Composition: 1 g oral powder contains:
Sulfadimidin sodium 100 mg
Neomycin sulfate 60 mg
Oxytetracycline hydrochloride 40 mg
Indications: Treatment of primary and secondary bacterial infections of digestive,
respiratory and urinary tract caused by microorganisms sensitive to sulphadimidine,
neomycin and oxytetracycline in calves, piglets, lambs and poultry.
Contraindications: Use of the drug is contraindicated in animals hypersensitive to the
active drug compounds.Do not give medicine to laying hens and adult ruminants and
Side effects: Sometimes, especially after long use, the drug can cause indigestion and
vomiting followed by diarrhea, kidney damage, anorexia, allergy, photosensitization,
pruritus, hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia, growth disturbance.
Target species: calves, piglets, lambs and poultry.
Dosage and method of administration: The drug is used orally mixed with food or
dissolved in drinking water. The total daily dose for all species is 1 g powder per 4 kg of
body weight. The daily dose should be divided and given half a dose in the morning and
half at night (for 12 hours).The mass treatment of piglets given 500 g of powder to 100
kg of food or 300 g of powder in 100 L of drinking water. Poultry gives 250 g of powder in
100 L of drinking water.
Instructions for proper use of drugs: Make a fresh solution and medicated food daily.
Do not give another drinking water before animals drink all water medicated.
During the treatment, provide tot animals sufficient water for drink.In case of
hypersensitivity reaction, discontinue the treatment, apply the antihistamines and
glucocorticoids.Medicine apply only to those species and categories of animals that is
Withdrawal period: Meat and edible organs of treated animals should not be used for
human consumption during treatment, and 14 days after the last application of drug.Do
not give medicine to laying hens.
For use on animals
The drug is not administered to adult ruminants because it can cause the disorder
saprophytic microflora, indigestion and vitamin K deficiency.The drug is not given to adult
pigs.The drug is also not used for laying hens.
The drug should not be given concurrently with chloramphenicol, penicillins and
cephalosporins. Also, the drug is not administered concurrently with antacids,
adsorbents, laxatives, and salts of calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and bismuth.
Neomycin is incompatible with oxidizing agents and chloramphenicol, and sulfonic acids
and related compounds precipitate neomycin.Tetracyclines chelate divalent and trivalent
cations, and their absorption decreases in the presence of these ions.Vitamins B
complex such as nicotinamide, nicotinic acid, folic acid and choline antagonistic effect on
Use during pregnancy and lactation
The drug is not used during pregnancy and lactation.The drug is not applied in laying
Special considerations for persons administering the veterinary medicinal product
When applying the drug you should avoid direct contact with the skin and mucous
membranes, or eyes.After completed preparation and application of the drug to wash
your hands. People hypersensitive to sulfonamides, tetracyclines and / or
aminoglycosides should avoid contact with drug.In case of allergic reactions or other
forms of adverse effects in people who give animals a drug, it is necessary to contact a
doctor immediately and show him the packaging or instructions for drug users.
Special precautions for disposal and destruction of drug
Unused drug or drug residues shall be destroyed in accordance with applicable
Special considerations for storing drugs: Drug store in original container at
temperatures up to 25˚C. Keep out of the reach of children.
Shelf life in original packaging: 2 years
Shelf life after dilution in water or mixing in food: use immediately
Method of issuance: On prescription of veterinarian
ATCvet code: QJ01RA02
Packaging: bags of 20 g,100 g,500 g and 5 kg.
Number and date of registration:
1x20g 17/2011/1400 date 10.01.2011
1x100g 20/2011/1400 date 10.01.2011
1x500g 18/2011/1400 date 10.01.2011
1x 5kg 19/2011/1400 date 10.01.2011
Producer: “FM Pharm”, Subotica, 024/548-130