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Year : 1993
Tome : 144
Volume : 12
Pages : 981-988
Title : Tiamuline-oxytetracycline : evaluation of efficacy in swine bronchopneumonia prevention
Authors : J.Y. JOUGLAR, P.M. BORNE, G. SIONNEAU, T. BARDON et D. ECLACHE
Summary : A field trial was conducted to assess the value of a pulse dosing treatment of the tiamuline-oxytetracycline association in a pig herd where was identified an enzootic pneumonia with Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae. Pulse-dosing treatment with tiamuline (40 ppm) and oxytetracycline (300 ppm) two days per week in fattening unit allowed to control acute pneumonia identified two months after the beginning of fattening period. No antibiotic residue was dosed in the meat 4 days after the end of the treatment.
Keywords : enzootic pneumonia ? Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae ? pulse dosing ? residue ? tiamuline ? oxytétracycline ? pig.
Correspondence : J.Y. JOUGLAR
Adress : Département de production animale, qualité et sécurité des denrées, E.N V. Toulouse, 13, chemin des Capelles, F-31076 Toulouse Cedex.

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