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Easy option for digestive upsets in foals

Digestive upsets in the new-born foal can be a nightmare for horse breeders during the spring, with the associated problems of rapid weight loss and weakness. Now thanks to Diarsanyl, a practical innovation from CEVA Animal Health, protection couldn’t be simpler or more effective.

Diarsanyl is quickly and easily administered by oral syringe in a specially formulated palatable paste to enhance absorption. It works by protecting the intestinal mucosa which carries out the vital function of screening and separating the gut contents from the body. Containing montmorillonite, which is 90 times more absorbant than kaolin, Diasanyl can absorb gut toxins produced in digestive upsets. At the same time it delivers a dose of electrolytes and dextrose to boost energy and aid recovery.

Available in a ready to use syringe, Diarsanyl doesn’t require any preparation and the clearly calibrated plunger makes it failsafe to administer accurately every time. Each syringe contains sufficient for a complete three-day course of treatment, for excellent practicality and value. Diarsanyl can be obtained from your vet. For further product information contact CEVA Animal Health telephone 01494 781510, CEVA Animal Health Ltd, 90 The Broadway, Chesham, Bucks, HP5 1EG.


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