Balanced ionic solution of high energetic value.
High bioavailability Selenium, Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium salts, combined with high caloric value glucocydes - Glucono Delta Lactone.
Sodium Selenite Anhidre 0,0026 g
Magnesium borogluconate 28,6893 g
Calcium borogluconate 2,4080 g
Potasium Clorure 0,0700 g
EDTA Disodim 0,0500 g
Water for injection QEO 100,0000 mL
TOP RACE is an injectable ionic solution of high energetic value, used as support treatment for over-training syndrome and sport horse fatigue. TOP RACE compensates the ionic equilibrium and the balance of magnesium, calcium and potassium (essential elements in the body fluids medium, acid-based balance, muscular function and dynamic) and it restores losses due to sweating.
TOP RACE provides selenium, which improves the animal's performance and protects the integrity of the cells.
This combination of nutrients helps the animal to counteract the damaging effects of anaerobic exercise and concomitant metabolic acidosis.
• Sport horses: 50 a 100 ml IV. Total daily dose, before or after exercising.
This dose can be administered daily during the week preceding the competition.
• Check the animal's vital parameters before and during administration. If adverse reactions are observed, discontinue its use immediately.
• Administer the parenteral solution at ambient temperature.
• Do not administer in animals with hypercalcemia, hyperglycemia, or hyperkalemia.
• Consult your veterinarian.
• Shake before use.
• Recyclable container
• Destroy after use.
• Do not contaminate the environment.
• Keep the product between 10 and 30ºC, away from direct sunlight in a dry and hygienic place.
• Keep the conditions of asepsis and antisepsis before and during administration.
• Do not mix in the same syringe, cannula, or container, with any other compound different from the product (antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, anaesthetics).
• Keep out from the reach of children.
IV Injectable, before or after exercising.
530 ml/Vial. Multidose vial.
TOP RACE is indicated for:
• Supramaximal – training syndrome, muscular malfunction, post-operation processes with long periods of decubitus or after a long anaesthesia, prevention before and after intensive exercise fatigue, body fluids imbalances (electrolytic and acid-base), exhaust equine syndrome, 'flutter' or asynchronism or diaphragmatic fluttering, exertional rhabdomyolysis, 'Monday disease', white muscle disease, and as an energizing agent or complement of the nutritional balance in sport horses.
• Osteoarticular problems or developmental problems in young animals and before and after parturition in mares.
In case of poisoning or over-medication with hepatic damage.