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Irritation, bioavailability, and residue aspects of ten oxytetracycline formulations administered intramuscularly to pigs


Irritation, bioavailability, and residue aspects of ten oxytetracycline formulations administered intramuscularly to pigs



Veterinary Quarterly 6(2): 80-84



ISSN/ISBN: 0165-2176

PMID: 6740894

DOI: 10.1080/01652176.1984.9693916

After intramuscular administration to pigs (dosage 20-35 mg/kg), great differences were found among 10 injectable oxytetracycline (OTC) formulations with respect to irritation and persistence at the injection site, and residues in edible tissues. The proportion of OTC recovered from the injection site 7-10 days after injection ranged from less than 0.001 to 0.15% for three 10% formulations and from 0.12 to 20.5% for seven 20% formulations.

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