Contains per ml.:
Sulfadiazine sodium……………… 200 mg.
Solvents ad………………………… 1 ml.
A clear colorless to yellowish liquid.
Indicated in the treatment of acute, subacute and chronic conditions of bacterial origin in cattle, pigs and dogs.
The therapeutic spectrum includes both Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria including Streptococci, Staphylococci, Actinobacilli, Actinomycae, Salmonella, Pasteurella, Pneumococci, Proteus, E. coli, Corynebacteria, Vibrio, Bordetella, Brucella, Klebsiellae and Haemophilae.
USAGE AND DOSAGE:
Cattle and Pigs:
The recommended dose rate is 15 mg of active ingredients per kilogram bodyweight (1 ml per 16 kg bodyweight).
Administration is by intramuscular or slow intravenous injection only.
Maximum recommended volume to be administered at a single intramuscular site: 15 ml of product.
The recommended dose rate is 15 mg of active ingredients per kilogram bodyweight (1 ml per 16kg bodyweight).
Administration is by slow intravenous injection only.
Dogs and Cats:
The recommened dose rate is 30 mg of active ingredients per kilogram bodyweight (1ml per 8kg bodyweight).
Administration is by subcutaneous injection only.
A single injection may be sufficient in uncomplicated cases, but in severe infections, treatment should be given until two days after the clinical signs have resolved, up to a maximum of five days.
1).Occasionally, temporary swelling at injection sites may occur.
2). Exceed dosage may lead into chronic poisoning or acute poisoning.
Edible tissues from slaughtered animal:
Cattle: 12 days from last treatment.
Pigs: 20 days from last treatment.
Horses: 28 days from last treatment.
Milk: 48 hours from last treatment.
Store in dark and cool place.