10% each ml contains Oxytetracycline 100 mg.
Oxytetracycline injection is a wide spectrum bacteriostatic antibiotic. It acts on gram-positive and gram-negative micro-organisms. It is particularly sensitive to streptococci, clostridia, E.coli, shigellae, brucellae, salmonellae, leptospirae. Etc. In addition, it is effective against some mycoplasmas, rickettsiae, chlamydiae, some protozoa and large viruses. After administration of therapeutic dose of Oxytetracycline injection 5%, a high level of Oxytetracycline in blood is achieved within half an hour to 4 hours.
Treatment of diseases caused by Oxtetracycline-susceptible organisms in cattle, sheep and goats. Diseases including pneumonia and shipping fever complex associated with Pasteur ella spp and Haemophilus spp, infectious bovine kerato-conjunctivitis ( pinkeye ) caused by Moraxella bovis, foot rot and diphtheria caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum, bacterial enteritis ( scours) caused by Escherichia coli, wooden tongue caused by Actinobacillus lignierisii; leptospirosis caused by Leptospira pomoma; wound infections and acute metritis caused by strains of staphylocci and streptococci organisms sensitive to Oxytetracycline.
For cattle: Bronchopneumonia and other respiratory infections, infections of the gastrointestinal tract, metritis, mastitis, septicaemia, puerperal infections, and secondary bacterial infections primarily caused by viruses, etc
For sheep and goats: Infections of respiratory, urogenital, gastrointestinal tract and hooves, mastitis, infected wounds, etc.
Pharmacological action: N/A
Usage and administration:
Administer by intramuscular injection. The dose of the active principle Oxytetracy-cline amounts to 10 mg/kg bodyweight of the animal. Administer for 3 – 5 days depending on the type and severity of the infection. The administration is carried out in the following volume:
Cattle 2ml / 10 kg bodyweight
Calves 2ml / 10 kg bodyweight
Sheep and goats 2ml / 10 kg bodyweight
Pigs 2ml / 10 kg bodyweight
Side effect and contraindication:
Oxtetracycline injection 5% is not intended for cats, dogs and horses. It should not be given to animals in late pregnancy, animals with severe damages of liver and kidneys and to animals oversensitive to Oxytetraycline.
Sometimes a temporary swelling on the injection site occurs.
Withdrawal time: From last treatment, within 21 days for meat and edible tissues and within 7 days for milk.
Storage and expired time: In a cool dry place under 25 centi-degrees, away from light.
Packing : 50ml, 100ml, 250ml/bottle
The following video is meant to be a general guide only. Always follow the instructions provided by your doctor or pharmacist for your particular patch.
How to Properly Apply a Transdermal Patch
1. Select an area of your skin that is clean, dry and free from excessive hair. Be sure to follow your product instructions as to site selection and rotation. If required, hair can be clipped with scissors close to the skin but the area should NOT be shaved. Ensure the area is clean and free from oils, powders and lotions so the patch sticks well to the site.
2. Remove the patch from its package only when you are ready to use it. When removing it, be careful not to cut or damage the patch in any way. If the patch is damaged or altered in any way, do NOT use it.
3. A stiff protective liner covers the sticky side of the patch. This is the side that you will attach to your skin. Remove the protective liner according to your product directions to expose the sticky adhesive layer. Be sure not to touch the sticky side of the patch. Some protective liners are removed in two parts. If so, remove one part of the liner and place the sticky half of the patch on the area of skin. Then, gently peel off the remaining liner, to attach the rest of the patch.
4. Apply the patch to the site or sites in the product-specific instructions or as directed by your doctor or pharmacist.
5. Press down on the patch with the palm of your hand to smooth it down. Make sure the patch is flat to the skin and there are no bumps, folds, or bubbles under it. Then use your finger to press down along the edges of the patch.
If the patch does not stick well or loosens after application, you can tape the edges down with first aid tape. Refer to your product information sheet for additional information on how to deal with this problem.
6. Once the patch is applied, dispose of the protective liner and package as directed by your instruction sheet, and wash your hands.
Even a used patch may contain enough drug to harm others, especially children and pets. It is important to dispose of used patches and packaging properly.
7. Wear the patch for the amount of time directed by your doctor. With each new patch, remove the old patch and change application sites according to your product’s instruction sheet. If you are not sure when to change the patch, check with your doctor or pharmacist.
Some patches have special labels to help you track when to replace the used patch with a new one. If not, it is a good idea to note the time and site of application on a calendar to help track usage.
Please check with your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions.
MY THYROID STORY: The good, the bad, the ugly.
Links of things I mentioned in the video:
IV Therapy (once a week) – RHVI Radiantly Healthy Vitamin Infusion Drip Lounge “Myers Cocktail”
My holistic doctor – RHMD Radiantly Healthy MD
Resources – “Thyroid Sexy” & The Thyroid Secret
Thyroid Questionnaire – https://tinyurl.com/llf4l5o
• Living Green Liquid-Gel Multi Vitamin
• Omega-3 Fish Oil
• Super B Complex (Vitamin C, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Calcium)
• CoQ-10 100mg
• Vitamin D3 5000iu
• Seriphos (helps with Cortisol & Adrenals)
• Endoflex (Young Living Essential Oil)
• Magnesium 500mg