Sedalin oral gel

For the sedation of horses.

Description

PDF Product Sheet SEDALIN ORAL GEL

Composition                              

Each ml contains

Acepromazine 35.0 mg (as Acepromazine Maleate 47.5mg)  
Characteristics

Acepromazine is a phenothiazine derivate. This group of molecules belongs to the neuroleptics: they depress the nervous system and exert associated effects on the autonomic system. These effects are due to their interference with different neurotransmitter receptors (dopaminergic, adrenergic) and to their interference with hypothalamic performance. The desired effects observed after treatment with Acepromazine include a general tranquilizing effect, anti-emetic effect and a slight antihistaminic effect. There is no analgesic action. The neuroleptic effects are variable between individual animals.

Acepromazine is partly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract. It binds extremely well to plasma proteins and is extensively distributed over the body tissues. Plasma levels are usually low. Acepromazine is highly metabolized and excreted in urine. The sedative activity starts within 15 – 30  minutes and lasts up to 6 – 7 hours.