Cat FIP Injection GS-441524 20mg/mL 5.5mL CAS 1191237-69-0
GS-441524 ready-to-use injections form
Concentration: 20 mg/mL
Volume: 5.5ml per vial
Shelf Life: 1 year at room temperature
Note: Please avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight
Recommended dosage:*DOSAGE IS BASED ON THE WEIGHT AND SYMPTOMS*
Ascites / pleural effusion: 0.5mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue
FIP(Wet):0.4mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue
FIP(Dry): 0.6mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue
Eye / nerve entry: 0.7mL/kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue
Recurrence: 0.9 mL/ kg * body weight kg + 0.1 residue
Precautions for injection
(1) Injection method.
Subcutaneous injection, 0.3mm fine needle is recommended.
(2) Make sure your cat gets enough water.
It is very necessary for your cat to get enough water before and after the injection. If your cat is severely dehydrated, the medicine may not be fully absorbed. If you suspect that your cat may be dehydrated, ask your veterinarian for help on how to get enough fluids.
(3) Choose the right injection site.
Find a piece of loose skin. Generally speaking, the skin between the neck and back of a cat is the most loose skin.
(4) Inject medicine.
If you notice blood or medicine coming out of the injection site, use a clean cotton ball to gently press the injection site until the secretion stops.
This should only take a minute or so, but if your cat moves around too often, it may take longer.
(5) Correctly dispose of used needles.
Do not put uncovered needles in the trash can, as this may cause infection to people.
How long is the treatment?
The recommended duration of treatment is 12 weeks. However, the actual duration of treatment may depend on many factors such as how quickly your cat responds to treatment, the degree of FIP infection when you start treatment, and your personal financial condition.
Can GS-441524 be used in combination with other drugs?
Yes, GS is an antiviral treatment, and can be used in conjunction with other medications to improve your cat's overall health. However, Lysine is not recommended for use in conjunction with GS. Fluoroquinolone class of antibiotics and flea treatments should be avoided during FIP treatment. Interferon has no effect on the treatment of FIP virus.
What should I feed my cat during FIP treatment?
Freshly cooked fish, poultry and natural foods. If your cat has diarrheas, consider switching to dry cat food for a few days until the diarrheas stops.
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