ITEM IS CURRENTLY ON MANUFACTURER BACKORDER. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL FOR
ESTIMATED DATE OF AVAILABILITY: email@example.com 888.837.3626. Adequan I.M is recommended for intramuscular use in horses with
degenerative or traumatic joint dysfunction. It restores synovial fluid,
stimulates cartilage repair and decreases inflammation and joint pain. Contains 500mg of Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan for every dose. The recommended dose is 5ml every 4 days. Use for 28 days.
Thoroughly clean injection site prior to injection. Inject Adequan intramuscularly. If you have any questions or have difficulty injecting Adequan, contact your veterinarian.
Inject 500 mg (5ml) intramuscularly every 4 days for 7 injections. Use for 28 total days.
Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan (PSGAG)
Prescription drugs can only be shipped upon receipt of an original script from a licensed veterinarian. FarmVet.com can accept an original prescription in one of the following ways:
1) The original prescription may be mailed to: 1254 Old Hillsboro Rd, Franklin, TN 37069
2) A licensed veterinarian may fax the prescription to 615-574-6057. The fax must originate from the veterinarians office
3) A licensed veterinarian can call your prescription into the pharmacy 615-277-5602. Voicemail is acceptable. Prescriptions are refillable, if indicated by your vet, for up to one year from the original date. At the end of one year prescriptions must be updated. Written prescriptions must include the veterinarian's license number, telephone number, and address. Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts the use of Rx drugs to use by, or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
Prescription drug forms available upon request.
Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Do not mix with other drugs or solutions. Do not give your horse Adequan if they are pregnant or lactating. Consult your veterinarian before use if your horse has liver or kidney disease, blood clotting or coagulation disorders. Keep out of reach of pets or children.
If an allergic reaction occurs after treating your horse with Adequan, stop treatment and seek emergency veterinary help.