|Amoxicillin (as trihydrate) 500mg / g
|100g, 500g, 25kg
Amoxicillin is a bacterial semisynthetic penicillin with a broad spectrum of activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. It owes its activity to the inhibition of the development of the peptidoglycan network structure in the bacterial cell wall. Amoxicillin is well absorbed following oral administration and it is stable in the presence of gastric acids. Excretion of amoxicillin is mainly in the unchanged form via the kidneys to give a high concentration in renal tissue and urine. Amoxicillin is well distributed in body fluids. Studies in birds have indicated that amoxicillin is distributed and eliminated more rapidly than in mammals.
Chickens: treatment of Pasteurellosis and Colibacilosis.
Turkeys: treatment of Pasteurollosis.
Ducks: treatment of infections caused by Streptococcus bovis, Pasteurella anatipestifer and E. coli.
Pigs: treatment of Salmonellosis and Pasteurellosis.
Chickens: 15mg amoxicillin trihydrate / kg body weight. To be provided on alternate days for 3 days (2 days of medication) or in severe cases for 5 days (3 days of medication).
Ducks: 20mg amoxicillin / kg body weight. To be provided on alternate days for 3 days (2 days of medication).
Turkeys: 15mg to 20mg / kg body weight. To be provided on alternate days for 5 days (medication on days 1, 3 and 5).
Pigs: 20mg per kg body weight daily. The dose should be divided and administered at approximately 12 hourly intervals for up to 5 days.