Amoxynil LA Injectable Suspension is a white - cream colored, sterile, oily suspension. Each ml contains amoxicillin trihydrate equivalent to 150 mg of amoxicillin.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
Amoxynil LA Injectable Suspension is used in cattle, sheep, dogs and cats in the treatment of gastrointestinal system infections caused by susceptible bacteria (bacterial enteritis, salmonellosis) and urogenital system infections (cystitis, nephritis, pyelonephritis) and respiratory system infections (bronchitis, pneumonia, bronchopneumonia, Pasteurella pneumoniae, enzootic pneumonia, laryngitis, tonsillitis, and secondary bacterial infections accompanying viral pneumonia) especially caused by Pasteurella multocida and M. haemolytica, skin and soft tissue infections such as abscesses, wounds, foot and nail infections, joint and umbilical diseases, for the prevention and treatment of post-operative infections and to support local treatment of mastitis and metritis.
ADMINISTRATION ROUTES AND AMOUNTS
Unless advised otherwise by the veterinarian, Amoxynil LA is administered intramuscularly (IM) to cattle and sheep, intramuscularly (IM) and subcutaneously (SC) to dogs and cats. The pharmacological dose of amoxicillin in cattle, sheep, dogs and cats is 15 mg amoxicillin /kg bw.
Practical dose: Administer 1 ml Amoxynil LA / 10 kg bw to cattle, sheep, dogs and cats. Repeat the administration 48 hours later if necessary.
Cattle and sheep should not be slaughtered for human consumption during the treatment and for 30 days following the last treatment. Cow milk should not be used for human consumption during the treatment and for 5 days (10 milkings) following the last treatment. Sheep milk should not be used for human consumption during the treatment and for 7 days (14 milkings) following the last treatment. Withdrawal period for the injection site is 50 days in cattle and sheep. As the withdrawal period for milk is long, it is not recommended to use in sheep producing milk for human consumption.
Sold as 50 ml, 100 ml and 250 ml in colorless glass vials inside cardboard boxes.