Each ml. contains

Chlorpheniramine Maleate I.P.                   10 mg.

Chlorbutol I P.                                        0.5%w/v

(as preservative)

Water for injection I.P                                      Q.S.


Chlorpheniramine is used to prevent allergic reactions and for pruritus therapy in dogs and cats. In addition to the antihistamine effect for treating allergies, these drugs block the effect of histamine in the vomiting center, vestibular center, and other centers that control vomiting in animals.

Adverse Reactions and Side Effects
Sedation is the most common side effect.  Antimuscarinic effects (atropine-like effects) also are common, such as the dry mouth and decreased GI secretions.

.         Reactions and other drug Allergies and Anaphylactic Shock.

  • Allergic Reaction and Allergic Disorders with the manifestation of

acute respiratory signs.

. Rhinitis. Dyspnoea, Pulmonary Emphysema, Pulmonary Edema, Asthma and hay Fever.

.         Eczema, Moist Eczema, Various types of Dermatitis, Urticaria,

Insect Bite, Tail Eczema in Horses, Toxic Hoof corns and Burns.

.         Ruminal Atony, Tympani and Blot in ruminants.

.         Puerperal Toxemia and Secondary Placental Retention. Acute

Septic metritis and Gangrenous Mastitis.



Large animal             :          3-5 ml.

Small animal              :          1-2 ml.

Dog and Cat              :       0.5-1 ml.

Or as directed by the veterinarian


30 ml., 100 ml. Vial