Trimediazine Plain Oral Equine Powders 1x10x50gram
Trimediazine Plain Oral Powder for oral use can be administered mixed with small food and contains a broad-spectrum antibiotic. It can be used to treat bacterial infections in horses, including infections caused by Staphylococcus spp; Streptococcus spp; Escherichia coli & amp; Rhodococcus (Corynebacterium) equi. Conditions that may be successful in treatment include respiratory tract infections such as tourniquets, pneumonia, and pleural; digestive tract infections such as diarrhea; blood poisoning; general infections and wounds.
Trimediazine Plain Oral Powder is a white, broad-spectrum antibacterial powder for mixing with animal feed. Each bag contains % Trimethoprim 5 wt. A sulfadiazine 25 wt. Trimediazine Plain is indicated for use in the treatment of bacterial diseases in horses, including upper and lower respiratory tract infections, digestive tract infections, and infected wounds.
Trimediazine Plain Oral Powder is indicated for use in the treatment of bacterial diseases in horses, including upper and lower respiratory tract infections, digestive tract infections and infected wounds. Mix with a small amount of food. Each 50 g bag offers a daily dose for horses weighing 500 kg. A dose can be administered, For oral administration in the feed, a dose of 30 mg of combined active substances per kg of body weight is administered. daily or divided and administered at 12-hour intervals for 5 days.
Trimediazine is a combination of trimethoprim and sulfadiazine, which together produce a powerful antibacterial effect. The broad spectrum of activity and the high safety level of Trimediazin mean that it is used for a wide range of infections in horses. These include respiratory, gastrointestinal and soft tissue infections. An example would be pneumonia; pleura, strangulation, infected wounds and blood poisoning.
- Wash hands after use.
- Gloves should be worn whilst handling this product.
- Treated horses may never be slaughtered for human consumption.
- This product can be safely administered during pregnancy and lactation.
- Drug absorption may be greater if food is withheld for a few hours prior to dosing.
- Avoid direct contact with skin and eyes. If contact occurs, wash the affected area with copious amounts of water.
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