Duphalyte 500 ml Infusion fluid containing aminocids, vitamins, electrolytes for energy
Dufalight is intended for the maintenance therapy of weakened animals or animals with dehydration, especially in cases where the use of drugs inside is difficult. Application of the drug to productive animals and poultry during the feeding period improves growth rates, feed absorption and, by stabilizing the electrolyte balance, reduces the mortality of chickens. Amino acids included in Dufalayt are available material for the synthesis of blood proteins, antibodies, erythropoiesis and hormone transport.
Dufalight contains dextrose, which is necessary to supply the body with energy, electrolytes, to replace the salts lost by the body, as well as B vitamins to normalize the function of enzymes.
With intravenous, subcutaneous and intraperitoneal administration of the drug, the active substances that make up Dufalayt are quickly and completely absorbed. The drug is excreted from the body mainly with urine and bile.
The medicinal product contains in 1 ml of solution, at least:
Vitamin B1 – 0.10 mg
Vitamin B2 – 0.04 mg
Vitamin B6 – 0.10 mg
Vitamin B12 – 0.05 mg
Nicotinamide – 1.50 mg
d-Panthenol – 0.05 mg
Calcium chloride – 0.23 m
Magnesium sulfate – 0.29 mg
Potassium chloride – 0.20 mg
Amino Acids and Nutrients:
Dextrose – 45.56 mg
L-Arginine – 0.025 mg
L-Cysteine - 0.01 mg
Monosodium glutamate – 0.04 mg
L-Histidine – 0.01 mg
L-Isoleucine – 0.01 mg
L-Leucine – 0.04 mg
L-Lysine – 0.03 mg
L-Methionine – 0.01 mg
DL-Phenylalanyl – 0.03 mg
L-Threonine – 0.02 mg
DL-Tryptophan – 0.01 mg
DL-Valine – 0.05 mg
Methylparaben – 1.80 mg
Propylparaben – 0.20 mg
Phenol – 0.10 mg
EDTA – 0.15 mg
Sodium acetate – 2.50 mg
Citric acid (as a pH regulator)
Water for injection up to 1.0 ml
The drug Dufalight does not contain genetically modified products.
Dufalight is used for the prevention and treatment of hypovitaminosis, violation of protein metabolism, increasing the resistance of farm animals, including birds, as well as cats and dogs. Dufalight injection can also be used to prevent stress during transport or movement of animals and birds.
Doses and method of administration
The drug is administered using the following routes of administration and doses:
Method of administration:
Horses – slowly intravenously;
Cattle, pigs – slowly intravenously, subcutaneously, intraperitoneally;
Dogs, cats – slowly intravenously, subcutaneously;
Chickens (age 1 day) – subcutaneously.
Horses, cattle, pigs – up to 100 ml per 50 kg of animal weight;
Foals, calves, piglets – up to 30 ml per 5 kg of animal weight;
Dogs, cats – up to 50 ml per 5 kg of animal weight;
Chickens (1 day old) – 0.5-1.0 ml per chicken.
Dufalight can be used during pregnancy and lactation.
The medicinal product is compatible with all feed ingredients, feed additives and other medicinal products.
When using the drug in recommended dosages, side effects and complications were not identified.
Dufalight is contraindicated in animals with hypersensitivity to active substances.
Livestock products after application of the drug can be used for food purposes without restrictions.
Personal prevention measures
When working with a medicinal product, you should follow the general rules of asepsis, personal hygiene and safety measures adopted when working with medicinal products for animals.
After work, wash your hands thoroughly with warm water and soap. Smoking, drinking and eating are not allowed during work.
Empty bottles from Dufalight are disposed of. It is prohibited to use them for other purposes.
In case of accidental contact of the drug on the skin, wash it off with soap and water. If Dufalayta gets on the mucous membranes and eyes, they are washed with clean water.
In the manufacturer’s packaging in a dry, protected from direct sunlight and out of reach of children and animals, separately from food and feed at a temperature from 2 ºС to 20 ºС. The shelf life is 24 months.
The drug Dufalight should not be used after the expiration date. After the first opening of the bottle, the drug must be used within 28 days.