Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet)

Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet)
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For the treatment of respiratory tract infections in cats and dogs, including rhinitis, tonsillitis, bronchopneumonia and feline respiratory disease. For oral administration at feeding times. Do not use in pregnant animals. The therapeutic spectrum includes Pasteurella spp., Bordetella bronchiseptica,... Read more
Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet)

For the treatment of respiratory tract infections in cats and dogs, including rhinitis, tonsillitis, bronchopneumonia and feline respiratory disease. For oral administration at feeding times. Do not use in pregnant animals. The therapeutic spectrum includes Pasteurella spp., Bordetella bronchiseptica, Staphylococcus aureus, other Staphylococcus spp. and Streptococcus spp..

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About Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet)

Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet)

For the treatment of respiratory tract infections in cats and dogs, including rhinitis, tonsillitis, bronchopneumonia and feline respiratory disease. For oral administration at feeding times. Do not use in pregnant animals. The therapeutic spectrum includes Pasteurella spp., Bordetella bronchiseptica, Staphylococcus aureus, other Staphylococcus spp. and Streptococcus spp..

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Directions For Use

Directions for Use

The tablets are for oral administration. The dosage is 10 mg per kg bodyweight (one 20 mg tablet per 2 kg or one 100 mg tablet per 10 kg) administered daily for up to five days.
Tablets should be administered at feeding times.

Active Ingredient

Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet) ingredients

Round, yellow tablets each containing 20 mg or 100 mg doxycycline, as doxycycline hyclate.

Side Effects

Side effects of Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet)

For animal treatment only.
Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
RONAXAN should not be used in pregnant animals.
Do not use in known cases of hypersensitivity to the active ingredient.
Vomiting, oesophagitis and oesophageal ulcerations have been reported as side effects following doxycycline therapy and RONAXAN should not therefore be administered to patients with dysphagia, or diseases accompanied by vomiting.
Photodermatitis has occurred following tetracycline therapy after exposure to intense sun or ultraviolet light.
The use of tetracycline during tooth development may lead to tooth discoloration. Doxycycline, because of the lower affinity for calcium, carries a lower risk than other tetracyclines.
Cross resistance to other tetracyclines can occur.
Doxycycline should not be used concurrently with other antibiotics especially bactericidal drugs such as the ?-lactams.
Wash hands thoroughly after use.
Handle the tablets with care if you know you are hypersensitive (allergic) to tetracycline. In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical advice

Additional Data

Ronaxan Tablet 20 mg (Single Tablet) specification

Specification: Detail:
Pack Size: Single Tablet
Brands: Merial Animal Health
Product Form: tablet
External Link:

http://www.noahcompendium.co.uk/Merial_Animal_Health_Ltd/documents/S3838.html

Strength/Size: 20 mg

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Q & A

Q. My 10 week old puppy had his first injection while on ronaxan 20mg, I forgot to tell the vet she was on it. Will the injection still work? and is there any danger to my puppy now?
A.

Unless he had the Kennel Cough vaccine, there shouldn't be a problem - your puppy should be fine, and the vaccine should still work.
If he had the KC vaccine, he'll be fine - but the vaccine might not take.
I suggest you chat to your vet about it when you go for his second injections - but I wouldn't worry about it!

David Harris BVSc MRCVS
MyVetMeds

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