- Provides diarrhea prevention in productive animal growers.
- High antibacterial activity against gram-positive and gram-negative microorganisms.
- Synergistic action of components.
Chemical composition and pharmacological properties
1 g of Sulf granules contains 0.02 g of trimethoprim and 0.1 g of sulfadiazine; 1 tablet of Sulf 480 tablets contains 0.08 g of trimethoprim and 0.4 g of sulfadiazine. Active ingredients of the drug have synergistic action and offer antibacterial effect on gram-positive and gram-negative microorganisms causing infectious diseases. The drug rapidly absorbs in blood and reaches all organs and tissues. Peak blood concentration of active ingredients is observed in 3-4 hours after administration and remains for at least 12 hours.
Use Sulf to treat growers of cattle and small ruminants, colts, pigs and fur animals with bacterial infections of respiratory organs, gastrointestinal tract, urogenital system, skin, wound infections, pasteurellosis, salmonellosis and other infections, agents of which are susceptible to the drug.
Increased individual sensitivity to active ingredients, dysfunctions of hematogenesis organs, liver or kidneys, pregnant and lactating females.
Dosage and administration
The drug is used with feed or previously dissolved in water or milk. Daily dose: Sulf granules - 1 g per 4 kg of body weight. Sulf 480 tablets - 1 tablet per 16 kg of body weight. Administer daily dose in two steps, 12 hours apart. Treatment course is 5-7 days.
Due to increased sensitivity to active ingredients, allergic reactions may be observed.
Farm animals are allowed to be slaughtered for meat not earlier than 9 days after the last drug administration. Meat of compulsorily slaughtered animals can be used to produce tankage.
Store in original package. Protect from light and moisture. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. Store separately from food and animal feeding at 0-25°С.
Sulf granules - 1 kg polymeric can, 0.5 kg multilayer paper bag; Sulf 480 tablets - polymeric can (70 tablets).