Vitamin AD-500 Injection (Canada)

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Vitamin AD-500 Injection

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Bimeda-MTC

DIN 01941437

Sterile

Veterinary Use Only

EMULSIFIABLE

Active Ingredients

Vitamin A 500,000 I.U./mL, Vitamin D 75,000 I.U./mL.

Preservative: Benzyl Alcohol 2.0% w/v.

Antioxidants: Vitamin E 5 I.U./mL, BHT 7.5 mg/mL, BHA 7.5 mg/mL

Vitamin AD-500 Injection Indications

As an aid in the prevention and correction of deficiencies of Vitamins A and D in cattle, swine and sheep.

DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION: Use a sterilized needle, 14 to 16 gauge x 1”, inject intramuscularly in a heavily muscled area, preferably in the neck.

Suggested dosage per head: Calves 1/2 - 1 mL; Yearlings 1 - 2 mL; Breeding Cattle 3 - 6 mL; Lambs and piglets 1/4 - 1/2 mL; Fattening lambs and grower pigs 1/2 - 1 mL; Breeding sheep and pigs 1 - 3 mL.

For breeding animals, dosage may be repeated in 2 - 3 months as needed.

Vitamin AD-500 Injection Caution

If deficiency symptoms persist, consult a veterinarian or a nutritionist.

Storage

Store between 2 - 8°C in a dark place. Keep partly used vial under refrigeration.

Manufactured by: Citadel Animal Health, Cambridge ON, N3C 2W4

Distributed by: Bimeda-MTC Animal Health Inc., Cambridge ON, N3C 2W4

Net

 

100 mL

1VIT054P

250 mL

1VIT056P

NAC No.: 14730040

BIMEDA-MTC ANIMAL HEALTH INC.
420 BEAVERDALE ROAD, CAMBRIDGE, ON, N3C 2W4
Telephone:   519-654-8000
Website:   www.bimedamtc.com
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