Maxigen (Gentamicin and Amoxicillin injection veterinary): It is used against Pneumonia, diarrhea, bacterial enteritis, mastitis and uterus inflammation.
Gentamicin sulfate + Amoxicillin trihydrate
50, 100 ml
Indications of Maxigen (Gentamicin and Amoxicillin injection veterinary):
Cows: Pneumonia, diarrhea, bacterial enteritis, mastitis and uterus inflammation. Horses: Pneumonia, diarrhea, bacterial enteritis, urinary genital tracts and diphtheria. Sheep & goats: Pneumonia, diarrhea, intestinal bacterial, inflammation, Pasteurella & bacilli coli.
Kidney insufficiency, hypersensitivity to gentamycin or amoxicillin.
It should not be given with tetracyclines, chloramphenicol, macrolides, and lincosamides. Nephrotoxic and/or ototoxic preparations, intravenous calcium supplements, iron supplements and steroidal, anti-insomnia preparations are not given.
Transient swelling may occur at the injection site. Hypersensitivity reactions. Elevated and prolonged application leads to intoxication, intoxication or nephrotoxicity
Usage and dosage for Maxigen (Gentamicin and Amoxicillin injection veterinary):
Admin by intramuscular injection, as follows: 1 ml / 10 kg body weight for one day (the dose can be repeated in case of severe infection). Sheep and goats: 5 - 10 ml / adult animal / day 1 - 5 ml / young animal / day Cattle: 30 - 40 ml / adult animal / day and 10 - 15 ml / calf / day. Horses: 30 - 50 ml / adult animal / day and 5 - 15 ml / foal / day. Shake well before use. Do not administer more than 20 ml in cattle and horses or more than 5 ml in calves, sheep and goats per injection site for the benefit of absorption and dispersion.
Possible transient local allergic reaction at injection site
Meat: 30 days - Milk: two days.
Each 1ml contains: