Oxytetracycline is a broad-spectrum antibiotic commonly used in veterinary medicine. It is available in several dosage forms suitable for different animal species:
It is commonly used for the treatment of respiratory, urinary tract, skin, and soft tissue infections in cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, and poultry. Common concentration of oxytetracycline injection are 50mg/mL, 100mg/mL and 200mg/mL. 2.Water-soluble powder
Veterinary oxytetracycline soluble powder is an antibiotic for animals, used to treat a variety of infections, including avian influenza, feline distemper, parvovirus, porcine blue ear disease and other diseases widely used in animal husbandry. Common contents of oxytetracycline soluble powder for veterinary use are 10%, 20%, 25% and 50%. 3.Tablet
Veterinary Oxytetracycline Tablets is an antibiotic drug used by veterinarians. It is mainly used to treat respiratory tract, genitourinary system, digestive tract, lactation system, skin and soft tissue and other infectious diseases of animals. The main active ingredient of oxytetracycline tablets for veterinary use is oxytetracycline, usually in different specifications such as 20mg, 50mg, 100mg, 125mg, 200mg, and 500mg.
When using oxytetracycline tablets for veterinary use, it is necessary to strictly follow the veterinarian’s advice and prescription, and give animals the correct dosage and administration method. Please note that the use of drugs may cause some side effects, such as dry mouth, loss of appetite, diarrhea, allergic reactions, etc. Please understand and inform the veterinarian about the animal’s medical history and medication before use. In addition, in order to avoid drug abuse and increased drug resistance, the amount and frequency of drug use should be strictly controlled.
Veterinary oxytetracycline ointment is commonly used to treat eye, skin, and ear infections in animals. Its main active ingredient is oxytetracycline, which has a broad-spectrum antibacterial effect and can effectively kill a variety of bacteria, such as Gram-positive bacteria and Gram-negative bacteria.
When using oxytetracycline ointment for veterinary use, the affected area needs to be cleaned first, and then the ointment should be applied. The frequency and amount of use need to be determined according to the condition and the recommendation of the veterinarian. During the use of drugs, the animal’s condition and drug side effects, such as skin rashes and allergic reactions, should be closely observed. If discomfort occurs, stop medication immediately and consult a veterinarian. At the same time, care should be taken to avoid excessive use of antibiotics to reduce the increase in drug resistance.
The dosage and administration of oxytetracycline can vary depending on the animal species, age, and weight, as well as the type and severity of the infection being treated. It is important to follow the instructions provided by the veterinarian or the manufacturer of the product, and to avoid overuse or misuse of this antibiotic.