OVUGEL- triptorelin acetate gel
JBS United Animal Health II LLC (formerly, Pennatek LLC)
For the synchronization of time of insemination in weaned sows to facilitate a single fixed-time artificial insemination. Not approved for use in gilts. Safety and effectiveness have not been evaluated in these animals.
OvuGel is a thin, clear to slightly hazy gel. Each mL of OvuGel contains 100 mcg of triptorelin (as triptorelin acetate) for intravaginal administration.
No withdrawal period is required when used according to labeling.
USER SAFETY WARNINGS:
Not for Use in Humans. Keep Out of Reach of Children. The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) contains more detailed occupational safety information.
ANIMAL SAFETY WARNINGS:
OvuGel should not be used in sows with obvious reproductive tract abnormalities.
Use of a bottle mount multi-dose applicator is recommended to ensure accurate dosing.
The use of adequate sperm numbers per insemination and proper semen storage, as recommended by the semen or artificial inseminator catheter suppliers, is recommended.
OvuGel should be administered intravaginally at approximately 96 hours after weaning. The product should be warmed at room temperature for a minimum of 10 minutes prior to use. Insert the delivery tube into the vagina so that the tip rests 1/2 inch (1-3 cm) posterior to the cervix. Use a separate sheath over the delivery tube for each sow treated. Each sow should receive a single 2 mL dose of OvuGel. Sows should be inseminated 22 +/- 2 hours following administration of OvuGel using standard artificial insemination techniques. Sows should be exposed to a boar during time of insemination. (See end of package insert for more detailed directions for OvuGel administration).
Store at refrigerator temperature 36-46°F (2-8°C). Excursions permitted to 77°F (25°C) for no more than 5 days during shipping.
OvuGel should be administered within 1 hour of warming; unused portions may be refrigerated immediately after use. The bottle stopper may be punctured a maximum of three times. Discard 28 days after the stopper is first punctured.
To obtain an MSDS, for technical assistance, or to report adverse events, contact JBS United Animal Health II at 888-842-7218 or www.ovugel.com. For additional information about adverse drug experience reporting for animal drugs, contact FDA at 1-888-FDA-VETS, or http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary.
triptorelin acetate gel
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