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Side Effects & Adverse Reactions
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT HANDLE THIS PRODUCT IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR NURSING OR SUSPECT YOU MAY BE PREGNANT. Accidental administration may lead to a disruption of the menstrual cycle. Avoid direct skin contact with the implant; if skin contact occurs, wash the affected area immediately with soap and water. The use of gloves is advised. As with all injectable drugs causing profound physiological effects, routine precautions should be employed by practitioners when handling and using Suprelorin® F (4.7 mg) Implant to prevent accidental injection. In case of accidental human injection, a physician should be consulted and the implant should be removed.
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Suprelorin® F (4.7 mg) Implant is indicated for the management of adrenal gland cortical disease in the male and female domestic ferret.
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Suprelorin® F (4.7 mg) Implant is a synthetic GnRH analogue (deslorelin acetate) in a biocompatible, slow release subcutaneous implant. The implant is a solid, opaque, white to pale yellow cylinder, 2.3 mm × 12.5 mm in length and weighing 50 mg. The Suprelorin® F (4.7 mg) Implant comes pre-loaded in an implanting needle. Each implant contains 4.7 mg deslorelin (as deslorelin acetate) in an inert matrix.
Chemical Structure – Deslorelin Acetate