Flucor contains the active ingredient “Flumethasone” which belongs to the class of drugs known as glucocorticoids, which have potent anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive effects.
Flucor is used to reduce inflammation and alleviate allergy-related symptoms in the body. The anti-inflammatory aspect of Flucor helps to decrease swelling, pain, and redness in various conditions such as arthritis, injuries, or other inflammatory disorders. It works by inhibiting certain chemicals in the body that contribute to the inflammatory response. On the other hand, the anti-allergic property of Flucor helps to counteract allergic reactions. It can be beneficial for hay fever, allergic rhinitis, and allergic skin conditions. Flucor blocks the release of histamines and other substances that trigger allergic responses, thus providing relief from symptoms like sneezing, itching, and a runny nose.
Bovine - horses - sheep and goats - dogs - cats
Each ml contains:
Flumethasone 0.5 mg.
It is indicated as a therapeutic agent in the following:
-Infections: administer as support therapy in pneumonia, metritis, mastitis, hemorrhagic septicemia, puerperal complications, peritonitis, mumps, rheumatic infections, pododermatitis, and bacterial conditions in general, provided it is accompanied by concomitant antibacterial therapy.
- Myositis (where there are no permanent structural changes). Dermatosis, and peritoneal adhesion prophylaxis.
- Allergic conditions: Urticarias, allergic eczema, acute pulmonary episema of bovines, generalized pruritus, dermatosis, and dermatitis.
- Toxemias, poisonings: insects’ sting. Support therapy in accidents with poisonous animals.
Cattle: 2.5 to 10 ml.
· Equines: 2.5 to 5 ml.
· Pigs: 0.25 to 5 ml.
· Sheep and goats: 1 to 2 ml.
· Canines: 0.1 to 0.5 ml.
· Felines: 0.06 to 0.25 ml.
The dose can be repeated at intervals of 2 to 3 days. If after 5 days of treatment, the animal does not show improvement, the diagnosis should be reconsidered by your Veterinarian.
Route of Administration:
Intramuscular, subcutaneous, intravenous and intra-articular.
Prolonged treatment should be carried out under the supervision of your vet. As side effects, it can cause immunosuppression, polyuria, and polydipsia.
10 ml Bottle