Contains per g:
Spiramycin (as adipate) 500 mg
Spiramycin is a bacteriostatic antibiotic, belonging to the group of macrolides. Spiramycin interferes with the bacterial protein synthesis, which leads to an inhibition of the bacterial protein synthesis and thus stops bacterial growth. Spiramycin is active against Gram positive bacteria (Streptococcus spp.), Mycoplasma spp. and some gram negative bacteria like Pasteurella multocida). After oral administration, Spiramycin is absorbed quickly and is well distributed into the lungs, spleen, kidneys, liver and bones.
Macrolides are known to cause hypersensitivity. Do not use in animals which have shown hypersensitivity before.
For oral administration via drinking water.
Duration of treatment: 3 days.
Age of broiler (weeks) Dosage of Avispir wsp in grams per 1,000 litres of drinking water
1 – 2 250 – 490
3 – 4 340 – 670
5 – 6 450 – 890
This is equivalent to 40 – 80 mg spiramycin per kg bodyweight.
Medicated drinking water should be used within 24 hours.
Meat and offal : 21 days
Not authorised for use in birds producing eggs intended for human consumption.
Store below 25 oC.
Keep the package tightly closed.
Store in the original container.
Keep medicine away from children.
Sachet of 100 g (120 sachets per box).
PET-Pharma jars of 1,000 g with PE closure (12 jars per box).