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day 9 drug card

chpt 12

Albon oral suspension Class: other antiinfective, sulfonamide Trade name: Use: treat acute urinary tract infection, respiratory tract infection, wound infection, coccidiosis, and foot rot
Amoxi-drops/tabs Class: penicillins Trade name: amoxicillin Use: bacterial infections resulting from penicillin-susceptible microorganisms
Antirobe Class: other antiinfectives, lincosamides Trade name: clindamycin Use: in dogs and cats, treat deep pyoderma, wuond infection, abscess, dental infection and osteomyelitis
Cefpodoxime Class: cephalosporin Trade name: simplicef Use: cystitis, skin and soft tissue infections in dogs and cats, bovine mastitis, shipping fever and other respiratory infections in cattle, horses, sheep and swine
Cephalexin Class: cephalosporin Trade name: keflex Use: cystitis, skin and soft tissue infections in dogs and cats, bovine mastitis, shipping fever and other respiratory infections in cattle, horses, sheep and swine
Clavamox Class: penicillins Trade name: amoxicillin + clavulanate potassium Use: treat skin infection, UTI, wound infection, and respiratory infection
Doxycycline Class: tetracyclines Trade name: vibramycin, monodox, coxy caps, many others Use: treat respiratory tract infection, bacterial enteritis,and UTI caused by tetracycline-susceptible microorganisms. may be used to treat rickettsial diseases
Enrofloxacin Class: fluoroquinolones Trade name: baytril Use: dogs/cats bacterial skin/soft tissue infection, respiratory inf, cystitis (dogs). cattle: bovine respiratory disease. chickens: mortality/E. coli. turkeys: mortality/E coli and pasteurella multocida
Gentamicin Class: aminoglycosides Trade name: gentocin Use: pneumonia, endometritis, UTI, bacterial enteritis, conjunctivitis and skin/soft tissue infections
Ketoconazole Class: antifungal Trade name: nizoral tablets, nizoral cream Use: treat some systemic mycotic infections and some dermatophytoses as well as candida infection in dogs and cats
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