It is used for the treatment of colibacillosis
( bacterial enteritis) caused by E-coli susceptible to neomycin sulfate in cattle
( excluding veal calves), swine, sheep and goat.
Dosage & administrations:
Route of administration: orally undiluted in drinking water or milk.
5 ml of the product /100 pound b. Wt. ( eq. to 101 ml / 10 kg b. wt. )
of 14 days ( either as a drench in divided dosage
or in per day in divided doses for a maximum the drinking water to be consumed in 24-12 hours).
Warnings & precautions:
• Treatment should continue 48-24 beyond
remission of disease symptoms, but not exceed a total of 14 consecutive days.
• Neolon may be given undiluted or diluted with water.
Contra - indications:
•Not to be used in animal hypersensitive to neomycin.
•Not to be used in calves to be processed to veal.
•Not to be used in female daity cattle 20 months of age.
•No side effect in the recommended dose..
Cattle ( excluding veal calves) & goat: 30 days
Sheep: 20 days
Swine: 20 days
A withdrawal time has not been established in pre-ruminating calves.
Stored at temp. Not exceed 30°C
Each 1 ml contains :
Neomycin sulphate .... 200 mg (Eq. to neomycin base 140 mg).
NEOMYCIN is a bactericidal antibiotic belongs to aminoglycoside group.
It produces it’s antimicrobial activity by
binding to 30S risbosomal subunit of the organism resulting in inhibition of micro bial protein synthesis.
NEOMYCIN has activity againts Staph.
bacteria & G- ve bacteria including E- coli.
Target species :
Cattle (excluding veal calves), Swine, Sheep and Goat.