ENROXYL -Enrofloxacina- BAYTRIL - Cattle, Pigs

Regular price €39,90

Shipping calculated at checkout.
ENROXIL 10% solution for injection for cattle and swine



1 ml of cotine solution for injection 100mg enrofloxacin

Other ingredients: l-butanol, potassium hydroxide, water for injectable products


Bovine: diseases of the gastrointestinal and respiratory tract, caused by bacteria and Mycoplasma spp. (colibacilloses, colisepticemia, pasteurelloses, salmonelloses, staphylococci, mycoplasmosis) and secondary infections in viral diseasesSwine: all types of diseases of the gastrointestinal and respiratory tract caused by microorganisms susceptible to enrofloxacin (pasteurellosis, enzootic pneumonia, bacterial bronchopenumonia, colibacillosis, colisepticemia, salmonelloses, MMA syndrome, atrophic rhinitis)


Do not use the product in case of resistance to quinolones

Do not use the product in case of cartilage growth disorders and / or during damage to the musculoskeletal system, especially at the level of functionally overloaded joints or due to body weight.

Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients.ADVERSE REACTIONS

Occasionally, local reactions may occur at the injection site.


Cattle, swine


The usual dose for cattle and swine is 2.5 ml Enroxil 10% per 100 kg body weight (2.5mg enrofloxacin per 1kg body weight)

In recurrent respiratory tract infections and salmonellosis recommended dose: 5mg enrofloxacin per 1 kg body weight (5ml Enroxil 10%/100 kg body weight)

The product is administered in cattle s.c, in pigs i.m.In salmonellosis, the treatment in calves begins with the injectable form and continues with the oral form.

The drug is administered once, every 24 hours

The duration of treatment in cattle and pigs is 2-3 days, in salmonellosis 5 days. In MMA syndrome in sows, 1-2 treatments are required.

If in the first 2-3 days the improvement of the clinical signs is not observed, the performance of additional antibiograms and the possibility of changing the antimicrobial therapy should be considered

RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING THE CORRECT ADMINISTRATIONThe quantity applied in one point will not exceed 5 ml in cattle, 2.5 ml in pigs and 5 ml in sows.

Enrofloxacin is administered in the usual areas of application, for example in the pig in the muscle placed posteriorly to the ear.

Do not exceed the recommended dose.

Normal sterile precautions should be taken.

In order to ensure a correct administration, the body weight must be determined as precisely as possible to avoid overdosing.


Meat and organs: Swine: 10 days

Cattle: 10 days

Milk cattle: 5 days