Flufenicol is effective in treating bovine respiratory diseases
. Pharmacokinetic studies of flufenicol in lactating dairy cows show that mammary perfusion is better than intramuscular injection, and plasma concentration is significantly higher than that after 4 hours of intravenous injection, and bioavailability (54%) is higher than that of intramuscular The utilization rate (38%) has important practical significance for the treatment of bovine mammary glands by breast perfusion administration.
Flufenicol can be used to treat colds and runny noses in dogs, it can be used to treat bacterial respiratory infections, and it is also effective for mycoplasma. There is no problem in treating common colds, but some viral infections have similar symptoms to colds, such as canine Flu, etc. At this time, using fenfenicol has no effect, it is recommended to seek medical treatment in a timely manner.
It is mainly used to treat fish bacterial sepsis, enteritis, erythroderma, etc. caused by Pasteurella, Vibrio, Staphylococcus aureus, hydrophilic single cell, enterobacteria, etc.
It is mainly used to treat various infections caused by sensitive bacteria, especially for respiratory diseases. This product is recommended as the first drug for pasteurellosis (pneumonia of pigs
), infectious pleural pneumonia, and haemophilus parasuis. It can also be used to treat various respiratory diseases caused by Streptococcus (pneumonia), Bordetella bronchiseptica (atrophic rhinitis), Mycoplasma pneumoniae (pig asthma).
It can also be used to treat various respiratory diseases caused by Streptococcus (pneumonia), Bordetella bronchiseptica (atrophic rhinitis), Mycoplasma pneumoniae
(pig asthma), salmonellosis (piglet paratyphoid), and E. coli disease (piglets Yellow and white pupa, piglet edema) and other bacterial diseases such as enteritis caused by sensitive bacteria.