Restorative nutrition for herbivores and carnivores.
EmerAid Intensive Care Omnivore
Emerald Intensive Care Omni War
Developed by a panel of experts This includes exotic veterinarians. Emergency Clinic Veterinarian and Nutritionist
It is easily absorbed food. high fiber designed for sick animals
The EmerAid IC Omniwar is part of the EmerAid System for Exotic Animal Critical Care recovery diet, which is divided into three categories: carnivores, herbivores, and herbivores and. animal Use of these products alone or in combination Enables sick exotic animals to gain nutritional benefits.
Features and Benefits
Emerald IC Omniwar consists of
- all essential amino acids Makes proteins easier to absorb
-High levels of arginine and glutamine to meet the needs of debilitated sick animals.
- A blend of easily digested and absorbed simple fats and carbohydrates for energy.
- Unsaturated fatty acids Balanced Omega 3/6 Complex
-nucleotides in food to provide precursors of DNA and RNA
WARNING: EMERADE is scientifically designed for high digestibility. avoid contamination Should be kept completely dry, use a clean dry scoop. Do not use a combination spoon that is used for non-Emmered food. Contamination can cause the growth of harmful bacteria.
1. 400 g (3.5 oz) and 2 kg (5 lb) meals come with both large red scoops (1 tbsp. and 1 tsp. at the other end). Use the smaller end of the scoop to Prepare a relatively small volume of the recipe. To prepare a larger amount of EmerAid, use a portion of 1 tablespoon.
2. Measure lap level and not crowded. Gently sift the dry powder for easy mixing.
3. Mix the powder with hot water that measures 122°F (50°C).
4. Stir the ingredients vigorously to avoid clumping hot spots. people until smooth
5. Fill the syringe with the mixed food.
6. When mixed as directed, the food passes through an 18 gauge stainless steel feeding needle and a 5 Fr feeding line.
7. Feed the sick animal as soon as possible and always prepare the food within 30 minutes.
8. Keep the feeding hose. and syringe in warm water 103-105°F (39-41°C) until ready to feed.
in adult animals The stomach is approximately 30 mL/kg (3% of body weight). The initial feeding is usually one third to half the calculated dose. However, the amount and amount of feeding must be adjusted according to the animal species and patient condition.
Feed for 10 days or less unless advised by a veterinarian. For patients with difficult weight gain or conditions that do not absorb food. Emmered can be mixed with normal food to increase intestinal mucosal cell activity and enhance digestion. (The proportion of food that provides 25%-30% Emmerade; Regular food 70%-75%)
1. Discard the remaining mixed food. Re-mix every time you feed.
2. Wash and clean the syringe.