The formulation of Bovigam drying has been developed to maintain effective antibiotics levels in the udder for more than 10 weeks.
This extension of time has been made possible by special treatment of the active ingredients allowing prolonged release of the drug.
Bovigam drying containing ampicillin and cloxacillin in a powerful combination to provide a broad spectrum against most pathogens of Gram - negative mastitis and gram - positive that can occur in the drying period (in particular Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus uberis and Actinomyces pyogenes ).
the combination of ampicillin and cloxacillin drying provides good control of mastitis caused by many pathogens.
the special formulation of Bovigam drying provides the force necessary for the treatment of subclinical mastitis present at dry, while providing extra protection during the period drying.
When used as part of the recognition of a mastitis control program Bovigam drying helps reduce somatic cell count, so reduces losses of livestock.
for exclusive use of the Veterinarian.
Each syringe of 5.4 g contains:
Cloxacillin .......................................... .................. 600 mg
Ampicillin ............................. ............................... 300 mg
Box of 12 syringes of 5.4 gc / u.
After the last milking and before applying the product, the udder should be washed with an antiseptic solution and then insert the contents of a syringe in each room through the breast channel.
Drying Bovigam is formulated for use in milking cows when the time arrives drying, that is, immediately after the last milking to treat existing mastitis and to provide protection against other infections during the drying period.
It acts against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria that cause mastitis such as:
- Streptococcus agalactiae.
- Streptococcus spp.
- Staphylococcus spp.
- Corynebacterium spp.
- Escherichia coli.
Benzathine cloxacillin and ampicillin trihydrate maintains an effective antibacterial prolonged effect for more than 10 weeks and does not irritate the tissues.
No use in cows that have very short drying period. Milk for human consumption should be used 96 hours after delivery, ensuring that the milk is taken from at least the seventh milked.
Cattle must not be slaughtered for human consumption during treatment can be consumed only 28 days after the last treatment.
When applied in heifers it is important that the tip of the syringe into the breast room is entered. The following procedure is recommended: the animal must be properly immobilized. The rooms should be washed with an antiseptic solution. The nozzle of the syringe should be placed in the hole without introducing it. When the syringe plunger is depressed, the antibiotic diffuses rapidly across the room.
*Make sure to consult your Veterinarian before buying any medication.