Drug Interactions :
It should not be given in combination with penicillin because it causes poor absorption of penicillin
Oral administration of neomycin may decrease absorption of vitamin K.
Side Effects :
In rare cases, neomycin, when used orally, may cause nephrotoxicity
Withdrawal Period :
Meat: 2 days
Eggs: 2 days
Do not use more than 5 consecutive days
Not given to ruminant animals
Store in a dry and dark place at a temperature not exceeding 25° C
It is used in poultry to treat diseases caused by gram-negative bacteria such as E. coli, Salmonella, Haemophilus and Pseudomonas, and because it is not absorbed in the intestine, it is highly effective in cases of bacterial intestinal infections and bacterial diarrhea of origin in lambs and calves.
Hypersensitivity to neomycin
Do not use in cases of kidney disease
Dosing & Usage
Orally, after dissolving it with drinking water
Poultry: 40 g per 200 liters of drinking water for 3-5 days
Calves and lambs: 2 g per 50 kg live weight for 3-4 days
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