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Baytril Injectable Solution 2.27% is a bacterial fighting drug for canines that comes in a 20ml vial.
What the product cures
Baytril Injectable Solution is used to treat infections caused by bacteria that are sensitive to enrofloxacin. Some of the conditions treated with the antibiotic include; wound infection (or abscess), liver infection, respiratory tract infection, and ear infection.
Three common health problems treated by Baytril are; hepatitis, respiratory infection, and pyoderma.
Hepatitis is defined as inflammation of the liver. It is a serious condition in dogs, and can be caused by bacterial, fungal, or viral infections. Once developed, the infection can lead to complications such as; abscesses (pus filled pockets), inflamed bile duct, and liver tissue death. Symptoms associated with the disease include; lethargy, debilitation, vomiting, decreased appetite, frequent urination, weight loss, loose stools, increased water intake, shaking, painful abdomen, yellow skin pigmentation , rapid heartbeat, increased respiratory rate, and fainting.
Canine respiratory infections are one of the most common conditions diagnosed in dogs. In fact, canines are expected to experience at least one infection in their life. There are various types of respiratory infections in canines, but the ones seen more often are kennel cough and influenza. These conditions can typically be treated easily with antibiotics. However, serious complications such as pneumonia can develop if prompt treatment is not provided. Symptoms linked to respiratory infections in dogs include; discharge from nose and eyes, fever, coughing, difficult or labored breathing, excessive drooling, ulcers in the mouth or nose, decreased hunger, and reduced activity.
A skin infection, medically known as pyoderma, occurs when bacteria penetrate and invade the integumentary system. In most cases, the condition starts out as irritation of the skin, which then leads to an infection due to the introduction of bacteria through broken skin. Examples of health problems that can lead to a skin infection include; allergies, parasitic infestation, and insect bites. The condition has an acute onset, with rapid development of symptoms on the back, extremities, and chest area such as; oozing skin, inflammation, pain, foul odor, hair loss, redness, and pus.
Ailments in dogs correlated with the use of Baytril Injectable Solution include; otitis externa, allergy, urinary tract infection, prostate infection, gastrointestinal infection, hepatitis, lung infection, and infections involving the integumentary system.
Pets with Ailments
Relative info on breed most associated with this ailment
All dogs can develop liver diseases, but recent research shows that certain breeds are more susceptible to liver infections such as; Doberman Pinscher, Dalmatian, Labrador Retriever, Cairn Terrier, Cocker Spaniel, Great Dane, English Springer Spaniel, and Samoyed. The same goes for skin infections, which applies to the following breeds; Yorkshire Terrier, Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Boxer, Shih Tzu, Shar Pei, Boston Terrier, and Wirehaired Fox Terrier. Specific breeds have not been linked to respiratory infections. However, it is a known fact that dogs with a weakened immune system and those that aren’t vaccinated against common respiratory diseases are more likely to suffer from conditions affecting the respiratory tract.
Questions for the vet & product
1. What should I talk about with my vet before starting my pet on Baytril?
Tell your vet if your dog has ever been diagnosed with conditions affecting the nervous system, as use in these pets can cause seizures. It’s also important to let your vet know if your dog is pregnant, nursing, or breeding.
2. What are the guidelines for a skipped dose?
Administer the dose you forgot to give immediately and continue with treatment as directed. If the next dose is almost required, you can wait until then to give the medication. Do NOT give twice the dose to compensate for the missed one.
3. What do I do in case of an overdose?
Get your pet to the closest veterinary emergency hospital for an evaluation.
4. What side effects can Baytril cause?
There have been no side effects declared with the use of this medication.
5. Is there any medication that should be avoided while my dog is on Baytril?
Talk to your vet before giving any other medication that is filtered by the liver, as this can affect rate of metabolism.
Do NOT use in pets that allergic to quinolone drugs.
Do NOT use in dogs between the ages of 2 to 8 months.
Talk to your vet before starting treatment if your dog has been diagnosed with a condition pertaining to the nervous system.
Tell your vet if your pet is pregnant, lactating, or being bred before treatment begins.
Do NOT use in cats; may cause problems in the retina.
PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL HAZARDS:
NOT made for human use.
Store in a place where children and pets cannot get ahold of it.
Those with a known photosensitivity to quinolone drugs should avoid contact with the medication. If contact occurs in affected individuals, stay away from sunlight.
If swallowed or inhaled: Contact poison control for professional guidance.
If in eyes: Flush eyes using clean water for a minimum of 15 min. Seek medical attention if issues develop.
If on skin: Use soap and water to wash area and see a doctor if problems continue.
Storage & Disposal
Storage: Do NOT freeze or place in sunlight.
Disposal: Ask local department in charge of waste about proper disposal of medical supplies.
Brand vs. generic comparison: There is not a generic form of Baytril.
How it Works
Baytril works by getting rid of bacteria and preventing them from multiplying.
Directions for use
Baytril Injectable Solution can only be accessed with a prescription. Follow directions as provided by your veterinarian.
Dosage and administration: Baytril Injectable Solution is recommended at a dose of 2.5mg per kilograms. Treatment should be continued after 12 hours with Baytril tablets, as directed by vet.
The product contains 22.7mg of enrofloxacin and 30mg of n-butyl alcohol per 1ml, as well as water and potassium hydroxide.
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