Milkshake is used to increase oxygen in hypoxic tissues.
Studies have shown that administration of ITPP increases the maximal exercise capacity and also increase energy and Performance of the horse and camels.
Milkshake is a mix of Myo-inositol Trispyrophosphate (ITPP) + Adenosine 5 Monophosphate + Magnesium Aspartate + Potassium Aspartate.
(ITPP) is a synthetic allosteric effector of hemoglobin that increases the regulated oxygen releasing capacity of red blood cells for increased energy and performance in race Horses, Greyhounds and Camels.
Unlike other species, horse lungs are incompletely divided into lobes, with cranial and caudal lobes on the left and cranial, caudal and accessory lobes on the right. he pleura are thick and interlobular connective tissue is extensive, partly surrounding many lobules. There are several generations of nonrespiratory bronchioles (nonalveolarised), and respiratory bronchioles (alveolarised) are uncommon. The extensive connective tissue and extensive nonrespiratory bronchioles are associated with limited collateral ventilation compared with the dog. It has been suggested that the limited collateral ventilation in the horse may accentuate gas exchange problems and be sufficient to prevent atelectasis but insufficient to improve gas exchange during airway obstruction. Anatomical intrapulmonary arteriovenous shunts, a potential cause of hypoxaemia when open, are not present in horse lungs. The diaphragm is dome shaped and is compressed laterally, with a strongly convex thoracic surface. A large portion of the lung in the standing horse lies dorsal to the diaphragm and hence the abdominal cavity and its contents. Horses at rest have active and passive components to both inspiration and expiration such that the horse breathes around rather than from the relaxed volume of the respiratory system in order to minimise the elastic work of breathing.
SUGGESTED DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
There are two suggested ways to apply Milkshake
A) Hoses: 5 ml every day for 5 days before the race by SLOW intravenous or intramuscular inyection (IV Slow-IM) – In Camels 3 ml is suggested.
B) Horses: 10 ml every day for 3 days before the race (IV Slow -IM) – In Camels 7 ml is suggested.