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Restoring Gut Motility & Normal G-I Function
HELPFUL IN RESTORING:
Oral Administration: Easy to use - Just insert the tip into the corner of the horse’s mouth, Tip up and squeeze giving the horse time to swallow entire 4 oz. bottle.
Suggested Use: 1st sign(s) of digestive distress for immediate intervention at onset of bout.
Feeding: Adult horses 4oz, Foals 2oz.
1 - Softens & Quickly reduces an impaction
2 - Hydrates dehydrated bowels
3 - Replaces Ionic Solutions necessary to Restore Motility
4 - Relieves the pressure on distended bowels
Temperature � 99-101.0
Pulse/Hear Rate � 32-44 beats per minute
Respiratory Rate � 8-16 breathes per minute at rest
Capillary Refill Time � Less than 2 seconds
Mucous Membranes � Pale pink
Before assessing your horse’s vital signs, it is important to establish normal behavior for your horse.� Spend time observing your horse so that even subtle changes will be easily spotted.� Become familiar with the following:
Be familiar on how to properly measure your horse’s rectal temperature, pulse rate, and respiratory rate, capillary refill time, and mucous membranes.� In the event of an illness or emergency situation, this information along with your daily observations will enable you to have a more complete medical history. Know your horses vitals before an emergency occurs.
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