if you have accidentally administered more than the prescribed amount
WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW?
This product is not a replacement for colostrum. Ensure that your foal receives an adequate amount of colostrum as it is essential for the overall health of a newborn foal.
Notify your veterinarian if your animal experiences any adverse reactions to this vaccine.
As with all prescribed medication, Equine Escherichia coli Antiserum should only be given to the foal for which it was prescribed and all medications given should be properly documented for that individual.
Do not vaccinate food producing animals within 21 days of slaughter.
This is just a summary of information about Equine Escherichia coli Antiserum. If you have any questions or concerns about the antiserum or the disease it helps to prevent, please contact your veterinarian.