Noromycin LP (Canada)This page contains information on Noromycin LP for veterinary use.
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- Noromycin LP Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Noromycin LP
- Direction and dosage information for Noromycin LP
Noromycin LPThis treatment applies to the following species:
FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY
Noromycin LP is a sterile, clear, stable, solution of Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride, for intravenous or intramuscular administration. Each mL contains 100 mg of Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride in an aqueous solution.
Absorption and Excretion:
By intravenous injection, immediate therapeutic blood levels are achieved. By intramuscular injection, therapeutic levels are achieved within 2 hours. These levels persist for 24 hours or longer. Further, Oxytetracycline diffuses readily into the tissues, so that high concentrations are found in the lungs and mammary gland, as well as in the urine, faeces and milk. For this reason, parenteral therapy is ideally suited in the treatment of pneumonia, enteritis, mastitis and many other systemic conditions.
Noromycin LP offers several advantages to the clinician in practice. These include:
1. Broad spectrum activity, which assures clinical efficacy where narrow spectrum antibiotics fail.
2. Product can be used in lactating dairy cattle.
3. Pain on injection is minimised.
4. Viscosity and syringeability are satisfactory at both 5°C and 24°C.
Noromycin LP Indications
Noromycin LP is indicated in the treatment of infections caused by Oxytetracycline susceptible bacteria in cattle, swine and sheep.
Bacterial pneumonia, Pasteurellosis (associated with shipping fever complex), Mastitis, Metritis, Calf Scours (Bacterial enteritis), Foot rot, Navel ill, Calf diphtheria, Leptospirosis, Blackleg/malignant edema, Peritonitis, Joint ill
Erysipelas, Bacterial enteritis with Leptospirosis, Metritis, Mastitis, Bacterial pneumonia
Bacterial pneumonia, Pasteurellosis, Mastitis, Metritis, Joint ill
Administer by i.m. or i.v. injection at the rate of 3 mL per 45 kg bodyweight once daily for 2 to 3 days. Higher blood levels can be achieved following i.v. administration of this dosage.
Bacterial Enteritis (Scours) in Nursing Pigs:
As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis (scours) in nursing pigs, inject the sow intramuscularly at the rate of 3 mL per 45 kg bodyweight when symptoms of scours are first noticed.
1. Do not inject more than 20 mL of Noromycin LP at one site. In lactating dairy cattle no more than 10 mL should be injected intramuscularly at one injection site.
2. Occasional sensitivity reactions have been observed following the parenteral administration of Oxytetracycline. If such side effects occur, discontinue use of the drug immediately. Epinephrine solution given intramuscularly is indicated.
3. Noromycin LP should be warmed to body temperature prior to administration.
4. Shock can occur occasionally as a result of rapid intravenous injection.
5. For intravenous administration, Noromycin LP should be diluted with isotonic saline, dextrose or similar solutions. For this, use 25 mL Noromycin LP to each 100 mL or more of diluent and administer slowly.
In lactating dairy cattle no more than 10 mL should be injected intramuscularly at one injection site.
Milk taken from treated animals within 72 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food.
Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 18 days after the latest treatment with this drug.
Noromycin LP is packed in 250 mL and 500 mL vials.
Store at room temperature, not exceeding 25°C.
Do not freeze. Protect from light.
Manufactured by: Norbrook Laboratories Limited, Station Works, Newry, BT35 6JP, Northern Ireland
Distributed by: Kane Veterinary Supplies Ltd., 11204 - 186 Street, Edmonton, AB T5S 2W2
NAC No.: 12540060
11204-186TH STREET, EDMONTON, AB, T5S 2W2
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