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Oxytetravet 10%

Composition:Each gm Contains:

Each 1 ml contains :

 Oxytetracycline HCl    100 mg

 

Indications:

  • It is indicated for The treatment of infections caused by organisms sensitive to Oxytetracycline in Horses, Cattle and Sheep.

    It is active against a range of both Gram-positive and Gram-negative microorganisms including: Streptococcus spp., Staphylococcus spp., Listeria monocytogenes, Mannheimia haemolytica, Haemophilus parahaemolyticus and Bordetella bronchiseptica and against Chlamydophila abortus (formerly Chlamydia psittaci), the causative organism of enzootic abortion in sheep.

Dosage: 

 

Administered by intramuscular  or slowly  intravenous injection.

- Horses: 5 mg active ingredient / kg bodyweight ( 5 ml /100 kg bodyweight).

- Foals : 10 mg  active ingredient / kg bodyweight ( 10 ml /100 kg bodyweight).

- Cattle: 3 mg active ingredient / kg bodyweight (3 ml/100 kg bodyweight ).

- Sheep, Lambs and Calves  : 8 mg active ingredient / kg bodyweight (8 ml/100 kg bodyweight).

One application is sufficient, but maybe repeated at 24 h intervals up to four times.

Prophylactic treatment of enzootic abortion in sheep ( 20 mg active ingredient /kg ) administered about day 95–100 of gestation. A further treatment may be given 2–3 weeks later.

Maximum recommended dose at any one site: Cattle 20 ml, Sheep and Pigs 10 ml.

Repeat doses should be administered at different sites, and the sites massaged well after injection.

Contraindications

- Not recommended to use in  Cats and Dogs.

- A transient swelling may be observed following intramuscular administration in Horses.

- Using tetracycline during bone and tooth development, in late  pregnancy lead to discoloration .

Withdrawal time

-Meat from treated Cattle shouldn't be used during treatment and within 21 days from the last treatment.

-Milk from treated Cattle shouldn't be used during treatment and within 6 days from the last treatment.

-Meat from treated Sheep shouldn't be used during treatment and within 14 days from the last treatment.

-Milk from treated Sheep shouldn't be used for human consumption.

Storage: Store in dark dry places below 25 ˚C, do not refrigirate.

 

 

 

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