Vytrate Scour Sachets

Vytrate Scour Sachets

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Vytrate is a non-antibiotic supportive treatment for scouring or dehydrated calves, lambs, pigs & piglets, foals, dogs, and cats. Vytrate reduces scour duration and severity by replacing lost fluids and electrolytes.

Each duo sachet contains:

  • 44.61 g Glucose
  • 8.58 g Sodium Chloride
  • 6.18 g Glycine
  • 4.08 g Potassium Phosphate Monobasic
  • 0.48 g Citric Acid Monohydrate
  • 0.12 g Potassium Citrate

Reconstitution/ Dilution

Sections 1 and 2 must be used together.
Add the contents of section 1 and section 2 to 2 litres of warm water. Stir until dissolved.
To prepare 500 mL, add 1 level 5 mL medicine spoonful of powder from section 1 and 3 heaped spoonfuls of powder from section 2. Refrigerate remaining solution after use and use within 24 hours. Prepare fresh solution daily.

Horses
Foals
Administer solution, made up as directed, orally to scouring or dehydrated foals by drenching using a bottle or stomach tube. As a guide, 1 to 2 litres of fresh Vytrate solution 2 to 3 times daily, depending on bodyweight and severity of the symptoms, has been reported as a suitable dosage regimen for neonatal foals.
Cats, Dogs
Vytrate solution, reconstituted as directed, should be made available to diarrhoeic or dehydrated animals as supportive therapy following specific treatment for the conditions described.
Many dogs find Vytrate palatable and will drink the solution voluntarily. Palatability for cats is variable. Vytrate may also be administered orally via dosage syringe. Treatment should be continued for 1 to 2 days after the animal appears clinically recovered and is feeding normally. As a guide, the following dosage regimens of prepared Vytrate solution are recommended:-
Cats, miniature dogs (<5 kg)
125 mL 2-3 times daily
Small dogs (5 – 10 kg)
250 mL 2-3 times daily
Medium dogs (11 – 20 kg)
500 mL 2-3 times daily
Large dogs (>20 kg)
750 mL 2- 3 times daily

Note:
When specific disease control (i.e. antibiotic therapy) is indicated, it can be administered in conjunction with Vytrate. Stressed and scouring animals requiring rehydration are at risk of multiple organ dysfunction. It is strongly recommended that veterinary advice is sought when considering treating dehydrated animals.


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