Vetoquinol has introduced a new smaller pack size for Reprocine, to help prevent wastage. The new 6 x 10ml pack is now available from wholesalers.
Vétoquinol has introduced a new smaller pack size for Reprocine, to help prevent wastage. The new 6 x 10ml pack is now available from wholesalers.
Reprocine is licensed in the cow for uterine atony during the puerperal (post-parturient) period, placental retention as a consequence of uterine atony and initiation of milk ejection in a stress-induced agalactia or in conditions requiring udder emptying.
In the sow, Reprocine is licensed for uterine atony during the puerperal period also, supportive therapy of mastitis-metritis-agalactia (MMA) syndrome, initiation of milk ejection and for shortening of parturition period. Reprocine is an intraveneous or intramuscular injection and has the added advantage of no milk or meat withdrawal.
Susan Mitchell, Vétoquinol’s large animal product manager, said: “The new pack size reduces wastage which provides an instant cost-effective advantage. Reprocine is rapidly distributed and slowly eliminated. Efficient parturition and milk ejection is essential for newborn welfare and ultimately provides an economic benefit. Reprocine can be utilised in many reproductive associated conditions.”
Reprocine is also available in 50ml bottles.