26 Item Items
Warning: Last items in stock!
No reward points for this product.
|Active substance||Iron, copper, vitamin B1 (Thiamine), vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), vitamin B3 (Niacin), vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (Folic Acid), vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin), vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), vitamin E , vVitamin K3 (Menadione)|
|Composition||Crude protein 8.8%; crude oils and fats 14.3%; crude fiber 6.45%; crude ash 7%; sodium 0.27%; calcium 0.74%; phosphorous 0.5%|
Supra RC is intended for nutritional support in animals with iron deficiency or nutritional anemias; convalescence processes, states of inappetence and recovery; nutritional deficits; blood donor animals; nutritional support in pregnant and lactating females; and improving performance and delaying the onset of fatigue in sports or work animals.
Anemia is defined as a decrease in hematocrit, red blood cell count, or hemoglobin below the reference range.
Its main consequence is the decrease in the capacity of oxygen transport to the tissues.
Anemias can be classified as regenerative (implies normal production of red blood cells in the bone marrow) or non-regenerative (consequence of poor production in the bone marrow). The total reticulocyte count is used to determine the degree of regenerative response.
Some studies suggest that the frequency of anemias in the total may be 3.6% in cats, with more than half being non-regenerative anemias.
Non-regenerative anemias can have different etiologies: chronic blood loss, anemia of inflammatory disease, kidney disease, infectious causes such as feline leukemia, medullary aplasia ... Among them, we can also find iron deficiency and nutritional deficits.
Anemia due to iron deficiency can be due to chronic blood loss, inadequate intake of the mineral or insufficient absorption of it. In small animals, the main cause is chronic blood loss, with the gastrointestinal tract being the main source of these losses. Bleeding from neoplasms such as leiomyomas, leiomyosarcomas, or carcinomas, the use of ulcerogenic drugs, or inflammatory bowel disease are potential causes of chronic blood loss. Furthermore, both gastrointestinal parasites and ectoparasites can cause substantial blood loss, especially in puppies.
Young growing animals can have an iron deficiency if the diet does not provide the amount of this mineral necessary for development. Also, lactating puppies and kittens are more susceptible, due to the low iron content of milk. On the other hand, pathologies that occur with intestinal malabsorption can also cause iron deficiency in dogs. Iron deficiency anemia has also been described in animals frequently used as blood donors.
Oral iron supplementation is considered the safest and most affordable route in these cases.
Nutritional deficit anemias are rare in veterinary medicine, due to the improvement in the quality of canine and feline diets. However, it can be observed in some cases where inadequate home diets are administered, in animals with gastrointestinal problems that affect absorption or in lactating puppies.
How to use
To facilitate initial acceptance, the following strategies can be used during the first week:
Ingredients: Sugar cane molasses, sugar beet molasses, glycerin, soybean oil, porcine liver flour, soybean fiber, corn starch, sucrose, dicalcium phosphate, magnesium stearate, soybean oil, fish oil , salt, tocopherol mixture, rosemary extract.
Format: boat with 30 chews.
No customer reviews for the moment.