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Intacal-IM

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Intacal-IM Rapid Calcium support during conditions like

Dystocia, Retained placenta, debility and weakness, hypothermia and milk fever demands lonisable Calcium supplement

Intacal-IM Rapid Calcium support during conditions like

Intacal-IM Dystocia, Retained placenta, debility and weakness, hypothermia and milk fever demands lonisable Calcium supplement

Provide lonisable Calcium Supplementation with INTACAL

INTACAL-IM :
•    is readily Absorbable for Faster Action
•    offers Rapid Calcium Surge and Maintenance in Blood Pool

Recommendations of INTACAL are in:
•    Normal Foetal Growth
•    Enhanced Muscular Tonocity during Prolapse, ROP and Dystocia
•    Better Bone Development in calves
•    Improved Milk Production
•    Avoiding Chances of Milk Fever
•    Supportive after I/V Calcium
•    Weak and Debilitated Animals
•    Hypothermia

Each ml of INTACAL-IM contains:
•    Calcium Levulinate: 76.4 mg
•    Vitamin D3 :5000 IU
•    Vitamin B12 :50 mcg

In Cattle and Buffalo, it is recommended at the dose rate of 10- 15ml by IM route, thrice a week for 1-2 weeks

In Sheep and Goats, It is recommended at the dose rate of 1-3m1 by IM route, thrice a week for 1-2 weeks

It is available in 45m1 vial and offers 10 mg of Ionisable Calcium per ml

Please prescribe INTACAL-IM – Calcium Injection for Rapid Response

Provide lonisable Calcium Supplementation with INTACAL

INTACAL-IM :
•    is readily Absorbable for Faster Action
•    offers Rapid Calcium Surge and Maintenance in Blood Pool

Recommendations of INTACAL are in:
•    Normal Foetal Growth
•    Enhanced Muscular Tonocity during Prolapse, ROP and Dystocia
•    Better Bone Development in calves
•    Improved Milk Production
•    Avoiding Chances of Milk Fever
•    Supportive after I/V Calcium
•    Weak and Debilitated Animals
•    Hypothermia

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