Calving induction. Uterine inertia or atony. Involution of the uterus after caesareans and reduction of hemorrhaging. Expulsion of afterbirth and remains of exudates after calving. Starting lactation after calving. Chronic pyometritis and endometritis to cause expulsion of exudates. Adjuvant treatment for antibiotic therapy of acute and chronic mastitis to cause the expulsion of remains and facilitate drainage.
Dosage and route of administration
Obstetrics. Cows: 7.5-10 ml. Mares: 7.5-15 ml. Sows, ewes, goats: 3-5 ml. Dogs: 0.5-2.5 ml. Cats: 0.5-1 ml. IV, IM or SC route.
Milk ejection. Cows, mares: 1-2 ml. Sows, ewes, goats: 0.5-2 ml. Dogs: 0.2-1 ml. Cats: 0.1-1 ml. Preferably IV route.
Meat: zero days. Milk: zero days.
25, 100 and 250 ml vials.
Registry no. 585 ESP