Do you know if or why these drug uses that you might see in your daily practice are illegal, or not?
Virginia Fajt, DVM, PhD, offers these examples of drug use in food-animals, and explains why they are or are not legal under FDA regulations.
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- Metronidazole (Flagyl) for Giardia in a lamb
- Gentamicin for respiratory disease in a steer
- Clotrimazole topically for ringworm
- Tilmicosin for seminal vesiculitis in yearling bull
- Ketoprofen for bovine respiratory disease
- Oxytetracycline feed additive at 10 mg/lb for Mycoplasma arthritis
- Distilled water with baking soda and 50% dextrose for fluid therapy in a neonate
- Intramammary aloe vera for treatment of mastitis
- Intramammary colloidal silver for treatment of mastitis
- Ceftiofur for treatment of metritis in a goat
- Ceftiofur for treatment of calf septicemia
- Enrofloxacin for treatment of respiratory disease in a dairy cow
- Tilmicosin for treatment of respiratory disease in a dairy cow
- Six growth promotant implants in a steer for heat detection
- Sulfachlorpyridazine for treatment of metritis in dairy cows
- Pediatric human-labeled trimethoprim-sulfa for E. coli in a neonatal calf
See the full article Navigating Through Drug Regulations here.