Cobalt + Ferrous Sulphate + Thiamine + Vitamin B12 + Choline

Veterinary

Indications

This Bolus is indicated as a supportive therapy of ruminant animal for simple indigestion, impaction etc.

Benefits:
  • Ensures faster recovery of indigestion, anorexia, inappetence, impaction etc of ruminant animals and maintain normal affinity of taking food.
  • Effective as a supportive treatment of different infectious diseases with prescribed antibiotics where anorexia exists as a symptom.
  • Ensures quicker fattening of ruminant animals when given with balanced diet after anthelmintic treatment.

Composition

Each bolus contains-
  • Cobalt sulphate BP 50 mg
  • Dried ferrous sulphate BP 100 mg
  • Thiamine nitrate BP (Vit. B1) 25 mg
  • Cyanocobalamin BP (Vit. B12) 20 mcg
  • Choline bitartrate USP 9.1 mg
Each bolus DS contains-
  • Cobalt sulphate BP 100 mg
  • Dried ferrous sulphate BP 200 mg
  • Thiamine nitrate BP (Vit. B1) 50 mg
  • Cyanocobalamin BP (Vit. B12) 40 mcg
  • Choline bitartrate USP 18.2 mg

Description

Cobalt: Progressive loss of appetite, weight loss, symptoms of anemia, weakness and pica are observed.

Iron: Anemia, weakness, tachycardia, pallor. Anemia potentiates the incidence of enteric infection associated with E.coli & Streptococcal pericarditis.

Thiamine: The immediate effect of thiamine deficiency is reduction of appetite (anorexia). Thiamine deficiency hamper in carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, muscle weakness, peripheral & central neuropathy, gastrointestinal malfunction and may cause cardiac failure.

Vitamin B12: Anorexia, cessation of growth, loss of over all condition and muscular weakness.

Choline: Fatty liver syndrome, weakness and breathing problem.

Dosage & Administration

Cattle & buffaloes: Usually 2-3 bolus per day is adequate for 2-3 days. Sometimes animals of heavyweight may require a higher dosage of 04 bolus per day. Or as prescribed by the registered veterinary doctor.

Cow (1-3 years of age):
  • 1 bolus/Once in a week
  • 0.5 bolus DS/Once in a week
Cow (above 3 years of age):
  • 1 bolus at 3 days interval
  • 1 bolus DS for once in a week
Ox (1-3 years of age):
  • 1 bolus/Once in a week
  • 0.5 bolus DS/Once in a week
Ox (above 3 years of age):
  • 1 bolus at 3 days interval
  • 1 bolus DS/Once in a week

Interaction

Thiamine hydrochloride is incompatible with oxidizing and reducing substances, iodides, carbonates. Destruction of thiamine hydrochloride in solution is accelerated by copper ions. Thiamine is incompatible with benzyl penicillin.

Contraindications

This bolus should not be used in animals hypersensitive to any of the active ingredients.

Side Effects

There is no major side effect of this drug while used in recommended dosage.

Pregnancy & Lactation

Safe drug for use during pregnancy and lactation.

Storage Conditions

Store below 25°C in a cool & dry place. Protect from light. Keep out of reach of children.
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