Vitamin complex – ADE – Maximum concentration
This lipasoluble vitamin complex acts on calcium deposition of the bones, as antioxidant of the cellular membranes and in the epidermis, as well as acting as a coadjutant for the immune system at the mucous level.
Vitamin A intervenes in cellular division and differentiation, in the maintenance of normal bone structure, in the integrity of the epithelia, in the antioxidant system and in immunity and reproduction.
Vitamin D3 (endogenous) intervenes in homeostasis of calcium and phosphorous, in cellular proliferation and differentiation and in immunity.
The most important function of Vitamin E is in the prevention of the peroxidation of the membrane lipids through the action of radicals (oxidative stress). Hypovitaminosis E generates disease of the white muscle and the retention of the placenta.
Indications for Use
Indicated for breed animals in the period prior to preparation for the service season, during pregnancy and lactation, for preventing and healing rickets, osteomalacia and hypocalcaemia, hypo-vitaminosis A, D and. Its use is also indicated for animals which are put out on very poor grazing land or when the ration stabled horses receive is of bad quality.
It is advisable to administer this vitamin complex to horses under intense training because it is an antioxidant and because of how it acts on the musculo-skeletal system.
Via of Application and Dosage
Administer subcutaneous via at 10mL en adult horses and 5mL for foals.
Adult horses: 1mL/40kg live weight.
Foals: 1mL/kg live weight
Frequency and dosage can be modified by the criteria of the veterinarian in attendance.
There are no collateral effects with recommended dosage
Store the product in a clean, dry place and out of the reach of children between 5 and 35°C.
Glass vial of 100 mL
- Vitamin A Palmitate 8.000.000 UI
- Vitamin D3 2.000.000 UI
- Vitamin E (DL-Alphatocopherylacetate)2.000 UI
- Oily excipient q.s. 100 ml
This is an inorganic metabolic regulator for stabled horses which are on a diet based on grains and pasture.
This diet generally has an imbalance in the relation Calcium-Phosphorous (1:4) and a deficiency in Magnesium. This mineral imbalance can produce demineralization of the bones and increases the risk of contracting osteo-articulary injuries as a consequence of the increased fragility of the bones. In growing colts disorders in development can be observed and the appearance of certain illnesses proper to this disorder such as osteo-chondrosis. On the other hand the shortage of Magnesium predisposes the animals to suffer from a reduction in the absorption of Calcium, so deepening this disorder. Surcalce quickly helps recovery from calcemia and magnesemia.
In chronic disorders it is recommended to combine this treatment with Vitamin D (Shokade).
Indications for Use
Its use is recommended for mares in the last 3-4 months of gestation for young colts and animals in the growing phase and for all stabled horses which receive diets based on pasture and grains. Its use is highly recommended for sport horses, because physical activity increases the stress on the long bones and articulations of the limbs.
Via of Administration and Dosage
The recommended application for pregnant mares is every 30 days during last 3-4 months of gestation and the first 2 months of lactation. The preventive use for animals in training is by giving a dose every 60 days, while animals with clinic symtomatology should receive treatment every 15 days.
The via of application is endovenous and given at a rate of 1 ml/20kg of weight.
It is recommended to administer it slowly (not more than 1 ml de Ca/min) so as to avoid heart failure in systole which is produced when surpassing the 7.0 – 7.5 mmol/l (28-30 mg/dl)
It has a wide safety margin and has no undesired collateral effects at recommended doses.
Keep the product in a clean, dry place between 4º and 30ºC and out of children’s reach.
Glass vial of 100 mL
- Calcium Lactobionate 2,0 g
- Calcium Gluconate 25,0 g
- Calcium Acetate3,7 g
- Magnesium Hypophosphite 8,0 g
- Water for injectable c.s.p. 100 ml
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