Bose Injection For Goats

BoSe is a supplement given to goats to treat selenium and prevent deficiency. Learn the correct BoSe dosage for goats plus how to give the supplement correctly. Selenium is an essential trace nutrient that is present in the soil. In goats, this mineral is responsible for brain and thyroid health, muscle development and reproductive health. Because this nutrient is available in the soil, goats kept in smaller pastures and fed mostly hay are at a higher risk for selenium deficiency

BO-SE® Injection (selenium, vitamin E) is recommended for the prevention and treatment of white muscle disease (Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency) syndrome in calves, lambs, and ewes. In sows and weanling pigs, as an aid in the prevention and treatment of diseases associated with Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency such as hepatic necrosis, mulberry heart disease, and white muscle disease.

Supplied as a 100 ml bottle.
Needles and syringes sold separately.
A veterinarian’s prescription is required for purchase.

Description

BO-SE (selenium, vitamin E) is an emulsion of selenium-tocopherol for the prevention and treatment of white muscle disease (Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency) syndrome in calves, lambs, and ewes, and as an aid in the prevention and treatment of Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency in sows and weanling pigs. Each mL contains: 2.19 mg sodium selenite (equivalent to 1 mg selenium), 50 mg (68 USP units) vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl acetate), 250 mg polysorbate 80, 2% benzyl alcohol (preservative), water for injection q.s. Sodium hydroxide and/or hydrochloric acid may be added to adjust pH.

Benefits of Bose Injection For Goats

  • Used for treatment of “White Muscle Disease” (Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency).
  • Supplied as 100ml bottle.
  • Veterinarian’s prescription required.
  • Approved by FDA

Specifications

  • Each ml of BO-SE® contains the equivalent to 1 mg selenium and 50 mg (68 USP units) vitamin E.
  • Should not be administered to pregnant ewes
  • Store between 36 – 86 degrees
  • Protect from freezing

Features of Bose Injection For Goats

  • Bovine, porcine and ovine injectable
  • Contains Selenium and Vitamin E
  • Prevention and Treatment of Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency
  • Requires a veterinarian’s prescription
  • Supplied as a 100 ml bottle

Indications

BO-SE (selenium, vitamin E) is recommended for the prevention and treatment of white muscle disease (Selenium-Tocopherol Deficiency) syndrome in calves, lambs, and ewes. Clinical signs are: stiffness and lameness, diarrhea and unthriftiness, pulmonary distress and/or cardiac arrest. In sows and weanling pigs, as an aid in the prevention and treatment of diseases associated with Selenium-Tocopherol deficiency, such as hepatic necrosis, mulberry heart disease, and white muscle disease. Where known deficiencies of selenium and/or vitamin E exist, it is advisable, from the prevention and control standpoint, to inject the sow during the last week of pregnancy.

Precaution

DO NOT USE IN PREGNANT EWES. Deaths and abortions have been reported in pregnant ewes injected with this product. WARNINGS Anaphylactoid reactions, some of which have been fatal, have been reported in animals administered BO-SE. Signs include excitement, sweating, trembling, ataxia, respiratory distress and cardiac dysfunction. Discontinue use 30 days before the treated calves are slaughtered for human consumption. Discontinue use 14 days before the treated lambs, ewes, sows and pigs are slaughtered for human consumption. Selenium-Vitamin E preparations can be toxic when improperly administered.

Prices of Bose Injection For Goats

$26.28 – $30.29

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