Each ml Etracin-50 contain Oxytetracycline BP 50 mg.
Cattle, Bultalo, Sheep and Goat: Anthrax, hemorrhagic septicemia, black quarter, brucellosis, calf scour, infectious enteritis, malignant edema, dysentery, pneumonia, navel ill, liver infection, abscess, mastitis, pyometra, metritis, peritonitis, infectious plauropneumonia, calf diphtheria, castration, paratyphoid, foot-rot, salmonellosis, actinomycosis, anaplasmosis and secondary infections in FMD.
Dog, Cat: Pneumonia, pleurisy, bronchitis, infectious enteritis and secondary infections in distemper.
Poultry: Infectious Coryza. C.R.D., fowl cholera, coccidiosis, infectious sinovitis and infections caused by organism sensitive to oxytetracycline.
Dosage and administration:
Poultry: 1 ml Etracin-50 injectable solution mixed with 3 ml water for injection and to be administered to chicks of 1-28 days.
|1st day- 2nd week||0.5 ml/ bird|
|2nd week- 4th week||1 ml/ bird|
|4th week- 8th week||0.5 ml/ bird|
|8th week and above||1 ml/ bird|
|Mature||2 ml/ bird|
Injection is to be administered subcutaneously once daily for 4-5 days.
1 ml per 5 kg body weight once daily for 3-5 days.
|Animal||Body weight||Daily dosage|
|Cattle, buffalo, horse||100 kg||20 ml|
|Sheep, goat||10 kg||2 ml|
|Dog, cat||5 kg||1 ml|
Etracin-50 injectable solution can be administered intramuscularly or subcutaneous or intravenously. Intravenous injection is to be administered very slowly.
Do not administer by the intravenous route in the dog.
Do not administer by the subcutaneous route in the horse.
General toxicity is low although collapse has been reported with tetracycline in weak and debilitated animals.
Milk from lactating cows should not be taken for human consumption during treatment for 48 hours thereafter. Once opened, the contents of the vial should be used within a relatively short period. Dilution with solutions of calcium salts will cause precipitation and must be avoided.
Injection: 10 ml x 10 vials in a box.