- Hypophosphatemia leading to poor growth, dull hair
coat, leggy appearance, subnormal milk production,
and poor reproductive performance .
- Pica, including osteophagia followed by possible
complications of botulism or traumatic reticulitis .
- Atypical shifting-leg lameness, swollen joints, and
spontaneous fractures .
- Recumbency due to apparent muscle weakness.
- Intravascular hemolysis with Hemoglobinuria in
post- parturient cattle
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
- Acute Condition:
Large Animals: 5-15 ml by IV, IM or SC injection
Small Animals: 1-3 ml by IV, IM or SC injection
- Chronic Conditions:
Large animals: 2.5-5 ml
Small animals: 1-2 ml