Bovigam C is an intramammary suspension whitish to cream, creamy consistency, in syringes of 3 grams each.
For use of the Veterinarian.
Each syringe of 3 g contains:
Amoxicillin (amoxicillin trihydrate) 200 mg
Clavulanic acid 50 mg
Prednisolone 10 mg
Box with 12 syringes of 3 g each.
Bovigam C should be administered by a syringe infected quarter every 12 hours for 3 applications breast.
Before each application nipples must be cleaned and disinfected. Insert the tip of the syringe into the hole in the nipple, apply slowly and continuously with constant pressure to release the total content of Bovigam C in breast affected quarter. Breast fourth treaty must be milked in the next milking, but milk should be discarded.
Bovigam C has a wide bactericidal activity against common bacteria (Gram positive and Gram negative), found in cows udder.
The resistance to many antibiotics is caused by beta-lactamases bacterial enzymes which destroy the antibiotic before it can act on the same bacteria. Clavulanic acid Bovigam C counteracts this defense mechanism by inactivating the beta-lactamase, doing so sensitive bacteria rapid bactericidal effect of amoxicillin, at concentrations that are easy to reach in the udder.
Bovigam C is effective against infections caused by Klebsiella.
Prednisolone in Bovigam C has anti - inflammatory, which helps reduce the destructive power of inflammation associated with mastitis, without affecting the white cell response to infection.
Bovigam C is effective against a wide range of important bacteria including organisms commonly associated with bovine mastitis: Staphylococcus (including beta-lactamase producing strains), Streptococcus ( S. agalactiae, S. dysgalactiae and S. uberis ), A. . pyogenes, Corynebacterium and Escherichia coli has been demonstrated effective against: Bacillus cereus, Bacteroides (including beta-lactamase producing strains), Campylobacter spp, Klebsiella and Pasteurella .
Clinically Bovigam C has proven effective in the treatment of mastitis in lactating cows pregnant and lactating cows.
Milk for human consumption should not be consumed during treatment, until 60 hours after the last treatment.
Meat for human consumption should not be consumed during treatment, until 7 days after the last treatment.
Store at room temperature not exceeding 25 Â° C.
*Make sure to consult your Veterinarian before buying any medication.