Savage Laboratories

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Savage Laboratories is a pharmaceutical research company based in Melville, New York. Its two main products are CroFab—the primary antivenin used to treat rattlesnake and cottonmouth envenomations in the United States—and DigiFab—a treatment for digoxin overdose, both of which are produced by BTG plc but distributed by Savage.[citation needed] It also produces other products such as Ethiodol (a diagnostic agent for use in hysterosalpingography and lymphography), Evac-Q-Kwik (a bowel evacuant), KAON-CL (extended release Potassium chloride), and KAON Elixir-Grape (Potassium gluconate).

Savage Laboratories is a division of Altana AG's American subsidiary, Altana Inc.

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