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Tetramycine 10%

Tetramycine 10% (Oxytetracycline HCl injection veterinary)

Tetramycine 10% (Oxytetracycline HCl injection veterinary) for all bacterial infections: intestinal infections, urinary infections, and mastitis.

Generic Name:

Oxytetracycline HCl

Dosage Form:





50, 100ml

Mode of action or general info:

Tetramycine 10% (Oxytetracycline HCl injection veterinary) is a broad-spectrum antibiotic, it supposes that it acts by inhibiting protein synthesis in the microorganism, it is readily absorbed in intestines and distributed in all tissues, and it is eliminated in faeces and urine. It is active against gram-positive and gram-negative micro-organisms, and it is the optimal antibiotic for the treatment of chlamydia and mycoplasma diseases. It treats infections caused by Clostridium Chauvoei, Clostridium hemolyticum, and Clostridium Novyi bacteria, and is effective against hemolytic streptococci and staphylococci.

Indications of Tetramycine 10% (Oxytetracycline HCl injection veterinary):

For all bacterial infections: intestinal infections, urinary infections, and mastitis in camels, cows horses, sheep, goats, calves, lambs, dogs, and cats.


Renal failure, pregnancy, sensitivity to tetracycline compounds


Tetramycine 10% (Oxytetracycline HCl injection veterinary)  must not be accompanied either by Penicillin compounds, Calcium salts, Ferro salts and antacids, as these materials form insoluble compounds with tetracycline resulting in the decreasing of the activity of Tetracycline.

Usage and dosage for Tetramycine 10% (Oxytetracycline HCl injection veterinary):

It is given by i. m. or slow i. v. injection
Camels, cows, and horses:10ml/100kg b. w.
Sheep, goats, and small calves: 5-8 ml/50kg b. w.
Lambs: 1-2ml/20kg b. w.
Dogs and cats: 0.5ml / 5kg b. w.
(The treatment period is 3-5days)

Withdrawal Period:

For milk :3 days
For meat :10 days.


Each 1ml contains:
Oxytetracycline HCl100 mg

Useful Info:

What is Clostridium
Clostridium is a genus of anaerobic, Gram-positive bacteria. Species of Clostridium inhabit soils and the intestinal tract of animals, including humans. This genus includes several significant human pathogens, including the causative agents of botulism and tetanus.

Domain:	Bacteria
Phylum:	Bacillota
Class:	Clostridia
Order:	Eubacteriales
Family:	Lachnospiraceae
Genus:	Clostridium
Species: 164 Species

There are currently 164 validly published species in Clostridium. The traditional genus contains many organisms not closely related to its type species. Over the years, many new genera have been split out, with the ultimate goal of constraining Clostridium. "Clostridium" cluster XIVa and "Clostridium" cluster IV efficiently ferment plant polysaccharides, making them important and abundant taxa in the rumen and the human large intestine. However, these clusters are not part of the current Clostridium, and the use of these terms should be avoided due to inconsistent usage.

Biology and pathogenesis
Clostridium species are commonly found in soil, intestines and the reproductive tract of females. 
Clostridium botulinum produces botulinum toxin, which causes botulism but is also used in cosmetic surgery and other therapies. 
Clostridium perfringens causes food poisoning and various conditions, including cellulitis, fasciitis, necrotic enteritis, and gas gangrene.