0085-01.jpgVitamin E
NDC No.: 50989-335-15

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Active Ingredients:

Each mL contains:
Vitamin E (as d-alpha-tocopherol, a natural source of vitamin E) 300 I.U. Compounded with 2% benzyl alcohol (preservative) in a water emulsifiable base. EMULSIVIT E-300 is a clear, sterile, nonaqueous solution of d-alpha-tocopherol.

Indications:

EMULSIVIT E-300 is for use as an aid in the prevention and treatment of vitamin E deficiencies in swine, cattle, and sheep. The product is intended as a supplemental source of natural vitamin E.

Dosage and Administration:

For intramuscular or subcutaneous administration only. The dose may be repeated. If the dose is greater than 5 mL, equally divide the dose and inject at two (2) different sites.

Suggested Dosage:

Swine:
Sows and Gilts:
2 wks pre-partum 4-6 mL (1,200-1,800 I.U.)
2 wks pre-breeding 4-6 mL (1,200-1,800 I.U.)

Pigs:
At birth 1-2 mL (300-600 I.U.)
Weaning 2-3 mL (600-900 I.U.)

Cattle (Dairy and Beef):
Cows and Heifers:
2-3 wks pre-partum 8-10 mL (2,400-3,000 I.U.)
At calving 8-10 mL (2,400-3,000 I.U.)

Calves:
At birth 4-6 mL (1,200-1,800 I.U.)
Weaning 4-6 mL (1,200-1,800 I.U.)
Yearlings 5-6 mL (1,500-1,800 I.U.)

Sheep:
Ewes:
2-3 wks pre-partum 4-5 mL (1,200-1,500 I.U.)
At lambing 4-5 mL (1,200-1,500 I.U.)

Lambs:
At birth 2-3 mL (600-900 I.U.)
Weaning 2-3 mL (600-900 I.U.)
Finishing lambs 3-4 mL (900-1,200 I.U.)

Precautions:

Store between 2° and 30°C (36° and 86°F) in a dark place.

Cautions:

Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Occasionally, reactions of an anaphylactic or allergic nature may occur. Should such reactions occur, treat immediately with an injection of epinephrine or antihistamines. Do not add water to the solution.

NOT FOR HUMAN USE.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Discussion:

Natural tocopherols in feedstuffs can be destroyed through processing, ensiling and storage. A reduced vitamin E intake can result in marginal deficiencies that may not be visible. Intramuscular or subcutaneous injections offer a rapid method to increase the vitamin E status of animals.

Presentation:

250 mL vials.

VEDCO - 11/10/98.1