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B50-Vet® Injection
Vitamin B-Complex


Each ml contains Thiamine HCL BP – 50 mg, Riboflavine Sodium Phosphate BP – 5 mg, Pyridoxine HCl BP – 5 mg, Nicotinamide BP – 100 mg, Cal-D-Pentothenate BP – 10 mg, Inositol USPNF – 2 mg, DL-Methionine BP – 5 mg, Cyanocobalamine BP – 2 mcg.



Ruminants: Inappetance, weakness, ataxia, paresis, anorexia, diarrhoea followed by signs characteristic of polyencephalomalacia including blindness, head pressing, convulsions, paralysis, opisthotonos, poor growth, loss of hair, skin lessions, lacrimation & salivation, scours, metabolic disorders, microcytic hypochromic anaemia, nervous disorders, scally dermatitis around the mouth 8 muzzle, leukopenia.

Horse: Lethargy, anorexia, weight loss, ataxia, cardiac arhythmias, muscle tremors & convulsions.

Dogs: Anorexia, emesis, depression, paraparesis, torticollis, circling, convulsions, signs of “Black tongue” or “brown mouth”, cheilosis, glossitis, gingivitis, bloody diarrhoea, cardiomyopathy.


Dosage & Administration:

B50-Vet injection can be used intramuscularly.

Large animals (Cattle, Buffalo, Horse) -: 5-10 ml daily thrice in a week.

Small animals (Sheep, Goat, dog, Cat) :1-2 ml daily thrice in a week.



B50-Vet injection should not be used in animals hypersensitive to active ingredient.


Use in Pregnancy and Lactation:

B50-Vet injection is safe in pregnant and lactating animals.


Adverse effects:

B50-Vet injection has no common side effect at the recommended dose.



B50-Vet injection should be used by Intramuscular route only. Because it may cause shock due to the presence of procaine HCI & phenol.


Drug Interaction:

Riboflavin reduces the antibiotic activity of solution of streptomycin, tetracyclines, potassium supplements, neomycin etc. have been found to impair cobalamin absorption. There is no evidence that they have a significant effect on utilization of cobalamin given as therapy.


Package quantities:

10 ml vial & 100 ml vial.