Composition: contains chlorhexidine bigluconate (disine) 0,5% and gel base.
Pharmaceutical form: a dense liquid of white colour and viscous consistency.
Pharmacological properties: antimast has a wide spectrum of antimicrobial action in the treatment of cows’ mastitis due to the action of chlorhexidine.
Biological properties: the drug is characterized by high antiseptic and repellent effect. Chlorhexidine is active against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including pathogenic agents causing mastitis: Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Proteus vulgaris, Enterococcus hirae, Citrobacter freundii, Enterobacter aerogenes, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Streptococcus agalactiae, Streptococcus dysgalactiae, Streptococcus Uberis, and also demonstrates fungicidal action.
Animal species. cows, goats.
Application instructions. For the treatment and prevention of mastitis in cows, goats.
Precautions: Liquid, when heated to a temperature above + 350C.
Interaction with other drugs: Antimast SB does not exclude uagse of other drugs.
Not recommended to use iodine at the same time.
Chlorhexidine is inconsistent with detergents containing anionic group (saponins, sodium lauryl sulfate, sulfonic acid, sodium carboxymethylcellulose) and soaps.
Special instructions during pregnancy and lactation: During treatment of cows, milk from the infected quarters is disposed, and from others – fed to the animals after boiling.
For food purposes milk is used no earlier than 24 hours after the last application of the medicinal product (in case of complete disappearance of mastitis symptoms confirmed by mastitis tests).
Slaughter of animals for meat and the use of meat products in food is allowed not earlier than 24 hours after the last application of the remedy. Meat of forcibly slaughtered animals during the treatment is used for feeding carnivorous animals or production of meat-and-bone meal tankage.
Antimast SB is used for treating various forms of cow mastitis.
Before using a drug a secret is milked from the infected quarter, and the nipple is disinfected with 70% ethanol.
The drug is collected from the vial with a sterile syringe and, using a catheter, is injected into the nipple of a damaged udder quarter. When using a syringe, the cannula is tightly pressed to the opening of the nipple canal and injected with the drug. After the immersion, a light massage from the bottom to the top is carried out.
Antimast injected intramammary:
– at subclinical, expressed serous and catarrhal mastitis – 10 cm3 / 4-5 times with an interval of 12 hours;
– at purulent-catarrhal – 10 cm3 / 4-5 times with an interval of 12 hours, and then at an interval of 24 hours until recovery.
Adverse events. None.
Precautions for the staff. Personal hygiene and safety rules of work with veterinary drugs should be kept by working with the drug.
Shell life: 24 months since produced.
Conditions of storage and transportation. Store in the original packaging, away from heat, in a place protected from direct sunlight, at a temperature from + 50С to + 250С.
Antimast SB is kept away from children.
Package. Flasks ‑ 50, 100, 200 cm3.
Dispensing regulations: Without prescription.