Each ml solution contains:
200 mg oxytetracycline
Broad spectrum antibiotic with bacteriostatic action against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria (E. coli, Pasteurella, Salmonella, Brucella, hemolytic and non-hemolytic Streptococci, Clostridia, Haemophilus, Corynebacterium, Anthrax, Staphylococcus, etc). Also active against Rickettsiae, Mycoplasma, Spirochaetes, Actinomyces.
The bacteriostatic effect is based on the inhibition of glutamic acid metabolism in the cells thus inhibiting the synthesis of bacterial proteins.
Oxytetracycline 20% LA maintains therapeutic levels for prolonged periods (about 3 days) following a single parenteral dose. The highest blood level is obtained after 4-8 h; the product is therefore indicated in acute infections where a broad spectrum antibiotic is needed.
Treatment of infectious diseases caused by germs sensitive to oxytetracycline like enteritis, salmonellosis, (vibrio)dysentery, mastitis, (endo)metritis, foot rot, pneumonia, infections of the urinary and digestive tract, secondary infections in case of viral diseases, etc.
Liver and kidney insufficiencies. Do not administer high doses to horses, dogs, cats.
By intramuscular injection:
All animals: 1 ml per 10 kg b.w. (20 mg/kg b.w.) remains active for 3 days.
Not more than 20 ml should be injected at one site in adult cattle (10 ml in pigs; 5 ml in sheep). Not more than 10 ml per site in adult swine and 5 ml per site in calves, sheep and goats.
Advised withdrawal times:
meat: 28 days. milk: 7 days.
At room temperature (15-25℃) and protected from light.
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Be it any condition, a healthy diet is a road to fast recovery. Watch this video for some quick and easy recipes to help you recover from Mononucleosis!
Mononucleosis is a viral infection. It is commonly known as the kissing disease since it as it spreads from one person to another through an oral contact like kissing. The mono virus multiplies grows in the white blood cells and then attacks the respiratory system, the lymphatic tissues and other glands in the body.
Symptoms to look for:
• Sore throat
• Swollen spleen
• Skin rashes
• Viral infection that spreads through oral contact
Food groups to consume in mononucleosis:
1. Vitamin A: Boosts immunity
Foods to consume: Oranges, papayas, tomatoes, watermelons, mangoes, carrots, beetroots, bell peppers, broccoli and spinach
2. Vitamin C: Increases antibodies production
Foods to consume: Lemons, oranges, kiwi fruit and Indian gooseberries
3. Vitamin E: Neutralizes toxins in body
Foods to consume: Almonds, walnuts, whole grains, wheat germ and avocados
4. Probiotics: Produces healthy bacteria that fights infections
Foods to consume: Yogurt
5. Omega 3: Reduces inflammation
Foods to consume: Fish and flax seeds
6. Liquids: Provides necessary vitamins & minerals and
Foods to consume: Coconut water, barley water, fruit juices, vegetable juices and wheat grass juice
Recipes based on the above food groups:
Recipe 1: Kiwi fruit & wheat grass juice
1. Blend a bunch of wheat grass and strain it
2. Then, put 2 kiwis in a juicer
3. Add 3 slices of pine apple in it
4. Also add chopped 1 guava
5. Juice them all together
6. Now drain and mix this juice with the wheat grass juice
You can have this juice along with your breakfast
Recipe 2: Beetroot raita
1. Grate 1 boiled beetroot
2. Add 150 gm yogurt to it
3. Also add 1/4th tsp ginger-garlic paste, some salt and a pinch
4. Now, in a small pan heat ½ tsp oil
5. Add some mustard and asafoetida
6. Once the mustard starts crackling, add the yogurt and
7. Mix well and serve
This raita makes for a healthy accompaniment to any meal
• Avoid foods that suppress immune system
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