DIB-V progesterone insert
Contains 1 gram progesterone per insert for cattle
- More flexible shape, with softer tips
- V shaped silicon elastomer insert
- Unique sleek design
- Excellent retention rates
- Improved cow comfort
- Less pus on insert when removed from cow
- Lodges easily and reliably
- Suitable for treating non-cycling cows or oestrus synchrony programs
Intravaginal insert containing 1g progesterone in a slow release form for controlled breeding in cattle.
Available in foil packs of 10 inserts.
Serum progesterone concentrations rise when the device is inserted, suppressing oestrus. Progesterone concentrations fall when the insert is removed, leading to oestrus and to ovulation shortly after.
For treatment of postpartum anoestrus (non-cycling cows). For the synchronisation of oestrus in maiden heifers and cows to enable concentrated artificial insemination (AI) and embryo collection and transfer.
One device per cow or heifer to be inserted into the vagina using a specifically designed applicator. Reproductive treatment and oestrus synchronisation programs may be modified according to veterinary advice.
Not suitable for use in animals with abnormal vaginas. Animals in poor condition resulting from illness or nutritional stress may not respond.
Nil. Remove inserts before slaughter.
Human First Aid, Symptoms of Poisoning
Wear rubber gloves when handling the DIB-V inserts.
Store at room temperature in original packaging.
Restricted Veterinary Medicine, ACVM Registration Number A10319
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