Vitamin A 50.000 U.I.; Vitamin D310.000 U.I.; Vitamin E 15 mg; Vitamin C 500 mg;
Excipient ad 1 g
The product acts as growth and anti-stress biostimulator, enhancing epithelial and cell membrane resistance to pathogenic microorganisms. Body resistance to heavy metal intoxication, bone formation and development, egg shell formation and glucidic and fat metabolism are also enhanced.
Vitamin A has a complex action, it is a skin protective factor, increases body resistance, stimulates growth, egg-laying and it is useful in the treatment of infectious and parasitic diseases with a benign evolution.
Vitamin E participates in the metabolism of fats, enhancement of prolificacy, protecting vitamin A at the same time.
Vitamin D3 contributes to the recovery of the calcium-phosphor balance catalyzing the formation of this complex in the bone formation process. It interferes in the glucidic metabolism and its absence makes the intestinal calcium and phosphor absorption deficient.
Vitamin C regulates oxide reduction processes, increasing body resistance to infections, mycotoxins and heavy metal intoxication (cadmium, selenite, cobalt). It is involved in bone formation, egg shell formation and thermal stress control. It enhances immunity, fertility and egg production, participates in the formation of cortico-adrenal hormones involved in mobilization of stress-adjusting mechanisms in all animal categories.
Horses, cattle, sheep, goats, swine, fowls, rabbits, dogs, cats
It is indicated as growth stimulator in young animals, including fowls and for prolificacy improvement in animals: in stress, intoxications, infections, hemorrhagic diatheses, enteritis, hepatitis, atonic wounds, in bone disorders in chickens and in egg-laying disorders in hens. VITAROM can be used to support convalescent animals or those with mineral, fat and glucidic metabolism disorders.
Hypervitaminosis, hypercalcemia, vitamin D, vitamin E hypersensitivity, which can increase coumarin anticoagulant effect (hemorrhage risk)
Avoid long-term administration of the product in kidney lithiasis.
Exceeded doses or long-term administration can cause hypervitaminosis or even buildup intoxications manifested by anorexia, skin and mucosa coloration, anemia, diarrhea and abdominal pain.
Vitamin C determines the participation of oxalates, urates and sulfamides in acid urine.
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION
Administer in drinking water for 3 – 5 days as follows:
- horses, cattle: 5 g/100 kg living weight
- sheep, goats, swine: 1 g/10 kg living weight e
- piglets, lambs, kids, adult dogs: 1 g/10 kg living weight
- puppies and cats: 2 g/10 kg living weight
fowls (hen, turkey, guinea-fowl, quail, pheasant, peacock, goose, duck, pigeon) and rabbits: 1 g/liter of drinking water.
PET – MET film bags: 50 g, 100 g, 250 g, 500 g and 1000 g.