Powder 21 (Canada)This page contains information on Powder 21 for veterinary use.
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Powder 21This treatment applies to the following species:
FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY
Each g contains:
Sodium Sulfamethazine 667 mg
Sodium Sulfathiazole 333 mg
Powder 21 Indications
Cattle - For the oral treatment of bacterial infections such as pneumonia, metritis, enteritis, footrot, septicemia accompanying acute mastitis and as an aid in the treatment of shipping fever complex.
Swine - For the treatment of enteritis and respiratory diseases caused by bacteria sensitive to sulfamethazine and sulfathiazole.
Directions For Use
Pre-mix 1 package in 11 litres of water. Add to each 400 L of drinking water the first day, and to each 500 L on the second and subsequent days. For use as a drench, give 60 mL of a 12.5% solution or 30 mL of a 25% solution per 34 kg bodyweight. Reduce the dose by 1/2 on the second, third and fourth days. To make a 12.5% solution, dissolve 1 package in 4.5 L water; to make a 25% solution, dissolve 2 packages in 4.5 L water.
If improvement is not seen within 48 hours, discontinue use and reassess diagnosis.
WarningMilk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days after the latest treatment with this drug.
WarningThis product must not be added to swine feeds.
NET CONTENTS: 567 g
PROFESSIONAL VETERINARY LABORATORIES, 1199 Sanford St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 3A1
NAC No.: 12030312
1199 SANFORD STREET, WINNIPEG, MB, R3E 3A1
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