Antimycoplasmic formulated in a combination of tylosin and gentamicin for intramuscular application or in drinking water. Species: cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and birds. Formula
Each ml contains: Tylosin base (as tylosin tartrate) …………………….. 200 mg Gentamicin base (as gentamicin sulfate) ………… 80 mg cbp vehicle ………………………………………….. .. ……………….. 1 ml Qualities:
Tigent is a rapidly absorbed solution with good serum levels one hour after administration. Tigent offers good lipid solubility, allowing it to distribute into body fluids and tissues. Tigent persists at high levels for up to 32 hours after administration. It offers superior results to those obtained using each of its compounds separately. Tigent's antibiotic combination is effective against Mycoplasmas and some pathogens and opportunists. Indications: Tigent should be used for the treatment and control of infections caused by Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria that cause the following diseases and signs in animals: Dose and route of administration: 1 ml per 20 kg of live weight. Deep intramuscular, oral in birds.
Do not use in animals with renal insufficiency. The use of this product can cause anaphylactic reactions, antidote: Epinephrine. The use of this product in horses and dogs is not recommended. Do not administer Pigs weighing less than 25 kg. Keep out of the reach of children. Withdrawal time: Do not use this product 30 days before the slaughter of animals intended for human consumption. Do not consume treated birds until 5 days after the last application. Do not use this product in birds that produce eggs for human consumption. Do not use milk from treated animals for human consumption until 5 days after the last application. Storage conditions: Keep in a cool and dry place. Protect from direct sunlight. Once used, incinerate bottle and leftovers. Additional Information: Mechanism of action
Based on its compounds, Tigent acts by blocking the production of proteins, affecting the binding of ribonucleic acids to ribosomes. It crosses the bacterial membrane by simple diffusion and causes errors in the reading and metabolic transcription of the genetic codes, in this way the bacterium is not capable of obtaining nutrients or synthesizing them abnormally. Effective combination of antibiotics For therapeutics against infectious diseases. Currently there is a wide variety of antimicrobials and their combinations, it is expected that the drugs that are associated with another offer better results, which affects the benefit of sick animals and a lower cost per treatment for their owners. . to be able to administer less volume of medicine and for a shorter time. Thus avoiding the chronicity of diseases, so lethal in livestock production. The use of Tigent provides a complete treatment by acting on difficult-to-solve germs such as Mycoplasma, thus guaranteeing optimal results.