LINCOCIN is used to treat bacterial infections, skin infections, wound infections, bone infections, respiratory infections...
LINCOCIN is used to treat bacterial infections, skin infections, wound infections, bone infections, respiratory infections, and infections of the mouth.
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Lincocin by Pharmacia & Upjohn Company
Lincocin by Pfizer
LINCOCIN is an antibiotic that is used in dogs and cats. It is very similar to clindamycin (Antirobe) and erythromycin.
LINCOCIN is an effective medication because it is transported with other white blood cells that contain bacteria fighting enzymes.
LINCOCIN is a narrow-range antibiotic that is effective against bacteria that are found in...
- skin infections
- wound infections
- bone infections
- respiratory infections (pneumonia)
- periodontitis and gingivitis
LINCOCIN works similarly to the clindamycin and erythromycin.
LINCOCIN attacks bacteria by inhibiting the growth and production proteins that bacteria need to survive.
- LINCOCIN is a prescription drug.
- Very similar to clindamycin and erythromycin
- Absorbs quickly for a fast response
- LINCOCIN is very effective in the treatment of anaerobic bacteria.
- Not effective in treating coliform (intestinal derived) bacteria
- LINCOCIN is available in...
- Do not use LINCOCIN in any animal that is allergic to lincomycin or clindamycin.
- Animals should not be given LINCOCIN at the same time as erythromycin.
- Do not give this medication to pregnant or lactating pets.
- Let your veterinarian know if your pet suffers from..
allergic skin reactions
Details About Lincocin
"LINCOCIN is used to treat bacterial infections, skin infections, wound infections, bone infections, respiratory infections, and infections of the mouth."
Lincocin Is Used To Treat These Symptoms
Possible Side Effects When Using Lincocin
If you notice any behavioral or physiological changes in your pet while giving LINCOCIN, contact your veterinarian immediately.
Allergic reactions and serious side effects
Allergic reactions and serious side effects are rare, but in the case of an allergic reaction or a serious side effect you should stop LINCOCIN treatment and seek veterinary attention. Some common allergic reactions and serious side effects are...
- breathing difficulty
- facial swelling
- facial lesions
- bloody diarrhea
- blistering of the skin
- dark colored urine
Our Information Is Not Intended To Replace The Advice Of Your Veterinarian
"Do not use our product information for diagnostic purposes. Always take your pet to your veterinarian to obtain a diagnosis and course of treatment. Only your veterinarian is qualified to assess all possible side effects, interactions, precautions, warnings and possible allergic reactions relating to the use of this product or drug with your pet."
- Use as directed by your veterinarian.
- Follow the instructions on the prescription label.
- Store LINCOCIN at room temperature.
- Be sure to complete the prescription to ensure a full recovery, even if your pet seems to be improving, unless instructed otherwise by your veterinarian.
- Do not give in larger or smaller amounts than was prescribed by your veterinarian.
- Allow your pet access to plenty of water.
- Dose and frequency depends on severity of the infection.
- Blood tests for liver and kidney functions may be needed periodically.
Dosage for DOGS and CATS
- 7 mg / pound of body weight
- Given by mouth 3 times daily
- 10 mg / pound of body weight
- Given by mouth twice daily
In the case of a missed dose of LINCOCIN, give it as soon as you remember or just wait until it is time to give the next dose. DO NOT GIVE A DOUBLE DOSE OF LINCOCIN.
In the case of an overdose of LINCOCIN, seek attention from your veterinarian. Symptoms of an overdose may include...