Each mL contains:
Thiamine hydrochloride 150 mg
Excipients c.s.p. 1mL
Treatment of vitamin B1 deficiencies.
Treatment of muscular diseases due to vitamin B1 deficiency.
Essential for muscular, cardiac, digestive and nervous functioning.
It stimulates the appetite, improves the assimilation of food and digestion. It prevents the degeneration of neurons.
Promotes proper conduction of nerve impulses.
It is involved in the assimilation of glucose in the brain.
Helps prevent anemia and stimulates cell metabolism.
Regulates carbohydrate metabolism and energy production.
Improves the metabolism of proteins, lipids and nucleic acids (RNA and DNA).
Adjuvant in the treatment of neuromuscular disorders In downer cow syndrome, it stimulates nerves and muscles to stand up.
MECHANISM OF ACTION:
Thiamine combines with ATP to form Thiamine diphosphate, which is a coenzyme in carbohydrate metabolism for energy utilization.
Route of Administration and Dosage:
Subcutaneous or intramuscular injection
Apply at a rate of 2 mL per 100 kg of live weight (300 mg per 100 kg of weight) for 4 to 5 days. The dose and duration of treatment may vary at the discretion of the veterinarian.