ITPP Injection – Myo-inositol trispyrophosphate (ITPP) is used to increase the amount of oxygen in hypoxic tissues. Studies have shown that administration of ITPP increases the maximal exercise capacity. Myo-inositol trispyrophosphate (ITPP) is synthetic allosteric effector of hemoglobin that increases the regulated oxygen releasing capacity of red blood cells for increased energy and performance in race horses, greyhounds and camels.
Dosage and Administration: SHAKE ITPP INJECTION WELL BEFORE USING. For maximum results, administer 10ml ITPP Injection by SLOW intravenous or intramuscular injection along with 25ml DMG Injection by intravenous injection.(DO NOT MIX) 96 hours prior to event, then repeat at 24 hours prior to event.
Storage: REFRIGERATE. Store between 3-8 degrees C.
Myo-inositol trispyrophosphate (ITPP) injections are used to increase the amount of oxygen in animal’s hypoxic tissues. Studies have shown that administration of ITPP increased the maximal exercise capacity of these tissues. Myo-inositol trispyrophosphate (ITPP) is synthetic allosteric effector of hemoglobin that increases the regulated oxygen releasing capacity of red blood cells for increased energy and performance in race horses, greyhounds and camels. This product is brand new technology and will certainly give you the winners edge!
ADENOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE INJECTION is a potent vasodilator to increase the flow of blood to cardiac and skeletal muscles.
Actions: ADENOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE INJECTION is used as a potent natural vasodilator which produces a marked increase in blood circulation to both skeletal and cardiac muscles.
1. ADENOSINE INJECTION increases blood, nutrient and available energy supply to muscle tissues.
2. Vasodilation improves the removal of waste due to fatigue and cramping.
3. ADENOSINE INJECTION may help prevent heart strain during and after strenuous exercise.
By producing a marked increase in the blood supply to muscles and heart, adenosine increases the oxygen and essential nutrient supply to these areas during hard work and improves the efficiency of removal of waste products such as lactic acid to delay the onset of muscle fatigue. Because of its potent vasodilation effect on cardiac muscles, adenosine is effective in the treatment and prevention of heart strain and exercise induced changes in horses.
Indications: Production of coronary vasodilation in anticipation of severe cardiac load in athletic animals or in treatment of myocardial oxygen deficit (as evidenced by performance linked ECG changes)â€¦ muscle cramp, tying up prevention.
Form: Injectible/ injection use
For: Horses, Dogs and Camels
Dosage and Administration: Adult horses: Administer 10ml by intramuscular injection 24 hours and again 4 hours before hard work.