Symfos Solution for Injection


It is administered at a pharmacological dosage of 2,2 – 4,4 mg/kg/l.w./day butaphosphan and 1 – 2 µg/kg l.w./day vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) by intramuscular (i.m), intravenous (i.v) and subcutaneous (s.c) route in cattle, horses, sheep, goats, dogs and cats. Table of practical dosage; Target Species Live Weight Symfos Sol. For Inj. Dosage Administration Route Horse-Cattle 450 kg 10-20 ml /day Intramuscular (i.m) Foal-Bovine 180 kg 4-8 ml/day Intravenous (i.v) Sheep- Goat 45 kg 1-2 ml/day Subcutaneous (s.c) Dog-Cat 9 kg 0,2 -0,4 ml/day In case of chronic diseases, half of the abovementioned dosage is administered; if required, it can be repeated at a 1-2 week or shorter intervals. Half of the abovementioned dosage is administered to increase productivity of healthy animals. The treatment duration and period depends on the recommendations of the veterinarian.


Symfos Solution for Injection is indicated for the treatment of and protection against acute and chronic metabolic disorders caused by deficiencies of phosphorus and vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) in cattle, horses, sheep, goats, cats and dogs. It is indicated for the treatment of paresis and tetany due to metabolic disorders such as hypophosphataemia and hypocalcemia caused by deficiency of phosphorus and vitamin B12 in dairy cows (in combination with calcium and magnesium preparations);
chronic indigestion (digestive disorders) or ruminal distension, malnutrition, decreased milk yield, any food-related indigestion problems such as ruminal acidosis and alkalosis, ketosis and digestive system infections, phosphorus and associated calcium deficiency cases, retarded development in skeletal system of newborns, habit of eating non-food items (pica), osteomalacia and rachitism cases, nervous system disorders, bone metabolism disorders and support of general condition in recovery period (in combination with vitamin D preparations), fertility disorders (food-related and infertilization due to deficiency or absence of active substance), parasitic and secondary anemia (as supportive) in cattle; calcium treatment (additional) for lumbago, and to increase the resistance of the organism in cases of general weakness (anorexia, over-fatigue, weight-loss, asthenia) in horses; and for stimulating the development
of puppies.


Withdrawal period for meat and milk is “0” days for cattle, sheep and goats.