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Sulfamiradine Injection veterinary

Generic Name

Sulfadiazine + Sulfathiazole + Trimethoprim + Sulfamerazine + Lidocaine

Dosage Form



Indications of Sulfamiradine Injection veterinary

It is used to treat primary and secondary infections associated with respiratory, digestive, and urogenital infections, bronchitis, enteritis, pneumonia, kidney inflammation, mastitis, septicemia in calves, and omphalitis in cows, camels, calves, sheep, goats, and small animals.


Hypersensitivity to trimethoprim and/or sulfa compounds in animals with hepatic or renal failure


It is advised not to use flumequine compounds during treatment with this preparation



Side Effects

Allergic reactions after prolonged treatment and high doses of crystalluria may occur

Usage and dosage for Sulfamiradine Injection veterinary

It is given by intramuscular injection
Cows, camels, and horses: 7 ml per 100 kg live weight
Calves: 4 ml per 50 kg live weight
Sheep and goats: 1 ml per 10 kg live weight.
Dogs and cats: 1 ml per 10 kg live weight
One dose is given. Acute injury recurs after 12 hours


During treatment, the animal must be provided with a sufficient amount of drinking water to avoid crystallization and precipitation of the sulfa in its body

Withdrawal Period

Meat: 8 days
Milk: 5 days


Each 1ml contains:
Sulfadiazine 60mg
Sulfathiazole 40mg
Trimethoprim 40mg
Sulfamerazine 100mg
Lidocaine 1mg