sultrinor injectable solution 100ml
Sultrinor Injectable Solution
Sultrinor injectable solution is a sterile solution formulated as injectable preparation composed of trimethoprim and sulphadiazine composed of trimethroprim and silphadiazine. The action of the combination proved to be bactericidal, whereas the components separately were only bacteriostatic in action. Sulphonamides actas an analogue for para-aminobenzoic acid, (PABA) which itself a part of vitamin, folic acid.
in organisms that synthesis their own folic acid, sulphonamides as sulphadiazine acts by blocking the synthesis of folic acid.
Sulphonamides are active agianst bacteria but not against higher organisms as bacteria synthesis their folic acid whereas higher animals or higher organisms obtained folic acid from the diet.
SULTRINOR injection is indicated for the treatment of infections caused by microorganism, susceptible to trimethoprim and or sulphadiazine affecting the respiratory urogenital and gastro-intestine tract.
SULTRINOR injection is a distinctive drug against a wide range of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria such as E.coli, Salmonella, Klebsiella, Brucella, Corynebacterium pyogens, Pasteurella, Staphylococcus, strepteococcus, Enterobacter and Haemophilus.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
Horses, Cattle, Buffaloes & Sheep.
By intramuscular or slow intravenous administration.
2.5 – 4 ml/kg b.wt., daily for 5 days.
Dog & Cat:
By subcutaneous injection .
1 ml/ 8kg b, wt., daily for 5 days
Meat: 10 days
Milk: 3 days
Store in a dark place at temperature below 30 degree celsius
100 ml amber color glass injection bottle
How Drugs are Given in Animals
A wide range of dosage formulations and delivery systems has been developed to provide for the care and welfare of animals. Using the correct dosage is very important in terms of effectiveness and safety. Drug treatment and delivery strategies can be complicated because of the variety of species and breeds treated, the wide range in body sizes, different animal rearing practices, seasonal variations, and the level of convenience, among other factors.