Each ml contains
Nimesulide BP – 100 mg.
Paracetamol IP – 150mg.
Propylene glycol IP – q.s.
King- NP is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) with selective cyclo-oxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzyme inhibiting property. It has potent analgesic, anti pyretic and anti-inflammatory activity on oral and rectal administration. By respecting the activity of cyclooxygenase-1 (COX-1), nimesulide possesses a much lower risk for gastro duodenal lesions in comparison to other classical NSAIDs. Unlike nimesulide, paracetamol, another effective analgesic and antipyretic agent without anti-inflammatory activity, is a non-selective COX inhibitor.
Pyrexia, Musculoskeletal (Limping, Lameness, joint affections, sprain, trauma, wounds, arthritis, Bursitis, Sinusitis etc)
ENT (Rhinitis, Pharyngytis, Otitis etc), Other Systemic or infectious diseases (Upper or lower respiratory tract infections, FMD, Contagious ecthyma, mastitis etc)
Post operative or surgical inflammatory conditions.
Dogs: 3-5 mg per Kg Bdy. wt
Sheep and Goats: 2-4 mg per Kg Bdy. wt
Cattle, Buffaloes: 2-4 mg per Kg Bdy. wt
Dosage Interval: 24 hourly intervals
Acute renal failures, Marked hepatic dysfunctions, blood dyscrasias, pregnancy, ulcerative gastro intestinal diseases, cardiac diseases and in neonates. Not to be used in Horses.
Possible side effects
In dogs and cats, nimesulide may be painful, especially in large doses, in a few cases; it may cause mild gastritis in dogs. Abortion may occur if administered to pregnant animals. In very high doses, Nimesulide may cause gastric irritation and toxicity symptoms in liver and Kidney. Rarely, it causes acute renal failure in new borne and young calves, in puppies and Kitten.
Storage & Warning
Keep closed in a cool and dry place, away from sunlight and safe from children.
Available in 15 ml / 30 ml / 100 ml pack sizes.