Ceva Santé Animale is recognized as an expert in the field of cattle reproduction. Pioneer in the development of progesterone intravaginal devices (PRID), the company has developed over the time a very comprehensive product range to cover the needs of cattle reproduction specialists.
Ceva has collaborated over the years with scientists and veterinary practitioners in increasing the knowledge in the field of cattle reproduction. This has resulted in the publication of scientific papers in different journals. Regularly the company has been involved in educational programs that have contributed to expand that knowledge among cattle veterinarians. As part of those activities Ceva launched the website www.reprology.com. The website gathers together all the data and publications available to the public and professionals on the subject of control of reproduction in cattle, sheep and goats.
- PRID® Delta: Latest development in progesterone intravaginal devices for cattle. The use of PRID® Delta allows synchronisation of œstrus in cycling cattle and induction and synchronisation of œstrus in non cycling cattle
- ENZAPROST® T (Dinoprost): A natural injectable prostaglandin eliminates physiological and pathological corpora lutea by its luteolytic effect. Its uterotonic effect can also be used to treat uterine pathologies such as endometritis.
- CYSTORELINE® (Gonadoreline) is a hormone that can trigger ovulation in cycling animals. It can be used in Ovsynch protocols to synchronise heat and to improve conception rates.
- SYNCRO PART® PMSG (eCG = equine chorionic gonadotropin), the product mimics the effects of natural gonadotropins (FSH and LH), triggering the final maturation of the follicles and their ovulation. It is used in combination with PRID® Delta when treating animals in anoestrus.
- SYNCROSTIM®500 IU Equine serum Gonadotrophin (eCG, formerly known as PMSG) 500 IU / Solvent vial contains: Benzyl alcohol 16.5 mg/ml. (eCG, formerly known as PMSG)
Training seminars (Reprology®, Reprosession®, Ceva University® ) combining interactive clinical cases for vets or livestock rearing subjects for producers, are available at all times to livestock breeding professionals.
The specialised Reprology.com website (accessible from January 2010) gathers together all the data and publications available to the public and professionals on the subject of control of reproduction in cattle, sheep and goats.
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