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Vetrimoxin® L.A.
Suspension for injection for cattle and pigs
Vetrimoxin® L.A.: is an injectable suspension (long-action amoxicillin) for the treatment of infections caused by susceptible organisms, and more particularly respiratory infections, neonatal diseases etc.

Presented in its specific CLAS® container, patented by Ceva Animal Health, Vetrimoxin® LA is a unique specialty that provides at the same time a quick and long lasting efficiency as well as a good comfort for the pig and for the farmer.
INDICATIONS
Treatment of respiratory infections caused by Pasteurella multocida susceptible to amoxicillin.

TARGET SPECIES
Cattle and pigs

DOSAGE
Intramuscular use.
Shake well before use.
15 mg amoxicillin per kg bodyweight corresponding to 1 ml of the veterinary medicinal product per 10 kg. Administration should be repeated after 48 hours.

To ensure a correct dosage and to avoid underdosing, body weight should be determined as accurately as possible. In cattle, do not administer more than 20 ml of the veterinary medicinal product per injection site. In pigs, do not administer more than 6 ml of the veterinary medicinal product per injection site.

WITHDRAWAL PERIOD
Meat & offal: 20 days

PACK SIZES
  • 100 ml
  • 12 x 100 ml
  • 250 ml
  • 12 x 250 ml
Not all pack sizes may be marketed.

Related Materials
Vetrimoxin® L.A. Brochure

Knowledge Centre

Pasteurellosis (Pasteurella multocidia)
Non-toxin-producing strains of Pasteurella multocidia bacteria are commonly involved in respiratory disease in pigs.

Streptococcal Meningitis
Meningitis denotes inflammation of the meninges which are the membranes covering the brain. In the sucking piglet it is usually caused by Streptococcus suis, Haemophilus parasuis, or sometimes bacteria such as E. coli and other streptococci.

Pasteurellosis
Pasteurella multocida bacteria are commonly involved in respiratory disease in pigs and they may be toxin-producing or non-toxin-producing strains.

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