Çukurova Pharmaceutical

Injectable Solution

Vitamin - Mineral

The Composition

Robovet is dark pink, clear solution and contains 0,1 g Calcium Phosphorylcholine klorid, 0.05 g Casein-peptide, 0,05 mg Vitamin B12 in 1 ml solution.

Pharmacological Properties

Robovet is effective in hidden and apparent metabolic imbalance or infectious diseases can be encouraged: apathy, invasion and stress states, decreased appetite, convalescence circuit rumen lazy and constipation, chronic indigestion. Also this product stimulates blood production and the formation of the physiological digestive flora.

Choline is an amine compound with effective of Vitamin B. Choline is as betaine and methionine a lipotropic factor which used for the synthesis of acetylcholine in cholinergic nerve terminals.

Vitamin B12 is a water soluble agent and is involved in followed by a series of enzymatic transformation of B12 Coenzyme in organism.

Casein-peptides contain a series of amino acids to require for the normal functioning of the animal organism. When administered intravenously or intramuscularly in the organism Robovey is easily absorbed. When it is injected to normal or anemic animals in this way, reaches a maximum level of concentration in the blood 4-5 hours, and tends to decrease during the following 72 hours.

When once absorbed, globulins through to blood plasma where formed alpha 1 globulin or transkobalamin 1 and especially gamaglobulin and transkobalamin 2. Also, it is stored in different organs as liver, kidney, muscle and bone marrow.

When it is transformed to metabolites, the active components of Robovet are excreted primarily by the kidney and freely. Maximum elimination takes place in 24 hours. Depending on the deposition of organism, only part of the administered dose is excreted. The excreted part is related the dose. Another thing also needs to be known; Vitamin B12 is eliminated by glomerular filtration, excreted in the bile and reabsorbe the intestines through the enterohepatic circulation.

  • Physiological deficiencies caused by metabolic dysregulation and disease states,
  • Life-sized weaknesses in newborns,
  • Chronic indigestion,
  • In cases of overall atrophy and decreased productivity,
  • Invasions,
  • In support of cases of paresis and paralysis,
  • Overload and exhaustion,
  • In all cases the body that causes loss of resistance.

Administration and Dosage

If not otherwise recommended by veterinarians;

Robovet is used for a period of at least 3 days with intramuscular and subcutaneous injection, this period may be extended if necessary.

Animals Intramuscular and Subcutaneous Injection
Cattle- Buffaloes 10-25 ml
Horse 15-20 ml
Calves- Heifer- Numbnuts 10-20 ml
Calf- Foal 5-15 ml
Pig 5-10 ml
Piglet 1-3 ml
Sheep- Goat 3-5 ml
Lamb- Yeanling 2-3 ml
Cat- Dog 0,5-5 ml

In healthy animals, half of the above doses are given for prophylactic. If necessary, treatment can be repeated. In horses, Robovet should be injected different places by divided for subcutaneous or intramuscular application.

Drug Withdrawal Period Of Residual

“0” (zero) day for milk and meat.

Type of Packaging
Robovet 20 ml, 50 ml and 100 ml honey-colored glass vials has been presented in cardboards.
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