Darrow’s Solution is a pleasantly flavoured oral glucose-electrolyte mixture for small and large animals. The solution replaces fluids and electrolytes which have been lost in cases of diarrhoea and corrects the subsequent dehydration and electrolyte imbalances. It is readily accepted by convalescing animals and is of benefit to them.
When diluted as directed each ml contains potassium chloride 1.5mg, sodium chloride 2mg, sodium citrate 2.5mg and glucose 25mg.
Fluid, electrolyte and energy replacement following diarrhoea.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Dilute 1 part Darrow’s Solution with 10 parts water. The oral solution should be prepared daily. Discard any unused solution after 24 hours.
In patients with renal failure.
In patients with sodium restriction e.g. cardiac failure, hypertension, etc.
In patients with diabetes mellitus.
Do not mix with other electrolyte containing solutions.
BIOREM is a registered PROBIOTIC according to Act 36 of 1947. BIOREM contains large quantities of micro-organisms that are cultivated on a Lucerne medium.
Lactobacillus culture for treatment of diarrhoea in calves and lambs.
For the biological treatment of non-specific and nutritional diarrhoea in calves and lambs, for diarrhoea caused by certain pathogenic E.Coli; for replacement therapy after antibiotic treatment.
BIOREM contains large quantities of micro-organisms that are cultivated on a Lucerne medium.
The product looks like milled Lucerne, with a typical sour acetic smell. The species of lactic acid bacteria in BIOREM are specifically selected for their ability to multiply under conditions which are usually not very favourable to the conventional micro-organisms in the digestive tract, as well for their antagonism against specific pathogens.
WHY IS THE BACTERIA INCUBATED ON LUCERNE (alfalfa)?
Lucerne as a growth medium:
Reduces the cost of the growth process.
It conserves lactic acid bacteria exceptionally long.
Acute non-specific diarrhoea in calves and lambs can be treated more effectively with the dried product. The undeveloped rumen, which is frequently the source of infection, can be reached more easily. Dry food goes directly to the rumen.
It is completely safe and it does not contaminate the environment with chemical materials and antibiotic resistant organisms.