Tolflam Anti-Inflammatory Injection Cattle & Pigs

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Registered Name

Tolflam Anti-Inflammatory Injection for Cattle & Pigs

Composition

Tolfenamic Acid 40mg/mL

Manufacturer

Ausrichter Pty Ltd

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Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory analgesic-antipyretic for use in cattle and pigs.

Pneumonia & Respiratory Diseases

  • Approved for pneumonia in cattle
  • Long acting in respiratory disease
  • Quickly reduces fever

Mastitis Treatment

  • Aprroved for IV treatment at 4mg/mL for E.Coli infections
  • Fast return to milk production
  • Reduces pain & inflammation
  • No milk discard when interval between teatment & next milking is longer than 12 hours.

Lameness

  • Proven to last 72 hours by IM Injection
  • Fast onset of pain management
  • Repeat treatment in severe or chronic disease

Post Calving Treatment

  • Fast onset of pain management
  • Helps cows recover from calving
  • Early treatment may reduce incidence of 'Downer Cows'

Indications for Calves

  • Diarrhoea/Enteritis
  • Pneumonia
  • Lameness
  • Foot injuries
  • De-horning
  • Castration
  • Fever

Inflammatory & Pain Related Conditions

  • Eye Injury
  • Pink Eye
  • Metritis
  • Joint Injuries
  • Transport and yard injuries
  • Caesarean section

 

Dosage & Administration

Cattle

Pneumonia: 2mg/kg (1mL per 20kg bw) by intramuscular injection high in the neck.  Treatment may be repeated once only after 48 hours.

Mastitis: 4mg/kg (1mL per 10kg bw) as a single intravenous injection.

Pigs

 

Metritis-mastitis-agalactia: 2mg/kg (1mL per 20kg bw) as a single intramuscular injection.

Withholding Periods

Meat

Cattle by intramuscular administration DO NOT USE less than 10 days before slaughter for human consumption.

Cattle by intravenous administration: DO NOT USE less than 4 days before slaughter for human consumption.

Pigs by intramuscular administration: DO NOT USE less than 6 days before slaughter for human consumption.

Milk

Catlle by intramuscular or intravenous administration:

Milk collected from cows within 12 hours (1 milking) following treatment MUST NOT BE USED forhum an consumption or processing, or fed to bobby calves.

 

Presentation

100mL glass bottle. Outer pack of 12.

Storage

Store below 30oC (room temperature) away from direct sunlight.

Poisons Schedule

S4

APVMA Number

APVMA Approval No: 83476/108367

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