Study upon the efficacy of apramycin in the treatment of colibacillosis in young calves
Apramycin, a new aminocy clitol antibiotic produced by a strain o f S t r e p t o m y c e s te n e b r a r i u s has been evaluated as a treatment of naturally occuring colibacillosis in young calves. Results are reported from 3 field trials, involving 95 animals, in Greece. In 2 of those trials, apramycin was administered orally at a dose rate of 20 and 40 mg/kg bodyweight and at 20 mg/kg b.w. by injection in the 3rd trial (Table I).
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ΣΤΟΦΟΡΟΣ E., ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗΣ Σ., ΔΟΝΟΣ Α., ΠΑΠΑΧΑΡΙΣΗΣ Γ., ΑΝΔΡΕΩΤΗ Γ., & ΤΣΑΛΤΑΣ Κ. (2019). Study upon the efficacy of apramycin in the treatment of colibacillosis in young calves. Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society, 29(4), 216–234. https://doi.org/10.12681/jhvms.21360
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