Noroseal 2.6g Intramammary Suspension for Cattle
Light brown suspension.
Prevention of ascending intramammary infections throughout the dry period.
In cows considered likely to be free of sub-clinical mastitis, the product may be suitable for use on its own in dry cow management for mastitis control.
Selection of cows for treatment with the product should be based on veterinary clinical judgement. Selection criteria may be based on the mastitis and cell count history of individual cows, or recognised tests for the detection of sub-clinical mastitis or bacteriological sampling.
Dosage & Administration
Infuse the content of one syringe of the product into each udder quarter immediately after the last milking of the lactation (at drying off). Do not massage the teat or udder after infusion of the product.
Care must be taken not to introduce pathogens into the teat in order to reduce the risk of post-infusion mastitis (aseptic technique).
It is essential that the teat is thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, with surgical spirit or alcohol-impregnated wipes. The teats should be wiped until the wipes are no longer visibly dirty. Teats should be allowed to dry prior to infusion. Infuse aseptically and avoid contamination of the syringe nozzle. Following infusion it is advisable to use an appropriate teat dip or spray.
Meat & offal: zero days
Milk: zero hours
Contraindictions, Warnings etc
Do not use the product alone in cows with clinical or sub-clinical mastitis at drying off period.
Do not use during lactation.
No special precautions for storage.
Any unused veterinary medicinal product or waste materials derived from such veterinary medicinal product should be disposed of in accordance with local requirements
Avoid contact with skin or eyes.
Should skin or eye contact occur, wash the affected area thoroughly with water.
If irritation persists, seek medical advice and show this label to the doctor.
If you know that you are allergic to bismuth salts, avoid using this product.
Wash hands after use.
Nature and composition of immediate packaging
Low density polyethylene syringe with a smooth tapered hermetically sealed nozzle.
24 or 60 Intramammary syringes in a carton
120 Intramammary syringes in a bucket.
Not all pack sizes may be marketed.