Itching of unknown genesis and of various localizations, eczema, dermatitis, urticaria, skin oedema, insect bites,
photodermatitis, rhinitis, tail eczema in horse, stomatitis, toxic hoof corns and inflammation of the hooves of cattle, serum shock, paresis during pregnancy, puerperal toxemia and secondary retention, pulmonary oedema in cattle, pulmonary emphysema in horse, toxic hypopepsia etc.
The efficacy of Alarvet has also been demonstrated in drug allergies, anaphylactic shock, laminitis, bloat in ruminants due to histamine atony of rumen and also in the treatment of acute septic metritis in cow in conjunction with antibacterial therapy.
Dosage & Administration
Large animals (Cattle, Buffalo & Horse): 5 to 10 ml
Small Animals (Goat & Sheep): Â½ to 1 ml
The dosage should be adjusted individually. If possible small doses are given first because it has often been shown that antiallergic drugs are effective in comparatively small dosage.
Alarvet may be administered intramuscularly or intravenously. The onset of action depends on the mode of administration. Mostly there is an immediate effect on intravenous administration; on intramuscular administration, it takes about 10-20 minutes for the effect to set on. Injection may be repeated after 8-12 hours, if necessary.
Or as directed by the registered veterinarian.
For veterinary use only