Terrexine DC 250 mg Intramammary Suspension for Dry Cows containing Cefalonium 250 mg (as cefalonium dihydrate). It is used for the treatment of subclinical mastitis at drying-off caused by Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus agalactiae, Streptococcus dysgalactiae, Streptococcus uberis, Trueperella pyogenes, Escherichia coli and Klebsiella spp. susceptible to cefalonium.
The contents of one intramammary syringe should be infused into the teat canal of each quarter immediately after the last milking of the lactation.
- For intramammary use.
- The intramammary syringe must only be used once.
- The contents of one intramammary syringe should be infused into the teat canal of each quarter immediately after the last milking of the lactation.
- Do not bend the nozzle.
- Avoid contamination of the nozzle after removing the cap. Before infusion, the teat should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected (e.g. with the cleaning towel provided).
- Insert the nozzle into the teat canal and apply steady pressure on the intramammary syringe plunger until the full dose has been delivered.
- Holding the end of the teat with one hand, gently massage upwards with the other to aid dispersion of the antibiotic into the quarter.
- After infusion it is advisable to dip the teats in an antiseptic preparation specifically designed for this purpose.
Option 1: For short nozzle, intramammary administration hold the barrel of the intramammary syringe and the base of the cap in one hand and twist off the small upper part of the cap above the indent mark (the base portion of the cap remains on the intramammary syringe) Take care not to contaminate the nozzle.
Meat and Offal
96 hours after calving if the dry period is longer than 54 days. 58 days following the treatment if the dry period is less than or equal to 54 days.