GRNTI 68.41 Ветеринария
Ratio of active ingredients in combined cyanocobalamin and butafosfan injectable solution has to remain constant in storage; otherwise, the distorted ratio would lead to diminished efficacy in the treatment of subclinical ketosis in dairy cattle. It has been found that efficacy of Catobevit (fixed combination of cyanocobalamine and butafosfan) in the treatment of subclinical ketosis in lactating cows is superior as compared to reference combination having slightly different vehicles composition.
ketosis, ketonemia, hypoglycemia, cyanocobalamin, butafosfan
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