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Rifamex

Rifamex

Rifamex

INDICATIONS OF USE

Rifamex is a broad spectrum antibiotic, whose main activity is against gram (+) and some Gram (-) aerobic bacteria as well as some facultative anaerobic microorganisms.
As in many cases infections are caused by more than one bacterial species, and because these microorganisms can also develop resistance quickly, Rifamex® is often used in combination with other antimicrobial agents.
Rifamex® is considered specifically effective in infections caused by staphylococcus spp. As well as in the eradication of pathogens located in areas of difficult arrival by other antimicrobials, such as the interior of phagocytic cells.
It has been shown to have in vitro activity against Corynebacterium equine pseudotuberculosis, Lawsonia intracellularis, Rhodococcus equi, Staphylococcus species, Streptococcus equi, S. equisimilis, and S. zooepidemicus.
Rifamex® is used in combination with Azithromycin in the treatment of pneumonia caused by Rhodococcus (Corynebacterium) Equi and Equine Proliferative Enteropathy (Lawsonia Intracellularis) in foals.
The in vitro evidence of the synergistic activity of the combination of Azithromycin and Rifampicin against R. equi and the volume of case reports that support the efficacy of the combination in this treatment is more advisable for this indication than Azithromycin alone. .

DOSAGE
10 mg / KPV
9 grs. of pasta for an animal of 150 KPV / 12 hs.

Potrillos:
3 grs. of Pasta every 50 kg of live weight. / 12 hs.
Adult horses:
3 grs. of Pasta every 50 kg of live weight. / 12 hs.

INTERVALO BETWEEN DOSE
Every 12 hours

TREATMENT DURATION
5 to 7 days. As indicated by the acting Veterinarian.
Lawsonia Intracellularis: 21 days in foals. 1-3 months according to need.

Content: Syringe with 36 gr.
Oral Gel

Sale under recipe
Veterinary use

FORMULA

Rifampin .............................. 16.66 g
Excipients c.s.p ............... ..100.00 g

  USD10.47
COD: #80-07
Categories:  Antibiotics

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Rifamex

INDICATIONS OF USE

Rifamex is a broad spectrum antibiotic, whose main activity is against gram (+) and some Gram (-) aerobic bacteria as well as some facultative anaerobic microorganisms.
As in many cases infections are caused by more than one bacterial species, and because these microorganisms can also develop resistance quickly, Rifamex® is often used in combination with other antimicrobial agents.
Rifamex® is considered specifically effective in infections caused by staphylococcus spp. As well as in the eradication of pathogens located in areas of difficult arrival by other antimicrobials, such as the interior of phagocytic cells.
It has been shown to have in vitro activity against Corynebacterium equine pseudotuberculosis, Lawsonia intracellularis, Rhodococcus equi, Staphylococcus species, Streptococcus equi, S. equisimilis, and S. zooepidemicus.
Rifamex® is used in combination with Azithromycin in the treatment of pneumonia caused by Rhodococcus (Corynebacterium) Equi and Equine Proliferative Enteropathy (Lawsonia Intracellularis) in foals.
The in vitro evidence of the synergistic activity of the combination of Azithromycin and Rifampicin against R. equi and the volume of case reports that support the efficacy of the combination in this treatment is more advisable for this indication than Azithromycin alone. .

DOSAGE
10 mg / KPV
9 grs. of pasta for an animal of 150 KPV / 12 hs.

Potrillos:
3 grs. of Pasta every 50 kg of live weight. / 12 hs.
Adult horses:
3 grs. of Pasta every 50 kg of live weight. / 12 hs.

INTERVALO BETWEEN DOSE
Every 12 hours

TREATMENT DURATION
5 to 7 days. As indicated by the acting Veterinarian.
Lawsonia Intracellularis: 21 days in foals. 1-3 months according to need.

Content: Syringe with 36 gr.
Oral Gel

Sale under recipe
Veterinary use

FORMULA

Rifampin .............................. 16.66 g
Excipients c.s.p ............... ..100.00 g

Broad spectrum antibiotic, whose main activity is against gram (+) and some Gram (-) aerobic bacteria as well as some facultative anaerobic microorganisms.
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Equinos
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