Calcium Gluconate Injection (box of 1 vial)
Calcium Gluconate Injection (box of 1 vial)
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Calcium Gluconate Injection

Calcium Gluconate Injection is a parenteral calcium supplement used to treat conditions caused by hypocalcemia. AdvaCare Pharma manufactures this veterinary product in its GMP/ISO-certified facilities.



What is Calcium Gluconate?

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Active Ingredients: Calcium Gluconate

Calcium Gluconate Injection is used to treat or prevent hypocalcemia associated with many conditions, such as eclampsia, hypoparathyroidism, and renal failure. It is indicated for conditions like milk fever or paresis puerperalis. This drug may be used for many types of animals, including dogs, horses, cows, goats, sheep and pigs.

Calcium Gluconate is well-absorbed by parenteral administration, and it is an efficient method of providing a high level of calcium to afflicted animals.

Calcium Gluconate is a mineral that contains 9.3% calcium (about one-third of the calcium that is in calcium chloride). It is the calcium salt of gluconic acid, which is an oxidation product of glucose.

It is important to note that Calcium Gluconate Injections are intended for animal use only and should be prescribed by veterinary doctors or animal care specialists only. This drug is not for human use.

AdvaCare Pharma is a GMP-certified manufacturer of Calcium Gluconate Injection. We offer a broad range of high-quality veterinary medications available for distribution.

Why are we a trusted Calcium Gluconate manufacturer?

Calcium Gluconate Injection is manufactured and globally distributed by AdvaCare Pharma, a leading manufacturer of veterinary injections in the pharmaceutical industry. We have been committed to distributing high-quality, GMP-certified veterinary medications for the global market for the past 20 years. To ensure that our products meet and surpass our distributors' requirements, we carry out routine internal and third-party facility audits.


What is Calcium Gluconate used for?

It's used to treat or prevent hypocalcemia and conditions related to calcium deficiency, such as milk fever.

What animals can be treated with Calcium Gluconate Injection?

This medicine is recommended for horses, dogs, and livestock such as cows, sheep, and pigs.

How is a Calcium Gluconate Injection used?

This medication has been manufactured as a sterile, non-pyrogenic liquid, which is packaged in a vial. It is intended to be administered by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection. Calcium Gluconate Injection is intended for veterinary use only.

How should Calcium Gluconate Injection be stored?

This medication should be stored in a dark, dry location under 30°C. The vial should be sealed tightly.


How much Calcium Gluconate Injection should be given to cattle?

The usual dose is 250-500ml (Calcium Gluconate 25%), given via slow IV infusion.

How much Calcium Gluconate Injection should be given to sheep?

The usual dose is 1-2ml per kg of body weight. Do not exceed 100ml per injection site.

Side Effects

As with all pharmaceuticals, some unwanted effects can occur from the use of Calcium Gluconate Injections.

Some common side effects may include but are not limited to:

  • skin or tissue reaction after IM/SC
  • vein irritation after IV
  • dizziness
  • sweating or feelings of warmth

Serious side effects may include:

  • allergic reaction (skin rash, fever, facial swelling, or difficulty breathing)
  • hypotension
  • cardiac arrhythmias
  • cardiac arrest

For a comprehensive list of all possible effects of Calcium Gluconate Injections, consult a veterinary physician.


Do NOT use Calcium Gluconate Injection for animals that:

  • have a known allergy or hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
  • have ventricular fibrillation or hypercalcemia.

Treatment with this drug should be administered with caution in animals that;

  • have respiratory failure or respiratory acidosis.
  • have heart or kidney problems.
  • have digitalis glycosides.
  • are being treating with calcitriol. (dogs)

There are many known interactions between Calcium Gluconate and other drugs, including calcium channel blockers, digoxin, magnesium sulfate, neuromuscular blockers, and potassium supplements.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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