Sterile solutions for infusion
Glucose 5%

(for EXPORT sales)


Clear,  colorless  or  slightly  yellowish solution


Glucose – one of the most easily digestible sugars. It is well absorbed in blood, and the excess of it is in the liver and muscle, where is converted into glycogen. In the body, it breaks down with formation of energy that provides heat, the work of muscles and other tissues. Glucose stimulates the synthesis of hormones and enzymes in animals organism, increases the body’s defenses. In case of application of isotonic solution organism is replenished with fluid and easily digestible, valuable, nutritious material.


Тoxicoinfections,  infectious  diseases, various  intoxications  (drug  poisoning,  cyanide  and  its salts, carbon monoxide, aniline, hydrogen arsenic and other  substances),  liver  diseases  (hepatitis,  cirrhosis, liver dystrophy and atrophy), cardiac decompensation, pulmonary  edema  ,  hemorrhagic  diathesis  and  many other pathological conditions.To ruminants is appointed in case of gastrointestinal diseases with symptoms of intoxication, hypotension, atony of proventriculus, as well as  acetonemia,  postpartum  hemoglobinuria,  ketonuria and  toxemia.  The  product  is  a  component  of  various blood  substitute,  antishock  and  rehydration  fluids,  solvent for drugs in case of intravenous injection in order to reduce their toxic effects. Glucose solution is appointed to weak and emaciated animals as energy and dietary drug.

DOSAGE. Isotonic (5%) glucose solution apply intravenously  and  subcutaneously  at  the  following  doses  (ml per  animal):  cattle  –  600-3000;  horses  –  600-2400; sheep and goats – 100-600; pigs – 200-600; dogs – 50-500; cats – 25-250. The volume of dose and terms of application depend on the weight of the animal and disease.




Animal products after application of glucose solutions can be used without any restrictions.


Dry, dark place at temperature from 0°C to 25°C.

Expiration date – 2 years from date of manufacture.


Glass bottles 200 ml


100 ml contains active substance: glucose – 5 g