GS-441524 Injection is a powerful Remdesivir intermediate with a strength of 20mg/ml and 30mg/ml, designed for the treatment of Cat FIP. The product comes in a solution form, packaged in an injection, with a shelf life of 12 months. This product is highly effective and safe for the treatment of Cat FIP, making it an ideal choice for both pet owners and veterinarians.
GS-441524 Injection is a safe and trusted product, designed to provide fast and effective relief from Cat FIP symptoms. It is highly effective and cost-efficient, and provides long-term relief from the symptoms of this condition. This product is easy to use and is formulated to ensure maximum absorption of the active ingredient, leading to improved response rates in cats suffering from Cat FIP.
FIPNOPE GS-441524 Injection is an effective treatment for cats with Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP). It works to reduce the inflammation and infection caused by the virus, and helps cats recover from FIP. It is also used as an intermediate of Remdesivir, a drug used to treat severe cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
FIPNOPE GS-441524 Injection is an effective and reliable medication for cats suffering from FIP and for those needing an intermediate of Remdesivir. It is available in two strengths, 20mg/ml and 30mg/ml, and has a shelf life of 12 months.
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
Store at room temperature or Store at 2~4 ° C (Better). Avoid light. Shelf life is one year.
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.
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