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Cobactan - 15

Intramammary antibiotic cerate containing cefquinome for use in lactating cows. This product may only be prescribed by your local veterinary practitioner from whom advice should be sought. VPA 10996/105/001. Active ingredient: Cefquinome

Combiclav - 24

Combiclav Lactating Cow Intramammary Suspension is specially formulated for the treatment of bovine mastitis. It contains Amoxicillin and Clavulanic Acid giving it a broad spectrum of bactericidal activity against the bacteria commonly found in the bovine udder. The prednisolone in Combiclav Lactating Cow Intramammary Suspension has an anti-inflammatory action which helps to reduce the potentially destructive swelling and inflammation associated with mastitis, without affecting the white cell response to infection. Dosage & Administration Combiclav Lactating Cow Intramammary Suspension should be administered at a dose rate of 3 syringes per infected quarter with a single syringe given every 12 hours. Use each syringe only once. Withdrawals • Milk for human consumption must not be taken from a cow during treatment. • With cows milked twice daily, milk for human consumption may only be taken from 84 hours after the last treatment. • Animals must not be slaughtered for human consumption during treatment. • Cattle may be slaughtered for human consumption only after 7 days from the last treatment.

Gamaret - 20

Treatment of both the acute and chronic mastitis in cows during the lactation period caused by the pathogens sensitive to novobiocin penicillin dihydrostreptomycin and neomycin.Meat - 7 days milk – 72 hours (6 milking).

Mastiplan - 20

An antibiotic intramammary cerate containing cephapirin and prednisolone for use in lactating cows. This product may only be prescribed by your local veterinary practitioner from whom advice must be sought. Active ingredient: Cefapirin, Prednisolone

Multiject - 24

Multiject IMM is indicated in the treatment of acute and subacute bovine mastitis in milking cows, accompanied by pain and inflammation caused by bacterial infection sensitive to Penicillin, Streptomycin and Neomycin therapy. Active ingredient: Procaine Benzylpenicillin, Streptomycin Sulphate, Neomycin Sulphate, Prednisolone

Pathocef - 4

For intrammary administration to lactating cattle for the single dose treatment of clinical mastitis. Inject syrine into infected quarter immediately after milking. Withdrawal:MILK: 72 hours, MEAT AND OFFAL: 2 days. Active ingredient: Cefoperazone

Procapen - 24

For treatment of udder infection in lactating cows caused by benzylpenicillin-susceptible staphylococci and streptococci. Dosage & Administration • For intramammary use: 3.0 g benzylpenicillin, procaine monohydrate per diseased udder quarter, corresponding to: one syringe per diseased quarter every 24 h for 3 consecutive days. • All udder quarters are to be carefully milked immediately prior to each administration. • After the teats and the teat tips have been cleaned and disinfected, one syringe is administered per infected udder quarter. • Withdrawals: Meat and offal: 5 days, Milk: 6 days

Synulox - 24

For treatment of clinical cases of mastitis. One syringe per affected quarter after milking at 12 hour intervals for 3 consecutive milkings. Withdrawal: MILK: 84 hours, MEAT AND OFFAL: 7 days. VPA 10019/033/001. Active ingredient: Amoxicillin, Clavulanic, Prednisolone

Taneven LC 3g Intramammary Susp. PK. 20

Treatment of clinical mastitis caused by benzylpenicillin-susceptible streptococci and staphylococci in lactating cows. Refrigerated product- store between 2 and 8 degrees; Withdrawal period: 5 days in meat and 120 hours in milk

Terrexine - 20

This combination is active against Staphylococci Streptococci and sensitive E.coli organisms. For use in the treatment of mastitis in lactating cows. Active ingredient: Cephalexin Kanamycin

Tetra Delta - 24

For treatment of bovine mastits in lactating cows. Infuse one syrine into each infected quarter after milking, if necessary treatment can be repeated once at 24 or 28 hour interval. Withdrawal: MILK: 108 hours. MEAT AND OFFAL: 7 days. VPA 10019/098/001. Active ingredient: Novobiocin, Neomycin, Procaine Benzypenicillin, Dihydrostreptomycin, Prednisolone

Ubropen - 20

Narrow Spectrum Treatment for Mastitis in cattle. Milk withdrawal: 6 days. Meat withdrawal: 3 days