Contains per ml :
Vitamin B1, thiamine hydrochloride 6 mg.
Vitamin B2, riboflavine sodium phosphate 12 mcg.
Vitamin B6, pyridoxine hydrochloride 8 mg.
Vitamin B12, cyanocobalamin 60 mcg.
Vitamin C, ascorbic acid 40 mg.
Vitamin K3 4 mg.
D-panthenol 20 mg.
Nicotinamide 80 mg.
Biotin 300 mcg.
Folic acid 1 mcg.
Choline Chloride 50 mg.
Solvents ad. 1 ml.
Vitamins are essential for the proper operation of many physiological functions.
This Oral is a well balanced combination of essential B-vitamins for calves, cattle, goats, poultry, sheep and swine. Used for:
- Prevention or treatment of B-vitamin deficiencies in farm animals.
- Prevention or treatment of stress (caused by vaccination, diseases, transport, high humidity, high temperatures or extreme temperature changes).
- Improvement of feed conversion.
No undesirable effects are to be expected when the prescribed dosage regimen is followed.
For oral administration:
Calves, goats and sheep : 1 ml per 40 kg body weight for 3 – 5 days.
Cattle : 1 ml per 80 kg body weight for 3 – 5 days.
Poultry and swine : 1 litre per 4000 litre drinking water for 3 – 5 days.
Keep out of reach of children.
Bottle containing 100, 500 and 1000 ml.
Form of product : Nutritional Oral liquids
Type of product : Vitamins
Suited for animals : Cattle (cows),Goats, Poultry, Sheep, Pigs (swine),Calves
Active ingredients : Vitamins
Perioral dermatitis treatment
Patients are advised to simplify their topical regimens. Avoid the routine use of moisturizers unless they absolutely necessary. Cosmetics should be water based or avoided. Benzoyl peroxide is not well tolerated in this sensitive area. It may cause drying and scaling.
Topical steroids may be the cause and these must be stopped. Patients who have used Group V or stronger topical steroids may have to endure a 3 to 6 week recovery period. Erythema and pustules that occur soon after stopping the steroid are treated with cool wet compress. The same oral antibiotics used to treat acne such as doxycycline may be helpful during this recovery period.
Mild to moderate cases of perioral dermatitis may be treated with topical antibiotics. These medications are not predictably effective. Patients may not feel that oral antibiotics are warranted for such a localized minor condition, others are anxious to clear the eruption rapidly and elect to use the more effective oral antibiotics.
Use metronidazole cream (MetroCream, Noritate), sodium sulfacetamide 10% (Klaron), clindamycin lotion or erythromycin solution. Pimecrolimus cream 1% (Elidel), and tacrolimus 0.03%, 0.1% ointment (Protopic) may by helpful.
Oral antibiotics are used if a 4 to 6 week course of topical treatment fails.
Tetracycline (500 mg twice a day), erythromycin (500 mg twice a day), doxycycline (100 mg twice a day), or minocycline (100 mg twice a day) is given for a 2 to 4 week course. The condition of many patients responds to lower doses.
Once the condition is resolved, the antibiotic is stopped or tapered over 4 to 5 week period. Some patients clear and remain in remission. Other require long term suppression or intermittent course or oral antibiotics for control.