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Penicillin blood levels in pigs after subcutaneous injection of procaine penicillin, benzathine penicillin and Penatrit.



Penicillin blood levels in pigs after subcutaneous injection of procaine penicillin, benzathine penicillin and Penatrit.



Med. Wet 18: 654-658



Ten pigs, 25-32 kg., were used. After a single s/c dose of 10, 000 i.u. procaine penicillin per kg. body wt., a therapeutic concentration of 0.84-0.04 i.u./ml. was maintained for 18-24 hours.

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