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Doses - CARBENICILLIN INDANYL SODIUM

Dogs: Dog

For susceptible infections:
a) For UTI: 15 - 50 mg/kg PO q6-8h (Ford and Aronson 1985)
b) 15 mg/kg PO, IV tid (Morgan 1988)
c) 55 - 110 mg/kg IV q8h or 55 mg/kg PO q8h (Aronson and Aucoin 1989)

Cats: Cat

For susceptible infections:
a) For UTI: 15 - 50 mg/kg PO q6-8h (Ford and Aronson 1985)
b) 15 mg/kg PO tid (Morgan 1988)
c) 15 mg/kg IV q8h (Upson 1988)
d) 55 mg/kg PO q8h (Aronson and Aucoin 1989)

Birds: Bird

For susceptible infections in Psittacines:
a) 100 - 200 mg/kg PO bid; 1/3 tablet added to 4 oz drinking water. Crush tablets andgavage or hide in mash or palatable soft food item. If adding to drinking water, disguisebitter taste by adding Tang® or a Pina Colada mix to water. (McDonald 1989)
b) 200 mg/kg PO for 5-10 days. Crush tablets and apply to favorite food (e.g., cookedsweet potato works well) or mix in mash or hand-feeding formula. (Clubb 1986)
Dosage Forms/Preparations/FDA Approval Status - Veterinary-Approved Products: None

Human-Approved Products:

Carbenicillin Indanyl Sodium Coated Oral Tablets 382 mg; Geocillin® (Roerig); (Rx)
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