What is Baytril used for in poultry?

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Is enrofloxacin the same as Baytril?

Enrofloxacin (Baytril) is a fluroquinolone, broad-spectrum antibiotic which is useful for treating a wide range of bacterial infections. Baytril is the veterinary-labeled form of ciprofloxacin, which is the equivalent drug used for humans.

What is enrofloxacin used for in birds?

Enrofloxacin (Baytril, Enrotril) is a fluroquinolone, broad-spectrum antibiotic which is useful for treating a wide range of bacterial infections in birds.

What is Baytril 10% for birds?

Baytril 10% is a broad spectrum antibiotic used for Birds, Rats, Reptiles and other Pets. Is your Bird sick and in need of Baytril? No Bird vets near you? You just want your pet to start feeling better fast, then you will be happy with the results from using Baytril. We have Baytril and can ship it right to you.

How much Baytril can I give my Bird?

The dose of Baytril in birds is typically 10-30 mg/kg given orally twice daily. The dosage math is as follows: Take the [weight of the bird in kilograms] X [dosage] / [medication per ml or cc] 500/1000 = .5 X 10 / 100 = 0.05 ml is the proper dose (which is really small because the strength of the solution)

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Can I give my chickens Baytril?

Baytril is not licensed for use in hens producing eggs for human consumption. You can only buy Baytril on prescription from your veterinary surgeon who may decide in the absence of any other licensed products to prescribe it. If this is the case, you will need to follow their advice for egg withdrawal periods.

Can You ship Baytril to US?

We have Baytril and can ship it right to you. Many Birds are treated with Baytril for many different bacterial infections, infections of the urinary tract, respiratory infections, negative and gram positive bacteria and many other susceptible bacteria. Easy to administer in the drinking water (no stress).

What is the active ingredient in Baytril?

The active ingredients of Baytril is Enrofloxacin 100mg per 1 ml. Enrofloxacin is a synthetic and treats all bacteria susceptible to Enrofloxacin. What side effects does Baytril have? Baytril can cause abnormalities in young Birds 1 to 21 days old.

What is Baytril 10% oral solution used for?

The following information is about Baytril 10% oral solution. There is also a 2.5% solution. Used to treat: Chronic Respiratory Disease and Mycoplasma in chickens and turkeys. Egg withdrawal for chickens: As advised by vet. Usually 28 days or lifetime of the hen. Slaughtering / meat for human consumption: As advised by your vet. Usually 8 days.

What is enrofloxacin used to treat in dogs?

Indications and clinical uses Enrofloxacin, like other fluoroquinolones, is used to treat susceptible bacteria in a variety of species. Treatment has included infections of skin and soft tissue, urinary tract infections in dogs and cats, Chlamydophila felis infections in cats, and ulcerative colitis caused by Escherichia coli in dogs.

What is enrofloxacin used for?

Especially of the urinary tract, skin, prostate, gastrointestinal system, liver and lungs. Enrofloxacin is a relatively new class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones, which are effective against a wide variety of bacteria.

What is Baytril used for?

Baytril is a very Broad Spectrum antibiotic used to treat Primary and Secondary Infections, Chronic Respiratory Infections, Salmonellosis, Mycoplasmosis, Paratyphoid Infections and many many more.

What is enrotril used for in birds?

Enrotril should be reserved for serious infections. It is the treatment of choice for Salmonella infections and plays a major role in the successful elimination of this disease. Enrotril is the first choice medicine for important seriously ill birds where the cause of the illness is uncertain.

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What is the brand name for enrofloxacin?

Brand Names: Baytril, Enrotril. Drug Type: Antibiotic. Enrofloxacin (Baytril, Enrotril) is a fluroquinolone, broad-spectrum antibiotic which is useful for treating a wide range of bacterial infections. Baytril is the veterinary-labeled form of ciprofloxacin, which is the equivalent drug used for humans.

Can Baytril 10% be used as a direct dose?

So Baytril 10% is not the best choice for “Direct Dose” this would be Baytril 2.5% (mucheasier to get a dose drawn up). Now with that said for many many years Bird vet’s breeders etc. have dosed in the drinking water (Much less stressful on your Birds, also for Birds that don’t like being handled).

How long does it take for Baytril to work?

Usually 8 days. Length of treatment: Usually 3 to 5 days. Warnings: Mixed solution should not be older than 24 hours. Wash hands and any splashes immediately with soap and water if you come into contact with the solution. Wear impervious gloves when handling Baytril.

How much Baytril should I give?

The 10% solution has 100 mg of the active ingredient (enrofloxacin) per ml. So to give 5 mg you would give 0.05 ml (ie.1/20 of a ml). The 2.5% solution has 25mg of enrofloxacin per ml. To give 5mg you would give 0.20ml (ie. 1/5). Baytril is very bitter, I think best given into the crop.

Can you use Baytril on chickens that are about to lay eggs?

Treating hens that are about to lay with Baytril has been associated with the embryos in those eggs subsequently dying. Treating fungal infections with Baytril makes them worse.

What is the dosage for Baytril?

Helen has told me that the dosage is for the 2.5% oral solution of Baytril is 0.1 ml per 100 gms. This is also stated in a thread on this forum. I understood that in the 2.5% solution the active ingredient is 25 mg per ml, so this would equate to 25mg per kilo…or so I calculate.

How much Enrofloxacin is in Baytril?

In the US, the strength from a Veterinarian is usually 50 mg/ml. You can actually purchase Baytril online at different strengths that are sometimes difficult to convert. A 2.5% solution has 25 mg of Enrofloxacin per ml. SECOND … You need to know the weight of your bird.

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Can I Eat my Eggs after giving my hens a/BS?

Unfortunately the Baytril didn’t even cure the chicken, she is doing it by herself! It always amazes me that we are advised not to eat our eggs after giving our hens a/bs. How many a/bs are shoved into battery hens in a vain attempt to stop the spread of disease?

Why is Baytril banned in the US?

Baytril was banned in the US following concerns of antibiotic resistance in humans. Some vets are now advising that you should never eat eggs again from hens that are treated with Baytril. We strongly advise you to take the advice of your veterinary surgeon before using this product.

How much enrofloxacin do I give a 5 pound chicken?

Dosage of Baytril or enrofloxacin 10% is 0.05ml per pound twice a day for 5 days. That would be 0.25 ml or 1/4 ml for a 5 pound chicken.

What kind of antibiotics can I give my Dog for ear infection?

Quinolone Antibiotics All you need to know about quinolone carboxylic acids is they combat a variety of infections, though they’re particularly effective against pseudomonas, a frequent cause of ear, skin and dental infections in dogs. Enrofloxacin, also known as Baytril, is a commonly prescribed quinolone. Other Classes of Antibiotics

Can enrotril be used to treat Salmonella?

Enrotil (Enrofloxacin 2.5%) Enrotril should be reserved for serious infections. It is the treatment of choice for Salmonella infections and plays a major role in the successful elimination of this disease. Enrotril is the first choice medicine for important seriously ill birds where the cause of the illness is uncertain.

Is enrotril safe for birds?

Enrotril is the first choice medicine for important seriously ill birds where the cause of the illness is uncertain. The unnecessary use of Enrotril increases the likelihood of birds developing a resistance to this antibiotic.

Are all brands of enrofloxacin oral syrup the same?

All brands of enrofloxacin oral syrup in Australia are the same strength. ‘Enrotril’ and ‘Baytril’ oral syrups both contain enrofloxacin at a strength of 25mg/ml. Enrofloxacin belongs to a group of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones; another antibiotic in the same group is ciprofloxacin which is often referred to as ‘cipro’.