Indicated in case of neuromuscular disorders such as: ataxia, paralysis, tetany, neuritis, asthenia and adynamia. Anemia, total or partial anorexia, malnutrition, growth problems, convalescence of infectious diseases, stress, pancreatitis, chronic diarrhea, during lactation and in case of deficiency of B-group vitamins. Use in dogs, cats, cattle, sport horses and sheep. Do not use in horses when they are intended for human consumption.
Route of Administration
Administer preferably by Intramuscular route. It can also be administered by subcutaneous or slow intravenous route.
Dosage and Instructions for Use
Administer preferably by Intramuscular route. It can also be administered by subcutaneous or slow intravenous route. Occasionally, heart failure could result if administered intravenously, so extreme caution and professional monitoring is needed in this case. It should be administered in combination with hypertonic dextrose solution if the intravenous route is used.
Dogs: 0.5 to 1 mL total, every 24 or 48 hours. In series of 10 applications. Cats: 0.5 mL total, every 24 or 48 hours. In series of 10 applications. Cattle and horses: 10 mL total, every 24 or 48 hours. In series of 10 applications. Sheep and swine: 5 to 10 mL total, every 24 hours. In series of 5 to 10 applications. Dosage may vary at the discretion of the intervening Veterinary Surgeon.
Contraindications / Warnings / Precautions
No incompatibilities with concomitant treatments or antagonisms have been observed. The product has a wide margin of safety because its components present a low amount of toxicity.