Suppression of untoward inflammatory reactions and associated pain and fever. It may be used in the following conditions in horses and cattle. Musculoskeletal conditions. Traumatic joint and connective tissue disease, osteoarthritis, exertional myopathy, tenosynovitis and tendon and ligament sprains. Surgery. Postsurgical inflammation, after abdominal surgery, administration prior to surgery in selected procedures. Ophthalmic conditions. Traumatic corneal ulcers, keratitis, anterior and posterior uveitis and orbital trauma. Colic. Ketoprofen has an equivalent analgesic effect to flunixin in cases of visceral pain. Ketoprofen should be used in colic cases where surgery will not be conducted for economic reasons, or where an accurate diagnosis indicates that surgery will not be required.