Injections

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The drug is used for therapeutic and preventive purposes against following diseases in animals:
- milk fever, spasmophilia, eclampsia, shock, transport disease, rachitis, tetany, osteomalacia;
- retention of placenta, antenatal and postnatal staying;
- allergic diseases (urticaria fever, serum sickness);
- poisoning from magnesium salts, toxic liver damage.
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Solution for injection contains vitamin E (α-tocopherol acetate) and selenium in the form of sodium selenite.
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The drug is used to prevent diseases caused by deficiency of selenium and vitamin E, for treatment of animals sick with white muscle disease as well as a drug for pathogenetic therapy, improvement of metabolism, improvement of reproductive capacity in females, natural resistance in young animals and its resistance to adverse environmental factors, for treatment of toxic liver disease in animals as well as at stunted growth and inadequate weight gain, against encephalomalacia and exudative diathesis in birds.
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Solution for injection contains glucose
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Glyukoza is used against toxic infections, various intoxications (poisoning by mercury, arsenic, cyanide and its salts, carbon monoxide and other substances), liver diseases (hepatitis, cirrhosis), edema and gangrene of the lung and cardiac decompensation. Glucose is prescribed for treatment of gastrointestinal diseases with symptoms of intoxication, hypotension, atony of proventriculus in ruminants, acetonemia, postnatal hemoglobinuria, ketonuria and toxemia in cows and ketonuria in sheep. Glucose solution is administered in weak and depleted animals as energy and dietary drug.
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Solution for injection contains Calcium Chloride
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Solution for injection contains vitamin A, Vitamin D3 and Vitamin E
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Trivitamiks is used against hypo-and avitaminosis in animals for treatment and prevention of xerophthalmia, rickets, osteomalacia. It is recommended to use during pregnancy, lactation, and in rehabilitation period after disease.