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Use of tiamulin against Treponema dysentery in pigs



Use of tiamulin against Treponema dysentery in pigs



Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii 65: 16-19



The minimum inhibitory concentration of tiamulin against 9 field strains of Treponema hyodysenteriae ranged from 1.9 to 7.5 mu g/ml. In a trial on 279 piglets aged 1-6 months on affected farms in the Belgorod region of USSR, the i.m. therapeutic dose of tiamulin was 10-15 mg/kg, once daily for 3 days. Tiamulin alone was ineffective against dysentery complicated by salmonellosis.

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