Adequan i.m. Equine - Rx Item for clients only *Please see below for rebate info*

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  Prescription Required

You must be a verified client of Axel F. Sondhof, DVM,  or his associates to purchase prescription items from this site. At this time we do not accept prescriptions from other veterinarians.

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 *Save $20 for purchases made between March 1, 2024 through March 31, 2025**

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Adequan i.m. Equine is a prescription intramuscular injectable medication used to manage arthritis and joint pain in horses. With Adequan i.m., you can diminish destructive joint disease by reversing the joint disease cycle, restoring joint lubrication and reducing inflammation to help keep joints moving and horses performing.

Each 5 ml of Adequan i.m. Equine contains 500 mg of Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan (PSGAG) solution, for which there is no generic comparison.

The recommended loading dose of Adequan i.m. in horses is 500 mg (5 ml) every 4 days for 28 days, intramuscularly. For additional administration and dosing instructions, please consult your veterinarian and/or review package label insert.

How Available:

Single-Dose, 500mg/5 mL Vial, Multi-Pack (Box of 7 single dose vials)

Multi-Dose, 5000mg/50 mL Vial



 **Offer valid on 7-dose series of Adequan® i.m. (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan) solution for Horses with purchase of the 7-dose box or 50 mL Multi-Dose vial. Qualifying purchase(s) must be made during the promotion period of March 1, 2024 - March 31, 2025. Limit of six (6) submissions per name, address or household. Maximum total rebate of $120. Rebate requests must be received by April 30, 2025. See full terms and conditions and enter code AER2024 for details. Please consult with your veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment.