Therapeutically classification: Antibiotic
Composition: Each 10 g syringe contains:
Penicillin G procaine
Kanamycin (acid sulfate)
Oily base q.s.
Target species: Dry cows
Baymastin® used for treatment and control of mastitis in dairy cows during the dry period.
Mechanism of action:
Penicillin G is an antibiotic of the β-lactam class. It with interfering in the formation of the cell wall of the growing bacteria weakens the cell wall and kills the bacteria.
Kanamycin acid sulfate is an aminoglycoside antibiotic produced by Streptomyces kanamyceticus. It is a bactericidal antibiotic, which acts by inhibiting the synthesis of protein in susceptible microorganisms.
Cloxacillin benzathine has bactericidal activity against gram-positive bacteria. It is semisynthetic and in the class of β-lactam. Cloxacillin is active against beta-lactamase positive staphylococci, due to its large R chain, which does not allow the beta-lactamases to bind. Cloxacillin has less antibacterial activity than benzyl penicillin.
Dosage & Administration:
Clean and disinfect the teat, then infuse one syringe into each quarter at the last lactating. Massage the medication up into the milk cistern.
Milk: 4 days after parturition
Meat: 28 days after the last treatment
Do not use this product 30 days before of calving.
Do not use in lactating cows.
Shake well before use.
Allergic reaction may occur in some animals.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Use only under the prescription of a veterinarian.
Do not store above 25oC, keep away from light and freezing
20× 10 g syringes in a box
For veterinary use only