Cattle: Sedation, myorelaxation and analgesia at small surgeries; premedication before general anaesthesia.
Horse: sedation and myorelaxation; premedication before general anaesthesia
Red deer, fallow deer, roe deer: Immobilization and sedation of freely moving animals with a narcotizing shot; premedication before general anaesthesia.
Do not administer to animals with cardiovascular and pulmonary insufficiencies and failures and to hypotensive animals.
Do not administer to animals in a shock. Do not administer to animals with renal insufficiency, urinary tract obstructions and to dehydrated animals.
Do not administer to cattle, fallow deer, red deer and roe deer with reticulum dysfunctions, GIT motility failure and metabolic acidosis.
Do not administer to cows in the last trimester of pregnancy. Administration of xylazine to a pregnant cow in the last phase of pregnancy can induce a spontaneous parturition or abortion.
Bradycardia, reversible arrhythmia (especially in horses) and hypotension, bradypnoea to respiratory arrest.
Inhibited regulation of body temperature. Hyperaemia, especially in red deer, fallow deer, and roe deer.
Paradox excitation (at higher doses). Hyperglycaemia and polyuria with glycosuria (except horses).
Reversible local irritation at intramuscular administration. Increased salivation, inhibited motility of forestomachs, tympanites, inability to move the tongue, regurgitation in ruminants.
Uterus contractions in cattle. Changes in blood picture and biochemical parameters.