An ‘osmotic’ diuretic, ammonium chloride is an acid-forming salt. The ability of the renal tubules to reabsorb different electrolytes, particularly chloride, is exceeded by osmotic diuretics, which causes surplus electrolytes (mostly sodium and chloride) to emerge in the urine along with an increased volume of water.
WHAT MAKES RWR DIURETIC INJECTION A GOOD CHOICE?
Ammonium chloride can quickly cause a moderate transitory diuresis when administered intravenously. It can be used either alone or in concert with mercurial diuretics (the action of which it potentiates) to have a diuretic effect.
WHERE IS THE PRODUCT FOUND?
Several species of ammonium chloride also have expectorant, systemic, and urine acidifying effects. In the liver, it is converted into urea and hydrochloric acid.
RWR DIURETIC INJECTION: HOW DO I USE IT?
Administration and DOSAGE
450 to 500 kilogrammes for adult horses. 50 ml, or 0.6 mg/kg. Under the supervision of a veterinary surgeon, administer by gradual intravenous injection.
Periods of Withholding
Meat. Nothing. Racing. Regarding medicines, it is important to follow the rules set forth by the competent racing performance horse authority.
(Air conditioning) Store below 25°C. shield against light.
90368/128685 is the APVMA number.
50ml of injectable substance.