TARGET SPECIES: Cattle, sheep, pigs, hens and dogs.
INDICATIONS: In cattle, it is recommended for the treatment of diseases of the respiratory system (pneumonia, bronchitis, pleurisy), digestive tract (gastroenteritis), metritis, placental retention, paronychia and pododermatitis, abscesses, mastitis.
In pigs it is recommended in gastrointestinal disorders (gastritis, enteritis), respiratory disorders (pneumonia, bronchitis, rhinitis), mastitis, metritis.
In sheep it is recommended in the dysentery of newborn lambs, previous respiratory infections, and mastitis.
In birds it is recommended in mycoplasmosis, pasteurellosis, coryza, sinusitis, synovitis, streptococcal and staphylococcal infections.
In dogs it is recommended in infections caused by erythromycin-sensitive germs.
1 ml of solution for injection contains:
Erythromycin (in the form of thiocyanate)……………………50 mg
Benzyl alcohol………………………………………………….10 mg
Do not use in case of known hypersensitivity to the active substance or any of the excipients. Do not administer in animals with liver dysfunctions.
Local or systemic allergic reactions are possible. If you notice serious reactions or other effects not listed in this leaflet, please inform your veterinarian.
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION:
In large and medium-sized animals, the product is administered by deep intramuscular injection, and in birds in the subcutaneous connective tissue of the neck region, for 3 to 5 consecutive days, depending on the severity of the condition. The recommended doses are:
Cattle: 5 – 10 mg of active substance/kg bw/day (5 – 10 ml of product/50 kg bw/day).
Sheep: 4 mg of active substance/kg bw/day (4 ml of product/50 kg bw/day).
Pigs: 5 – 10 mg of active substance/kg bw/day (5 – 10 ml of product/50 kg bw/day). In newborn piglets: 25 mg of active substance/kg body weight/day (0.5 ml/kg bw/day).
Hens: 25 mg of active substance/kg bw/day (0.5 ml/kg bw/day)
Dogs: 5 – 10 mg of active substance/kg bw/day (1 – 2 ml of product/10 kg bw/12 hours).
If the animals do not show any improvement in their health, consult the veterinarian for re-assessment of the diagnosis.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER ADMINISTRATION:
In order to administer the proper dose, the body weight of the animal should be accurately determined. Read the leaflet before use.
Meat and offal: cattle, sheep, pigs – 7 days; hens – 3 days.
Milk: cattle, sheep – 3 days.
Do not administer to birds producing eggs for human consumption.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Store at temperatures lower than 25°C.
Keep away from direct sunlight and frost.
Do not use after the product expiration date stated on the label.
Shelf life after the first opening of the bottle: 28 days.
Not all pack sizes may be marketed.