Vitamin AD3E injection
Each ml contains:
Vitamin A 80,000 IU.
Vitamin D3 40,000 IU.
Vitamin E 20 mg
Vitamin A is involved in the process of formation and preservation of function of epithelial tissues and mucous membranes, is important for fertility and is essential for vision. Vitamin D3 regulates and corrects calcium and phosphate metabolism in blood and plays an important role in the uptake of calcium and phosphate from the intestines. Especially in young, growing animals vitamin D3 is essential for the normal development of skeleton and teeth.Vitamin E is as a fat soluble intracellular antioxidant, involved in stabilising unsaturated fatty acids, thereby preventing toxic lipoperoxides formation. Furthermore, vitamin E protects the oxygen sensitive vitamin A from oxidative destruction in this preparation.
Treatment and prevention of vitamin deficiency in farm animals, such as growth disturbance, weakness of new-born animals, neonatal anemia, sight disturbance, intestinal trouble, convalescence, anorexia, not-infectious reproductive disturbance, rechitis, muscle weakness, muscular tremor and myocardial failure with difficulty in breathing; worm infection.
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DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
For intramuscular or subcutaneous administration:
Cattle and horses: 10 ml.
Calves and foals: 5 ml.
Goats and sheep: 3 ml
Dogs: 1-5 ml.
Piglets: 1-3 ml.
Cats: 1-2 ml.
SIDE EFFECT AND CONTRAINDICATION: N/A
PRECAUTION: Keep all medicines away from children
WITHDRAWAL TIME: N/A
STORAGE AND EXPIRED TIME:
Store between 2℃and 15℃, and protect from light.
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