Product class: Authorized package
Medicinal product class: Veterinary medicine
Package code: 1613360
Name of medicinal product: Hypophysin
Active substances:
Carbetocin
Estonian, English, Latin
ATC code: QH01BB03
Dosage form: solution for injection
Route of administration: intramuscular use; intravenous use
Strengh: 70mcg 1ml
Amount in package: 50ml 1TK
Legal status for supply*: Subject to medicinal prescription
Class of active substance:  
Additional information:  
Indication: Cows: - Uterine atony during the puerperal period - Placental retention as a consequence of uterine atony - Initiation of milk ejection in stress-induced agalactia or in conditions requiring udder emptying Sows: - Acceleration or restart of parturition after disruption of uterine contractions (uterine atony or inertia) following the expulsion of at least one piglet - Supportive therapy of mastitis-metritis-agalactia (MMA-) syndrome - Initiation of milk ejection - Shortening of total parturition duration as a component of synchronisation of parturition in sows. The product may be applied to sows which have previously been administered an appropriate PGF2? or PGF2? analogue (e.g. cloprostenol) not prior to day 114 of pregnancy and have not started farrowing within 24 hours after the PGF2? or PGF2? analogue injection (day 1 of pregnancy is the last day of insemination)
Safety features: No
Summary of product characteristics (SPC):  (last updated 18 June 2019)
Package information leaflet (PIL): EST  (last updated 18 June 2019)
Labelling:  (last updated 18 June 2019)
Withdrawal time: Veis, siga Lihale ja söödavatele kudedele: 0 päeva Veis Piimale: 0 tundi
Species: siga, veis
Last imported to Estonia: 08 February 2024
Marketing authorization holder: Veyx-Pharma GmbH 
Marketing authorization number: 1848 
Marketing authorization issued on: 19 June 2014 
Marketing authorization expires on: Unlimited 
Marketing authorization procedure type: Decentralised 
Entry/Changing date: 18 June 2019
Legal status for supply – medicinal product on medical prescription or not subject to medical prescription