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.
MULTIMIN 90 an injectable source of minerals that have been proven to improve weight gain, improve reproductive rates, and reduce mastitis. It can also improve the immune system. The unique formulation of chelated minerals of zinc, manganese, selenium, and copper makes for the easy absorption of these trace minerals. Proven in studies to lower somatic cell counts and cases of subclinical mastitis.
This injectable supplement provides manganese, selenium, copper, and zinc. These trace minerals are essential in immunity, reproduction, and improving the immune response to vaccination.
Multimin 90 is a supplemental source of zinc, manganese, selenium and copper.
This product is only for use in cattle.
MULTIMIN 90 is to be given subcutaneously (under the skin) ONLY.
It is recommended to administer the product in accordance with Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) guidelines. Minimum distance between injection sites for the MULTIMIN 90 product and other injection sites should be at least 4 inches.
Inject under the loose skin of the middle of the side of the neck. Max volume per injection site is 7 ml.
|Calves:||up to 1 year 1 ml/100 lb bodyweight|
|Cattle:||from 1-2 years 1 ml/50 lb bodyweight|
|Cattle:||over 2 years 1 ml/200 lb bodyweight|
|Bulls||3 times per year|
|Beef Cows||4 weeks before breeding
4 weeks before calving
|Dairy Cows||4 weeks before calving
4 weeks before inseminationat dry-off
at 3 months and/or weaning
|Heifers||every 3 months - especially 4 weeks before breeding|
(program gives planned dates that can be varied to suit mangement programs)
|Animal Weight (lbs)||Calves Up to 1 year 1 ml/100 lb BW||Cattle 1-2 years 1 ml/150 lb BW||Cattle >2 years 1 ml/200 lb BW|
|1000||6.6 ml||5 ml|
Slight local reaction may occur for about 30 seconds after injection. A slight swelling may be observed at injection site for a few days after administration. Use standard aseptic procedures during administration of injections to reduce the risk of injection site abscesses or lesions.
Selenium and copper are toxic if administered in excess.
Always follow recommended label dose. Do not overdose.
It is recommended that accurate body weight is determined prior to treatment.
Do not use concurrently with other injectable selenium and copper products.
Do not use concurrently with selenium or copper boluses.
Do not use in emaciated cattle with a BCS of 1 in dairy or 1-3 in beef.
Consult your veterinarian.
Store Between 15° C and 30° C (59° F and 86° F)