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Posted on May.27, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
For use in vitamin B12 deficiency associated with cobalt deficiency in cattle and sheep and for vitamin B12 deficiency associated with inadequate vitamin B12 intake or intestinal malabsorption in swine.
5000 mcg Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin Sterile Solution, each ml contains: Benzyl alcohol 1.5% v/v; Cyanocobalamin 5000 mcg; Water for injection q.s.pH buffered with acetic acid; Sodium chloride 0.8% w/v
Once the rumen becomes functional, bacterial synthesis is considered to supply the normal requirement of cattle for B-vitamins. Cobalt is a part of the vitamin B12 compound and is essential for rumen bacteria to manufacture this vitamin, so the lack of a trace mineral, cobalt, can result in a vitamin B12 deficiency in cattle. Milk is a source of B-vitamins for the calf. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.24, 2011, under Anesthesia Machine
Complete systems include a precision, agent-specific vaporizer; oxygen flush valve; oxygen flowmeter; mouse- and rat-sized nosecones; non-rebreathing circuit; waste gas filters; induction chamber; and oxygen supply hose. Suitable for mouse to swine sized models. 19” x 19” x 50.5” high, weight 60 lbs. Shelf size 9” x 19” with 0.75” lip, extends behind machine 3.5” beyond footprint parameters.
All waste gases are scavenged for easy evacuation. Dual- & multi-patient circuits allow procedures to be handled in an assembly-line manner. You need to add oxygen, anesthetic agent and models. One dial setting delivers a consistent and safe anesthetic level. Positive sealing gasket on induction chambers minimize exposure to any waste gases.Breathing circuits allow flat, prone or supine positions with head access. Can be connected to in-house evacuation, a fume hood or a disposable charcoal filter for complete mobility. Included with all Laboratory Animal Anesthesia Systems. Manuals include a “cookbook” protocol. Download the manual. Contact the manufacturer.
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Posted on May.21, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
Joint Oats for Horses is a unique, tasty pellet that helps maintain your horse’s joints while promoting a good digestive balance. Joint Aid 4 Horses contains the active joint ingredients you would expect, including glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM, and Ester-C (the non-acidic form of Vitamin C).
Joint Aid 4 Horses comes as an easy-to-feed mini pellet, with a very pleasant flavor and aroma. With Oatinol, a proprietary oats oil extract and significantly enhances joint ingredient absorption, helping horses to experience vitality and ease of movement. Helps maintain flexibility of movement with this unique combination of ingredients. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.19, 2011, under Veterinary Tool
Cattle dehorning is a necessary management practice to prevent injury to animals and handlers. It is generally accepted that the younger the calf is at the time of dehorning, the less invasive and painful the procedure. The American Veterinary Medical Association and many other organizations recommend that cattle be dehorned at the earliest age practicable.
The most convenient method of dehorning is cauterization of the horn bud when calves are 4 to 6 weeks old using a hot iron. Dehorning irons have a cup-shaped hollow in front which fits over the horn bud. By holding the iron at an angle and moving it around in a circulate motion, the skin right around the horn bud is cauterized. The objective is to cause the skin under and around the horn bud to die, preventing horn-growth. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.17, 2011, under Veterinary Equipment
This polytetrafluoroethylene urethral catheter named The Slippery Sam is used to alleviate urethral obstruction and allow drainage and administration of fluids (e.g. FUS - Feline Urologic Syndrome). It is a rigid PTFE coated catheter designed to provide easy and atraumatic placement without the use of a stylet.
This Slippery Sam catheter is intended to be used short term, up to 6 hours. If the patient requires long term drainage it should be replaced with the silicone one. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.16, 2011, under Veterinary Equipment
This Large Animal Necropsy Table was designed for post mortem dissection of a large animal. The Table is completely mobile via casters and has a self-contained hydraulic system and merely requires a drop cord for access to power. The Table is equipped with a completely Stainless Steel Top. The base frame of the table can be made of steel or stainless steel.
There is one drain hole in the top, that is equipped with a stainless steel hose connection, for attachment of a drain hose. The table top has a raised flange/lip on all outside edges to prevent drainage of fluids. The table top frame is made of stainless steel square tubing. (continue reading…)