Intramammary treatment for cows in  desiccation period.



Ampicillin (as trihydrate) 250 mg

Cloxacillin (as benzatine) 500 mg

Papain                                       20 mg

Excipients c.s.p.                          4,5 g


Benzatine Cloxacillin is an antibiotic pertaining to the group of isoxazol-penicillin, substances which have a good stability in acid media  (It is very useful for the treatment of mastitis, because the inflammation produced in the udder has a notably acid pH), with a resistance to penicilinase produced by streptococos. Its main application is the treatment of infectious caused by positive gram germs resistant to penicillin, specially stafilococos.

Trihydrate Ampicillin is a semisynthetic antibiotic also stable en acid media which enables the action locally when it is administered by intrammamal tract, since its expulsion becomes difficult because it is less water soluble than that of sodium salt. Ampicillin is basically bacteriostatic.

Papain is a proteolitic agent which works as antiinflamatory eliminating necrosed tissues and clots of the injured areas.



For the treatment of mastitis in desiccation process, produced by Grampositive and Gramnegative bacterias.

Streptococcus agalactiae, Streptococcus dysgalactiae, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus uberis, Aerobacter, Corynebacterium peigenes, Pseudomonas.


DOSAGE: administrate one syringe by croup.




CONTRAINDICATIONS: Do not administer to animals with hypersensitivity to the active drug or to other beta lactamic (hypersensitive reactions are observed with fever and/or cutaneous exanthema, edema).

Do not administer to lactating females.

Do not administer together with bacteriostatic antibiotics.


CAUTIONS: After last milk, wash the udder with mild water and a disinfectant.

Introduce the complete contains of the syringe through the galactophore duct, so as to ease the product dissemination for which it is convenient to apply a soft ascending massage. At the end of the treatment it is advisable the sealing of the nipples.

When it is applied to heifers it is important that the mouth of the syringe is placed in the hole without introducing it in the mammary quarter.



Do not slaughter animals for human consumption for  28 days after last treatment.  There  should be an interval of at least 30 days between the application of the product and the birth. Do not consume milk produced during the first 72 hours after the birth.



Dosifier syringe containing 4,5 g.  Boxes containing 24 syringes.




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