Typranor | Antibiotics (Tylosin+Apramycin sulphate+Bromhexine)…
Typranor is a combination of two powerful antibiotics (Tylosin and Apramycin sulphate) and a mucolytic (Bromhexine).
Over the past few decades, no major new types of antibiotics have been produced and almost all known antibiotics are increasingly losing their activity against pathogenic microorganisms.
Typranor, a combination of Tylosin, Apramycin sulphate and Bromhexine is an effective treatment in poultry when administered in the feed or drinking water. Antibiotics generally reduce mortality rates, protect environment, and fight infectious diseases, consumer health, and stimulate poultry growth.
COMPOSITION OF TYPRANOR
INDICATIONS OF TYPRANOR
- It is used in the treatment of chronic respiratory disease (CRD) associated with mycoplasma gallisepticum.
- It is used to treat bacterial infections caused by E. Coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
ADMINISTRATION OF TYPRANOR
Orally via drinking water or feed
DOSAGE OF TYPRANOR
Prevention: 2.5 gram to 10 liters of drinking water over extended periods
Treatment: 4 gram to 10 liters of drinking water for 3-5days or 1gram to 1kg body weight in feed.
PREPARATION OF TYPRANOR
100 gram sachet presented as a water soluble powder
WITHDRAWAL PERIOD FOR TYPRANOR
Meat: 14 days
CONTRAINDICATIONS OF TYPRANOR IN POULTRY
Do not administer typranor to layers producing eggs for human consumption.
Per sachet, Per Packet