Indications for administration:
salmonellosis of young livestock, carnivorous animals and birds.
ANTIBACTERIAL COMPLEX ON THE BASIS OF ANTIBIOTICS.
Antibacterial complex on the basis of antibiotics. Powder with a yellowish tint. Release in 3 ml and 5 ml ampoules; and 10 ml vials.
Podocin has a wide spectrum of antimicrobial activity, and is active against gram-negative microorganisms, including pseudomonas aeruginosa, escherichia coli, salmonella, shigella, and also harmful to most gram-positive microbes, such as staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, ornithosis pathogen and some protozoa.
The drug quickly penetrates into many organs and tissues. The peak concentration in the blood is reached 30 minutes after the administration. Therapeutic concentration of the antibiotic in the body remains 24 hours.
Bronchopneumonia, dysentery, paratyphoid, brucellosis, salmonellosis of young livestock, carnivorous animals and birds.
The powder is dissolved in water for injection or other solvents and administered for 2 to 3 days at a dose of 2 mg/kg l.w. To calves, piglets and carnivores - intramuscularly once a day, to poultry - in a drink.
Increased sensitivity to the drug. Do not use together with aminoglycoside antibiotics.
Not observed in case of use in recommended doses.
Slaughter of calves for meat is allowed after 10 days, piglets and chicks - after 7 days; the eggs of hens are not allowed for human consumption within 10 days after the administration of podocin is discontinued. Meat of animals, forcedly slaughtered before the expiration of the specified period, can be used for feeding carnivorous animals or production of meat and bone meal. The use of milk for human consumption is allowed 5 days after the last administration of the drug.
I. Composition and form of release
II. Pharmacological effect
III. Indications for administration
V. Dosage and administration
VII. Special instructions