Veterinary Use – Injectable

Is a medicine of choice for the treatment of avitaminosis and hypovitaminosis A and its manifestations in domestic animals.

Vitamin A maintains the structure and normal function of the epithelial cells of the mucous membranes. Vitamin A deficiency manifests itself in all species by changes in epithelial surfaces causing increased keratinization, which causes epithelial surfaces to lose their resistance to infection.


For vitamin A deficiency, which can cause:
Eye disorders: conjunctivitis, dry eye, night blindness (hemeralopia). General symptoms of skin disorders and the dull fur.
Pigs – diarrhea, wobbly and uncoordinated walking, leading to paralysis of the hind legs; abnormal head position; the most pronounced shortcomings night blindness are noticed.
Pork and beef – sterility, miscarriage or childbirth with dead fetuses.
Sheep, horses and cattle – Nervous Disorders with muscular incoordination, faltering step and seizures.
Birds – The deficiency of this vitamin affects the integrity of muscle tissue and causes a decrease in its development and creepy appearance of feathers.


Each 20 ml contains:
Vitamin A (Palmitate) ……….. 2.000.000IU
Oily vehicle qs ………………………….. 20 mL


Route of administration: Intramuscular.
In birds it is recommended subcutaneous administration.

Cattle, horses and mules (Large size) – 10 ml daily for 3 to 6 consecutive days.
Foals, calves, pigs and sheep (Midsize) – 4 ml to 6 ml daily for 3-6 consecutive days.
Dogs, cats, piglets and poultry (Small size) – 1 to 2 ml daily for 3 to 6 consecutive days.


Bottle of 20 ml.

Changes in the way to use at the discretion of the veterinarian.


Cattle, swine, horses, sheep and birds: Slaughter – zero deficiency.
Bovine and ovine: Milk – zero deficiency.
Birds: Eggs – zero deficiency.
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