What is compounding?
Drug compounding is often regarded as the process of combining or mixing drugs to create a medication tailored to the needs of an individual patient.
The generic form of Vetmedin is Pimobendan.
Vetmedin is in limited supply. Orders placed will be shipped as product continues to come off backorder.
NOTE: THIS ITEM MUST BE SHIPPED OVERNIGHT.
MU-SE® is recommended for the prevention and treatment of STD syndrome in weanling calves and breeding beef cows. Clinical signs are Stiffness and lameness, chronic persistent diarrhea, unthriftiness, abortions and/or weak premature calves.
Inject subcutaneously or intramuscularly. Weanling Calves: 1 mL per 200 pounds of body weight. Breeding Beef Cows: 1 mL per 200 pounds of body weight during the middle third of pregnancy, and 30 days before calving.
Selenium is toxic if administered in excess. A fixed dose schedule is therefore important (read package insert for each selenium-tocopherol product carefully before using).
Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency (STD) syndrome produces a variety and complexity of symptoms often interfering with a proper diagnosis. Even in selenium deficient areas there are other disease conditions which produce similar clinical signs. It is imperative that all these conditions be carefully considered prior to treatment of STD syndrome. Serum selenium levels, elevated SGOT, and creatine levels may serve as aids in arriving at a diagnosis of STD, when associated with other indices.
Use only the selenium-tocopherol product recommended for each species. Each formulation is designed for the species indicated to produce the maximum efficacy and safety.
Anaphylactoid reactions, some of which have been fatal, have been reported in cattle administered the MU-SE product. Signs include excitement, sweating, trembling, ataxia, respiratory distress, and cardiac dysfunction.
Use only as directed in weanling calves and breeding beef cows. Discontinue use 30 days before the treated cattle are slaughtered for human consumption.
Do not use in adult dairy cattle. Premature births and abortions have been reported in dairy cattle injected with this product during the third trimester of pregnancy.
Store between 2° and 30°C (36° and 86°F). Protect from freezing.