Tilco Phos Super – Solution

Tilco Phos Super – Solution
Tilmicosin 25% oral solution

Composition:
Each ml contains
Tilmicocin Phosphate – 25%

Description:
Tilmicosin is a broad-spectrum semi-synthetic bactericidal macrolide antibiotic synthesized from tylosin. It has an antibacterial spectrum that is predominantly effective against Mycoplasma, Pasteurella and Haemophilus spp. and various Gram-positive organisms such as Corynebacterium spp. It is believed to affect bacterial protein synthesis through binding to 50S ribosomal subunits. Cross-resistance between tilmicosin and other macrolide antibiotics has been observed.

Following oral administration, tilmicosin is excreted mainly via the bile into the faeces, with a small proportion being excreted via the urine.

Indications:
Tilco Phos Super – Solution is indicated for the control and treatment of respiratory infections associated with tilmicosin-susceptible micro-organisms such as Mycoplasma spp. Pasteurella multocida, Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, Actinomyces pyogenes and Mannheimia haemolytica in calves, chickens & turkeys.

Contra indications:
Should not be administered in cases of
– Hypersensitivity or resistance to tilmicosin.
– Concurrent administration of other macrolides or lincosamides.
– Administration to poultry producing eggs for human consumption or to animals intended for breeding purposes.

Side effects:
Occasionally, a transient reduction in water intake has been observed upon treatment with tilmicosin.

Dosage:
For oral administration.
Calves:
Twice daily, 1 ml per 20 kg body weight via (artificial) milk for 3 – 5 days.
Poultry:
300 ml per 1000 litres of drinking water (75 ppm) for 3 days.

Withdrawal times
– For meat:
Calves : 42 days.
Broilers : 12 days.
Turkeys : 19 days.

Packaging
Bottle of 1000 ml
Bottle of 500 ml

Special Note:
Medicated drinking water should be prepared fresh every 24 h.
To ensure a correct dosage, the concentration of the product should be adjusted to the actual fluid intake.

During pregnancy and lactation, use only after a risk/benefit assessment by a veterinarian.

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