Ceton
Ketosis and Pregnancy Toxaemia Treatment

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Solution for the oral treatment of pregnancy toxaemia in sheep and acetonaemia in cattle.

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
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Active Constituents

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

Indications

An aid in the treatment of pregnancy toxaemia in sheep, and acetonaemia in cattle.

Withholding Periods

Meat: Zero (0) days.

Trade Advice

Export Slaughter Interval (ESI):

Zero (0) days.

Dosage

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

Dose orally

Pack Sizes

503155 Liquid: 5L