Pradofloxacin is used in Veraflox Oral Suspension for the treatment of skin infections (abscesses or sores) in cats caused by susceptible bacteria strains, including Staphylococcus pseudintermedius, Staphylococcus felis, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus canis, and Pasteurella multocida.
Who is Veraflox Oral Suspension 25 mg/ml for?
Kittens and cats of 6 weeks of age and older.
Why use Veraflox Oral Suspension 25 mg/ml?
VerafloxBenefits: Treats abscesses and wound infections caused by susceptible Staphylococcus intermedius group (such as Staphylococcus pseudintermedius) and Pasteurella multocida strains. Treats Staphylococcus intermedius group (like Staphylococcus pseudintermedius), Escherichia coli, and Pasteurella multocida infections in the upper respiratory tract. An easy-to-orally-administer, once-daily dose makes treatment easy. Comes with an easy-to-use dispenser that allows for convenient and precise administration.
How does Veraflox Oral Suspension 25 mg/ml work?
Unlike previous generations of fluoroquinolones, Veraflox is designed to boost efficacy against gram-positive and anaerobic infections. It continues to attack gram-negative bacteria with the same effectiveness. It has improved bactericidal properties by attacking both topoisomerase IV and DNA gyrase, which are required for the replication of bacterial DNA.
How is Veraflox Oral Suspension 25 mg/ml sold?
15ml oral suspension
What are the side effects of Veraflox Oral Suspension 25 mg/ml?
Rarely, non-serious reactions have included vomiting and other short-lived gastrointestinal problems.
What special precautions are there?
If your pet has a known or suspected fluoroquinolone allergy or hypersensitivity, don't use this medication. Never use in a pet with cartilage damage, a pet with a central nervous system illness (such as epilepsy), a developing dog or puppy, or a kitten less than 6 weeks old. Seizures can occur in these animals. If your pet is lactating or pregnant, do not administer this product. This product is deemed safe for kittens above the age of six weeks. At this age, it has no effect on the formation of cartilage in kittens. In cats with a chronic articular cartilage lesion, do not use. During therapy with fluoroquinolones, lesions may worsen. If at all feasible, this product should only be used following susceptibility testing. When using this medication, keep in mind local and governmental antibacterial protocols. Fluoroquinolones should only be used to treat clinical problems that haven't responded well to other antimicrobials or are likely to do so.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Veraflox Oral Suspension 25 mg/ml?
Keep below 30°C (86°F) and use within 60 days of opening.
Veraflox is an unrivaled antibiotic for cats.
Administration Recommendations Based on Cat's Body Weight (in Lbs) - Pradofloxacin Dosage/Dosage of Oral Suspension/Cat's Weight: 5-7.5 / 0.2 / 0.67-1 5-7.5 / 0.3 / 1-1.5 5-6.7 / 0.4 / 1.5-2 5-6.3 / 0.5 / 2-2.5 5-6 / 0.6 / 2.5-3 5-5.8 / 0.7 / 3-3.5 5-5.7 / 0.8 / 3.5-4 5-6.3 / 1 / 4-5 5-6 / 1.2 / 5-6 5-5.8 / 1.4 / 6-7 5-5.7 / 1.6 / 7-8 5-5.6 / 1.8 / 8-9 5-5.6 / 2 / 9-10 Clean the syringe with tap water after each use and place it in the box containing the medicine. Use the syringe for only one animal to avoid cross-contamination. If there is no improvement after 3 days, your veterinarian should reconsider the medication. The length of treatment will be determined by the intensity and form of the infection, as well as the animal's unique reaction. The container includes an oral dose syringe for precise administration. To avoid underdosing, weigh the cat before administering the medication. The dosing range is 5 to 7.5mg per pg of body weight due to the syringe gradation. Pradofloxacin should be taken once a day at a quantity of 5mg per kilogram of body weight. Orally administer. For the best results, follow your veterinarian's instructions.
25 mg/ml Pradofloxacin with 2 mg/ml Sorbic acid (E200) as a preservative.