Enrosym %10 Oral Solution


Daily pharmacological dosage is 5 mg/kg l.w. lambs and calves, and practical dosage of 1 ml/20 kg l.w./day is administered by oral route in drinking water. Treatment should continue for 3-5 days; and in case of severe and chronic infections, dosage should be doubled. It can be administered by oral route in water, milk, milk substitutes or electrolyte solutions. When 10% Oral Solution is used with the pump, it provides 1.4 ml by each pumping. Due to dosing, the pump should only be used for calves. Recommended daily dosage for poultry is 10 mg/kg l.w. This dose should be administered in drinking water to be consumed by the poultry for 24 hours for 3 days, and it should be ensured that the medicated water, which is prepared daily, is always accessible by the animals. The medicated water should be prepared daily, and the medicated water, which is not consumed in 24 hours, should be disposed of. The treatment duration is 5 days for Salmonella infections. Table of Daily Dosage for Enrosym 10% Oral Solution (10 mg/kg l.w.) Average body weight of poultry (gr) Volume of Enrosym 10% to be used for 1000 birds (ml) Volume of Enrosym 10% to be used for 5000 birds (ml) Volume of Enrosym 10% to be used for 10000 birds (ml)
40 4 20 40
100 10 50 100
150 15 75 150
250 25 125 250
500 50 250 500
1000 100 500 1000
1500 150 750 1500
2000 200 1000 2000


It is indicated for the treatment of infections caused by mycoplasmas and enrofloxacine-sensitive Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria in broiler turkeys and chickens, as well as calves and lambs with an undeveloped rumen. It is indicated for the treatment of mycoplasma infections caused by M. gallisepticum, M. synoviae, M. meleagridis and M. iowae, Colisepticemia infections caused by E. Coli, Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD) caused by M. gallisepticum and E. coli, infectious coryza caused by Haemophilus paragallinarum, avian cholera caused by Pastorella multocida, S. gallinarum, S. pullorum, Salmonella infections caused by S. gallinarum, S. pullorum, S. enteritidis and S. typhimurium, joint infections such as synovitis and arthritis caused by Staph. aureus in poultry, and erysipelas in Turkeys. It is indicated for respiratory and digestive system diseases caused by Pastorella multocida, M. haemolytica, M. bovis, M. ovis and E. coli in calves and lambs.


Chicken: 12days
Turkey: 14 days
Calves: 8 days
lambs: 10 days
Not to be used in chicken and turkey producing egg intended for human consumption