Injectable solution contains per ml:
Vit. A 2000 I.U.
Vit. D3 2000 I.U.
Vit. E acetate 4 mg.
Nictinamide 10 mg.
Thiamine HCL 10 mg.
Pyridoxine HCL 5 mg.
Riboflavine Phosphate Sodium 1 mg.
D-Panthenol 1 mg.
Vit. B12 10 mcg.
D-Biotin 10 mcg.
Calcium glycerophosphate 10mg.
Phenol(As preservative) 0.5% w/v.
(Approprate overages of vitamins are added to compensate loss on storage)
MULTIVITBOOST is indicated in the prevention and treatment of vitamin deficiencies in horses, cattle and sheep & goats, particularly during periods of illness, convalescence and general unthriftiness.
MULTIVITBOOST are organic substances required by the body in small amounts for various metabolic processes. Most are not synthesised in the body, or are synthesised in small or insufficient quantities. Vitamin deficiency may result from an inadequate diet, perhaps due to increased requirements such as during pregnancy, or may be induced by disease or drugs.
Signs of deficiency in animals of some of the vitamins include:
Vitamin A- Poor growth, unsteady gait, birth of abnormal pigs, hyperkeratinization of skin, xerophthalmia Low liver vitamin A, elevated cerebrospinal fluid pressure, low plasma vitamin A.
Vitamin D3- Poor growth, leg weakness, Rickets, low plasma Ca and P, elevated plasma alkaline phosphatase.
Vitamin E acetate- Sudden death, paleness Liver necrosis, mulberry heart, pale musculature, edema, and jaundice.
Thiamine HCL-Poor growth, loss of appetite, sudden death Enlarged flabby heart, abnormal electrocardiogram, elevated blood pyruvate.
Pyridoxine HCL-Poor growth, epileptic convulsions Low blood hemoglobin, high plasma iron, high urinary xanthurenic acid.
Vitamin B12-Poor growth, irritable, birth of weak pigs Low serum B12, low lymphocyte count, enlarged liver.
Usage and administration:
By intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.
Clean the area of the injection site and swab with spirit.
Ensure that all injection equipment is thoroughly clean and sterilized before use.
Cattle, Horse, Sheep & Goats:
1 ml/ 10-15 kg b.wt. By SC., I.M. or slow I.V. Injections on alternate days.
Side effect and contraindication: N/A
Withdrawal period for milk: Nil
Animals must not be slaughtered for human consumption during treatment. Horses, cattle and sheep & goats may be slaughtered for human consumption only after 28 days from the last treatment.
Keep all medicines away from children.
14 days for cattle and goats
21 days for sheep and pig.
Milk: 3 days.
Storage and expired time：
Put in a cool and dark place, below 25℃.
Packing : 50ml, 100ml/bottle
Dr Kiel reviews Vitamin C and all of its health benefits.
VITAMIN C SUPPLEMENT OPTIONS
Vitamin A (Retinol): https://youtu.be/EnhXhZdlNZU
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): https://youtu.be/UxMiH5ksj6M
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): https://youtu.be/RxXpDzqKFLQ
Vitamin B3 (Niacin): https://youtu.be/ntYTTwPLSeA
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): https://youtu.be/-JSd_ouiIpA
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): https://youtu.be/jmfENAinpFE
Vitamin B7 (Biotin): https://youtu.be/opkaeJEQkZA
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid): https://youtu.be/1GI7Onlwfao
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin): https://youtu.be/FgfVEpofhtw
Vitamin C: https://youtu.be/Nuo2YBUTidA
Vitamin D: https://youtu.be/ulb_yvGNrDo
Vitamin K: https://youtu.be/_352GG8WseY
Vitamin E (Tocopherol): https://youtu.be/N1yPfIZF_3Y
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Vitamin C is an essential, water soluble vitamin. It has other names such as ascorbic acid and has been called the most popular supplement in the world. It is essential because humans can not synthesize vitamin C and must obtain it from their diet. I’m just going to briefly summarize the things I think are worth knowing about vitamin C. Everything I’m going to say is evidence based with research to back it up.
It is well known as a vitamin supplement taken to prevent the common cold. I looked up the data for this. A 2013 meta-analysis of 29 trials (n = 11,306) showed a small but significant 8 percent reduction in the duration of cold symptoms in adults regularly taking vitamin C supplements (at least 200 mg/day). In the general population it does not reduce the risk of developing a cold or getting sick. It does appear to have a protective effect in highly active individuals. In other words, the evidence is not strong that vitamin C is dramatically helpful in preventing or treating the common cold in most people.
Vitamin C has not been shown to reduce the risk of developing cancer, cardiovascular disease or coronary heart disease, cataracts or macular degeneration
citric fruits, kiwi fruits, apples, vegetables, potatoes, leafy greens, and fortified cereals
RECOMMENDED DAILY ALLOWANCE
Males 90 mg/day
Females 75 mg/day
Should not exceed 2000 mg/day
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbate, ascorbic acid, dehydroascorbic acid. It is a well known antioxidant. It has been associated with the common cold (acute coryza, adenovirus), head cold, nasopharyngitis, rhinopharyngitis, rhinovirus, scurvy, URI or upper respiratory infection. It is used by bodybuilders and weight lifters as a recovery supplement, it may help boost the immune system, helps with collagen synthesis, muscle building.
Adriana Tremoulet, MD, principal investigator for the PTN Ampicillin in Infants Review, discusses the function of the analyze and its present standing.