Jun. 29, 2022
Veterinary drug packaging should have more functionality, and plastic veterinary syringes are such a multifunctional package. The lysine paste commonly used by cat breeders is the packaging of choice.
Feline Lysine Paste is a feline nutritional supplement developed and formulated for cats infected with or with feline herpesvirus, the causative agent of feline rhinotracheitis (feline flu). Feline herpes virus relies on arginine, an essential amino acid without which the virus cannot replicate. L-Lysine is also an amino acid. If it is given to animals as a supplement, it can compete with arginine, resist the growth-promoting effect of arginine on the virus, and inhibit the replication of feline herpes virus.
The plastic syringe is composed of a tube sleeve, a push rod, a piston, a protective cap, and a positioning ring. When the protective cap is tightly closed, it is a veterinary drug package, but when the protective cap is removed and the push rod is pushed, it transforms into a become a drug delivery tool. There is a standard scale on the push rod, turn the positioning ring to the appropriate scale, push the push rod to achieve drug delivery, and the push rod will stop pushing when it reaches the positioning ring, so that the dosage of the drug is well controlled, which is conducive to better efficacy of the drug and the healthy growth of pets.
In addition to being used as a packaging for cat lysine paste, the plastic paste syringe has a very wide range of applications in dairy cow mastitis medicine, horse medicine, cockroach medicine, etc. It is a versatile packaging form.