PRO-Enteric Triplex is recommended for the symptomatic treatment of diarrhoea. Thanks to the exclusive combination of its three active ingredients, the beneficial intestinal microflora are regenerated in these animals and stools become more solid.
Also a better digestive efficiency is facilitated, since a balanced flora is a source of digestive enzymes that help the enterocito to a better absorption of nutrients.
Each syringe of PRO-Enteric Triplex contains:
Available in syringes of 15 and 30 ml.
How does PRO-Enteric TRIPLEX act?
Enterococcus faecium (NCIMB 10415) is a probiotic that promotes the mechanism of competitive exclusion, combating the overgrowth of pathogenic microorganisms that cause diarrhea in pets. Through competitive exclusion, it prevents the pathogens from remaining in the intestine and obtaining nutrients, and thus recovers the normal intestinal flora.
The Prebiotic (PREPLEX) is the specific substrate for beneficial bacteria such as Enterococcus faecium. In administering the bacteria together with its specific substrate, enhances the beneficial effect of probiotic, increasing their viability. The combination of probiotic and prebiotic is called Symbiotic.
The kaolin is able to retain bacteria and toxins, preventing them from affecting the intestinal mucosa. The kaolin makes the feces more solid, as it also retains water. The pectin thickens the liquid feces, due to its ability to retain water and to normalize the intestinal peristalsis.
In pets presenting diarrhea, which may be caused by:
These causes can imbalance the intestinal flora, which is the primary defense barrier in the intestine. Diarrhea is the main symptom of intestinal disorders, as a result of the imbalance in the microflora. The processes of diarrhea can quickly lead to dehydration states, primarily in low-weight animals.
Instructions for use
Administer the following amounts orally, 3 times a day:
Puppies, Kittens and Rabbits 1 ml
Adult cats 2 ml
Adult dogs <10 kg 2 ml
Adult Dogs 10-30 kg 4 ml
Adult dogs> 30 kg 5 ml
The recommended minimum administration period is 3 days, as they are usually acute diarrhea, but this period may vary in each individual case and according to the instruction of the veterinarian.
An integrated management of diarrhea may also require rehydrating the animal to compensate the fluid loss, and an appropiate dietary management.
Instructions for proper administration:
1. Remove the lid.
2. Adjust the collar of the syringe to the required dose level.
3. Administer orally by the side of the mouth.
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