Tylosin 50,200

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Tylosin

Tylosin base is more stable and effective as compared to tylosin tartrate

One of the safest antibiotics

Has a good tolerability

Short terms of restrictions on meat and milk


  • Description
  • A medication with a patented technology of obtaining tylosin as a base for the treatment of animals with bacterial diseases, the sales leader among the injectable macrolide antibiotics.

    Appearance: Tylosin 50 and 200 is a clear, slightly viscous light-yellow liquid.

    Available as a 5% and 20% sterile solution for injections in 20, 50 and 100 mL glass vials.

    Tylosin 50,200
  • Composition
  • Composition
    1 ml
    Tylosin

    50 mg and 200 mg tylosin respectivetly

  • Pharmacological properties
  • Pharmacological properties

    Tylosin is an antibiotic with a bacteriostatic activity. It has been designed specifically for veterinary use. Tylosin is effective against gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria including streptococci, staphylococci, leptospira, corynebacteria, clostridia, erysipelothrixes, pasterellae, chlamidiae, treponema hyodysenteriae, spirochets and mycoplasma. After Tylosin has been injected intramuscularly, it quickly resorbs and reaches its maximal concentration in tissues within 1 hour after the injection. After that, the drug retains its therapeutic concentration for 20-24 hours. Tylosin leaves the body mostly with urine and bile secretions; for lactating animals it can also leave the body with milk. Tylosin belongs to low hazardous substances.

  • Indications
  • Indications

    Tylosin 50 and Tylosin 200 may be used as a preventative and curative measure against the diseases caused by tylosin-sensitive microbes and as a curative and preventative measure against secondary diseases of virus infections. The list of diseases is as follows:
    For cattle, calves: pneumonia, mastitis, enteritis, secondary diseases of virus infections;
    For pigs: enzootic pneumonia, arthritis, dysentery, secondary diseases of virus infections and atrophic rhinitis, erysipelas etc.;
    For sheep, goats: contagious agalactia, goats pneumonia.

  • Dosage and route of administration
  • Dosage and route of administration

    Tylosin shall be injected intramuscularly once a day. In case of repeated administration, another injection site shall be chosen. Recommended doses of the drug (calculated per 1 kg of animal weight) are as follows:

    Type of animal

    TYLOSIN 50

    TYLOSIN 200

    Large cattle

    0,1-0,2 mL

    0,025-0,05 mL

    Pigs

    0,2 mL

    0,05 mL

    Sheep, goats

    0,2-0,24 mL

    0,05-0,06 mL

    Dogs, cats

    0,1-0,2 mL

    0,025-0,05 mL

    Usually, there are no complications or adverse effects if the drug is used in accordance with the label. At increased individual sensitivity to the drug, some animals may experience allergic reactions. Pigs may sometimes experience erythema, itching and respiratory problems, which resolve rapidly by themselves. Depending on the circumstances, discontinuation of the treatment may be recommended. The course of treatment shall not last for more than 3 days.  

  • Restrictions
  • Restrictions

    Treated animals may be slaughtered for food no sooner than 8 days after the last injection of Tylosin. In case of compulsory slaughter occurring before the above stated period, meat of the slaughtered animals may be used as animal feed. Milk of milking animals can be used as food no sooner than 4 days after the last injection of Tylosin. This milk can be used as animal feed.