BRONIL


Bronil contains Tiamulin Hydrogen Fumarate, an antibiotic of the Pleuromutilin group. As well as Mycoplasma gallispeticum, Mycoplasma synoviae, Spirochetosis, it is highly effective against several other gram-positive bacteria. Bronil has higher efficacy than other macrolides.

CLINICAL SIGNS OF MYCOPLASMA SPP. INFECTION:

  • Nasal and ocular discharge, rattling in windpipes, coughing, sneezing and shaking of the head.
  • Feed consumption drop leading to drop in egg production & weight loss.
  • Slow growth, lameness
  • Poor FCR & sharp decline in weight gain

ADVANTAGES:

  1. Bronil helps in reducing production losses caused by Mycoplasma spp.
  2. Bronil improves egg production.
  3. Bronil controls the vertical transmission of Mycoplasma spp. Infection.

COMPOSITION

Bronil 10%
Tiamulin hydrogen fumarate 10 g
Excipients up to 100 g
Bronil 80%
Tiamulin hydrogen fumarate 80 g
Excipients up to 100 g

DOSE :

Bronil 10% & Bronil 80%

Dose Application duration
Broiler, Layer & Breeder Prevention: 15 mg (Tiamulin hydrogen fumarate) per kg body weight 3-5 days & repeat every 4 weeks
Treatment: 20-25 mg (Tiamulin hydrogen fumarate) per kg body weight 3-5 days

*Dose may vary based on severity of infection and as directed by the veterinary doctor

ADMINISTRATION

  • Bronil 10% should be administered through feed.
  • Bronil 80% can be given through drinking water as well as feed.
  • CONTRADICTION

    In poultry Tiamulin interferes with Ionophore anticoccidials such as Monensin, Narasin and Salinomycin metabolism and presence of these drugs together with Tiamulin becomes toxic. Hence above anticoccidials should be avoided 7 days prior, during the treatment and 7 days after Tiamulin treatment.

    WITHDRAWAL PERIOD:

  • Eggs- 0 days.
  • Broilers- 3 days.
  • PRESENTATION:

  • Bronil 10% is available as 10 kg pack.
  • Bronil 80% is available as 1 kg pack.
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