One only- expires Jan 2022
Vitamin ADE Injection is for the treatment and prevention of Vitamin A, D & E deficiencies in cattle, sheep & pigs.
Primary Section: 13(e)(ii) Nutrition and metabolism - Vitamin, mineral and nutritional supplements - Parenteral
IVS revision date: 01 December 2010
Registered Name Troy Vitamin ADE Injection for Cattle, Sheep & Pigs
Composition Each mL contains retinol palmitate (vitamin A) 294 mg (500,000 IU), cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) 1.25 mg (50,000 IU), alpha tocopherol acetate (vitamin E) 50 mg (50 IU).
Indications Treatment and prevention of vitamin A, D and E deficiencies in cattle, sheep and pigs.
Precautions Avoid carcass damage; sterilise all injection apparatus by boiling before use. Avoid use of strong disinfectants on apparatus. Maintain cleanliness at all times. Keep needles sharp and clean, replace frequently. Use needles of appropriate gauge and length. If possible avoid injection of animals in wet weather or in dusty conditions. This product must be injected intramuscularly only. If possible inject into muscle tissue on side of neck. Use the contents of this vial within six months of initial broaching. Discard any unused portion.
Disposal Dispose of empty container by wrapping with paper and placing in the garbage.
Withholding Periods Nil.
Dosage and Administration Intramuscular injection only. Cows. 5 mL at least twice per year, and 30 days prior to calving. Calves. 1 mL, during first week of birth. Sheep. 1 to 2 mL at least twice per year. Lambs. 0.5 mL as soon as possible after birth. Pigs. 2 to 3 mL. Sows. One injection on placement in farrowing house and a second injection during the first week after farrowing. Boars. One injection one to two weeks prior to breeding season. Piglets. 0.25 to 0.5 mL during the first week after birth.
Presentation Injection: 500 mL.
Storage Store below 25°C (air conditioning). Protect from light.
Poisons Schedule Nil.
APVMA Number 61154