Oxytocin-s 25ml (intervet)
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Injections with this product will initiate strong, regular and purposeful contractions of the uterine muscle especially in the later stages of pregnancy and post-partum. It also evokes the 'let-down' of milk although it has no action on the smooth muscles of the gut or urinary bladder, nor is it effective in the treatment of diabetes insipidus. The absence of vasopressor and antidiuretic effects make it particularly suitable for obstetric use (stimulation of parturition, promotion of uterine involution and control of post-partum haemorrhage) and the treatment of agalactia.
The product is indicated for:
- stimulation of uterine contraction to facilitate parturition in the presence of a fully dilated cervix
- to promote involution of the post-parturient uterus and thus aid the passage of retained placenta
- to aid in control of post-partum haemorrhage
- promotion of milk 'let-down' in cases of agalactia and to facilitate ‘stripping out’ of infected quarters in the treatment of mastitis in cows.
Data Sheet Oxytocin S
For the treatment and prophylactic control of all economically important gastrointestinal roundworm infections in cattle weighing between 100 and 300 kg at the time of administration. Also as an aid in control of parasitic bronchitis (lungworm infection).The Panacur Bolus is designed to release fenbendazole continuously in the reticulo-rumen of cattle for up to 140 days (20 weeks). When administered later in the season, the intraruminal device treats established parasitic infections and continues to control parasitic gastroenteritis up to 140 days after administration. This period may be reduced if cattle are moved to heavily infected pasture. Lungworm The Panacur Bolus aids in the control of parasitic bronchitis caused by the lungworm Dictyocaulus viviparus.