Multivitamins

Produced by:

Pantex Holland

Forms

Injectable Solution and Oral Solution

Injectable Solution

Composition:

Each ml solution contains:

- 50,000 I.U. vitamin A

- 10,000 I.U.  vitamin D3

- 10 mg vitamin E

- 2.5 mg vitamin B1

- 1.5 mg vitamin B6

- 17.5 mg nicotinamide

- 25 mg vitamin C

- 1.5 mg vitamin K3

Spectrum of activity:

The requirement of all vitamins varies not only with the different periods of growth and physiological functions (pregnancy, lactation), but also widely with nutrition. Vitamin A plays  an important role in the protection of the epithelial tissues (including retina and skin) and the mucous membranes and therefore as a protection against general infections. Vitamin D3 takes care for a regular process of the calcium-phosphorous metabolism.
Vitamin E plays an important role on protecting the stability of vit. A and general as an antioxidant. The B-vitamins participate in the formation of enzymes and are indispensable for the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates and for normal growth of muscular and nervous tissues. Vit K is necessary for the biosynthesis of blood clotting factors. Nicotinamide is a coenzyme involved in the synthesis of DNA. The deficiency of only one vitamin is rarely encountered. However, even in such cases it is advisable to administer the whole complex in order to prevent a possible deficiency of other vitamins. After intramuscular injection, the vitamins are quickly and completely resorbed and a rapid therapeutic effect is attained in vitamin deficiencies.

Indications:

Treatment and prevention of vitamin deficiencies in farm animals. E.G. growth disturbance, weakness of  new-born animals, neonatal anemia, sight disturbances, intestinal troubles, convalescence, anorexia, not-infectious reproductive disturbances, rachitis, muscle weakness, muscular tremor and myocardial failure with difficulties in breathing; worm infections.

Dosage and administration:

For subcutaneous or intramuscular injection. If necessary repeat injection after 3-5 days.

Cattle: 10-20 ml per animal.

Calves, foals: 5-10 per animal.

Lambs: 2-3 ml per animal.

Pigs: 10 ml per animal.

Piglets (10 kg): 1 ml per animal.

Piglets (10-3 kg): 1-3 ml per animal.

Withdrawal time:

None.

Storage:

Store between 8 ⁰C and 15 ⁰C and protected from light.

Shelf life:

2 years.

Presentation:

100 ml multidose vial.

Oral Solution

Composition:

Each ml solution contains:

- 20,000 I.U. vitamin A 20 mg vitamin C

- 5,000 I.U. vitamin D3 mg vitamin k3

- 30 mg vitamin E 20 mg nicotinic acid

- 1.5 mg vitamin B1 6.5 mg nicotinamide

- 1.25 mg vitamin B2 0.02 mg vitamin B12

- 2 mg vitamin B6 0.01 mg biotin

Spectrum of activity:

The requirement of all vitamins varies not only with the different periods of growth and physiological functions (pregnancy, lactation), but also widely with nutrition. Vitamin A plays  an important role in the protection of the epithelial tissues (including retina and skin) and the mucous membranes and therefore as a protection against general infections. Vitamin D3 takes care for a regular process of the calcium-phosphorous metabolism. Vitamin E plays an important role on protecting the stability of vit. A and general as an antioxidant. The B-vitamins participate in the formation of enzymes and are indispensable for the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates and for normal growth of muscular and nervous tissues. Vitamin C is not essential nutritional factor in domestic animals, for it is synthesized by all species (except guinea- pigs- man- monkeys). Vitamin C is essential as a coenzyme in certain oxidative processes and it is also essential for normal wound healing, and maintaining normal capillary function. Vit K3 is essential for the formation of prothrombin in the liver. Nicotinic acid, nicotinamide, and biotin are (reduced to) coenzymes involved in respectively electron transfer reactions, DNA-synthesis, and fat metabolism.

Indications:

Treatment and prevention of vitamin deficiencies in farm animals. Weakness of new-borns, growth disturbances, anorexia, osteoporosis, disturbance of intestinal flora after long-term antibiotic treatment, poor condition, stress, vaccination, excessive changes in temperature, change of hehouse etc… after treatment of coccidiosis, worminfections, bacterial infections, or virus infections

Dosage and administration:

Poultry: 1 litre per 1,000 litres of drinking water during 5-7 days.

Horses/cattle: 20-40 ml per animal during several days.

Calves/foals: 20 ml per animal during several days.

Pigs/sheep/goats: 10 ml per animal during several days.

Withdrawal time:

None.

Storage:

Store between 8 ⁰C and 15 ⁰C and protected from light.

Shelf life:

2 years.

Presentation:

Plastic jars of 1 ltr.


Multivitamins

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