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Savage Laboratories

Savage Laboratories is a pharmaceutical research company based in Melville, New York. It is a division of the German company Altana's American subsidiary, Altana Inc. The company's 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, these 2 products are produced by protherics but are distributed by savage. They also produce several other products: 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).

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