Amoxicillin is a semi-synthetic penicillin possessing a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity. It acts bactericidal against a number of Gram positive and negative microorganism, particularly against E. coli, Streptococcus spp., Pasteurella spp. salmonella spp.
Bordetella bronchiceptica, Staphylococcus and others.
Treatment of the disease caused by the following micro-organism susceptible to amoxicillin; Staphylococcus spp., Streptococcus spp., Pasteurella spp., Escherichia coli, Hemophilus spp.,
1.Calf (less than 5 months old): pneumonia, diarrhea caused by Escherichia coli
2.Swine: pneumonia, diarrhea caused by Escherichia coli
Dosage & Administration
The following dosage is mixed with feed or drinking water and orally administer once or twice a day. (However, do not take more than 5 days)
|Indication||Daily Dosage||Daily Dosage|
|of this drug/1kg of b.w.||of Amoxicillin /1kg of b.w.|
|Calves||Pneumonia||30-100 mg||3-10 mg|
|Diarrhea caused by||50-100 mg||5-10 mg|
|Swine||Pneumonia||30-100 mg||3-10 mg|
Poultry: general dosage is 10mg amoxicillin per kg b.w per day.
Prevebtion: 1g per 2 liter of drinking water, continue for 3 to 5 days
Treatment: 1g per 1 liter of drinking water, continue for 3 to 5 days
100g, 500g, 1kg, 5kg, 10kg, 25kg
Storage and expiry date
1)Store in an airtight container at dry room temperature (1 to 30o C) protected from light.
2)24 months from date of manufacture
A.Do not use for animals with shock and hypersensitive response to this drug.
1.Penicillin antibiotics may cause diarrhea by inhibiting the intestinal normal bacterial flora and bring about abdominal pain by gastroenteritis or colitis, digestive system abnormalities such as anorexia, watery diarrhea or hemafecia, nausea and vomiting and etc.
2.Penicillin antibiotics may induce nervous system abnormalities such as convulsions and seizures and hepatotoxicity when overdosing
1.Do not administer with macrolide (erythromycin), aminoglycoside, chloramphenicol, and tetracycline antibiotics.
2.Gentamicin, bromelain and probenecid may increase the efficacy of this drug.
D.Administration for pregnant, lactating, newborn, weanling and debilitating animals : Do not administer to laying chickens
1.When administering by mixing with feed or drinking water, mix homogeneously to prevent from drug accident and to achieve its efficacy.
2. Withdrawal period
Cattle: 10 days
Swine: 10 days
F.Precaution on storage
①To prevent safety accidents, keep out of reach of children and an animal.
② Observe the preservation instruction since it may bring about a change in effectiveness and stability.
③Dispose the expired products without using it.
④Use as soon as possible after opening, the rest of it should be sealed in the original packaging container and store in a dry place protected from light.
⑤Do not use used containers or wrapping paper for other purposes and discard it safely.
⑥Keep out of reach of the children.
1, It is for animal use, so never use it for human.
2, Consult with your veterinarian.
3, Use after reading the precaution note.
4. Since safety and effectiveness other than the designated animal has not been established, do not use it arbitrarily
5, Record all usage history for prevention of abuse and tolerance appearance
6, Abuse and misuse may bring about economic loss such as drug accidents and remaining animal food residues, observe the dosage & administration.
7, Abuse and misuse may bring about economic loss such as drug accident, so do not administer with drugs containing the same ingredients concurrently.
8, Do not administer it with the drug contains same ingredients concurrently.
9, If you are not in compliance with withdrawal period, that may bring about remaining drugs in animal foods, so accurately calculate and comply with withdrawal period after calculation time
10, Wear gloves, masks, protective equipment during handling to avoid skin contact and inhalation.
11, Consult with doctor as soon as abnormality is found.
12,When administering by mixing with feed or drinking water, mix homogeneously to prevent from drug accident and to achieve its efficacy.