A light-rose to dark-rose-colored liquid with specific odor of the components.
Cyanophor is a combination drug the action of which is conditional upon the components included therein.
Butaphosphane replenishes the body with phosphor; stimulates metabolism processes; normalizes the level of a stress hormone cortisol (hydrocortisone); accelerates blood glucose utilization; activates energy metabolism; improves the liver function; increases nonspecific resistance of the body; activates locomotor activity of the heart muscle and skeletal muscles; and promotes bone tissue formation.
Cyanocobalamin stimulates blood formation or hematopoiesis; activates creatine synthesis, lipometabolism or fat metabolism, methionine biosynthesis; and normalizes digestion process.
Cyanophor is used for the purposes of prevention and treatment of animals and poultry in the event of the necessity to normalize metabolism; improve general resistance, productivity; accelerate growth and development.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
Cyanophor is administered once daily intramuscularly, subcutaneously or intravenously (slowly); in poultry, it is given orally in the drinking water for 4 to 5 days.
Single doses of the drug (mL per animal):
Horses and Cattle: 10 to 25;
Foals and Calves: 5 to 12;
Sheep and Goats: 2.5 to 8;
Lambs and Kids: 1.5 to 2.5;
Pigs: 2.5 to 10;
Suckling piglets and Gilts: 1 to 2.5;
Dogs: 0.5 to 5;
Cats and Fur-Bearing Animals: 0.5 to 2.5;
Laying hens and Broilers: 2 to 3 mL per liter of the drinking water;
Chickens and Replacements: 1 to 1.5 mL per liter of the drinking water
In the event of a chronic clinical course as well as in healthy animals, half a dose of the drug specified above is administered. Whenever required, a repeated course of treatment is conducted at an interval of between 5 days and 14 days.
10-mL, 20-mL, 50-mL; and 100-mL neutral glass vials closed by a rubber stopper and sealed with aluminum crimp. Secondary package: cartons.