Thiavet Injection

Per ml contains
 Thiamin Hydrochloride BP 100 mg

 Thiavet contains Thiamine Hydrochloride a water soluble vitamin is an essential coenzyme for carbohydrate metabolism.
 Thiamine deficiency develops when the dietary intake is inadequate, severe deficiency leads to the development of syndrome known as beri-beri. Chrinic “dry” beri-beri is characterized by peripheral neuropathy, muscle wasting and muscle wasting and muscle weakness, and paralysis. Acute “Wet” beri-beri is characterized by cardiac failure and oedema.

 Thiamin hydrochloride injection is effect for the treatment of thiamine deficiency or beriberi whether of the dry (major symptoms related to the nervous system) or wet (major symptoms related to the cardiovascular system) variety. Thiamine hydrochloride injection should be used where rapid restoration of thiamine is necessary, as in Wernick’s encephalopathy, infantile beriberi with acute collapse, cardiovascular disease due to thiamine deficiency, or neuritis of pregnancy if vomiting is severe. It is also indicated when giving IV dextrose to individuals with marginal thiamine status to avoid precipitation of heart failure.
 Thiamine hydrochloride injection is also indicated in patients with established thiamine deficiency who can not take thiamine orally due to coexisting severe anorexia, nausea, vomiting, or malabsortion. Thiamine hydrochloride injection is not usually indicated for conditions of decreased oral intake or decreased gastrointestinal absorption, because multiple vitamins should usually be given.

Dosage and Administration:
 A general average dose for all species may be 2.5 – 6.5 ml for 100 kg body weight.

Withdrawal Times:
 None

Storage Conditions:
 Store below 25˚C
 Do not freeze

 Vial of 10ml, 50 ml and 100 ml.