Ceton
Ketosis and Pregnancy Toxaemia Treatment

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Solution for the oral treatment of pregnancy toxaemia in sheep and acetonaemia in cattle.
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Propylene glycol is an effective antiketogenic agent; cobalt chloride promotes the synthesis and utilisation of volatile fatty acids; choline chloride is a lipotrophic agent which assists in fatty acid metabolism.  

 


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Technical Note
Ceton Tech Notes

Active Constituents

  • Propylene glycol 892.0 g/L
  • Choline chloride 75.0 g/L
  • Cobalt chloride 0.75 g/L

Indications

Acetonaemia or ketosis in cattle

Pregnancy toxaemia in sheep

Withholding Periods

NIL

Trade Advice

Export Slaughter Interval

NIL

Dosage

Sheep Cattle
50mL twice daily 200mL twice on the first day, reducing to 100mL daily for a further 3 days.

Pack Sizes

503155 Liquid: 5L