Med I.D. announces BIPS, capsules for in-clinic detection of obstructions and motility disorders, is now available in new packaging.
Med I.D. announces BIPS, capsules for in-clinic detection of obstructionsand motility disorders, is now available in new packaging. Each dose issealed in kraft-paper packets for added convenience, product protectionand easier dispensing. The recommended dosage remains the same-a set offour small capsules (collectively containing 10 large and 30 small spheres)for cats and small dogs; or one large capsule (containing the same numberof spheres) for administering to large dogs or to break open and dispersein food, the company says. BIPS are inert, white, low density, radiopaquespheres (5mm and 1.5mm) that show up clearly on abdominal X-rays. They'rea safe, alternative form of diagnosis to help private practitioners detectphysical obstructions (complete, partial, or linear), functional obstructions(ileus), delayed gastric emptying, and intestinal motility disorders, whichreduce the need for exploratory surgery, the company says.
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