Ciprofloxacin is a strong, broad spectrum antibiotic that is used to treat bacterial infections. Broad spectrum means this antibiotic fights against a number of different strains of bacteria. Ciprofloxacin should only be used if other, more direct types of antibiotic are ineffective, since overuse of a broad spectrum antibiotic promotes the adaptation of existing bacteria into a stronger, more resilient strain. Ciprofloxacin should not be given if your pet has a known sensitivity or allergy to antibiotics. Dogs with damage to their central nervous system should take ciprofloxacin with caution, since it may increase the risk of seizures. Patients with kidney or liver disease should have their dosages adjusted based on their condition. Ciprofloxacin has been banned for use during pregnancy or in pets up to 8 months old, and in large dogs up to a year old. Otitis is one the most common problems seen in dogs. Most acute cases can be managed with topical polyvalent ear preparations. However, these cases frequently evolve into chronic or recurrent otitis that is much harder to resolve. Ongoing cycles of infection and inflammation will lead to chronic pathological changes and select for antimicrobial resistance that make management much more challenging. Diagnosis and management of the underlying triggers for the otitis is crucial, but clinicians must also understand how best to treat the ongoing infection and inflammation. Knowing how to recognise and understanding the significance of biofilms is important, as these are under diagnosed and have a major impact on antimicrobial efficacy. Cytology should be performed in all cases to determine the type of infection and the likely nature of the micro-organisms.
Pues, no me ayudo mucho, una recomendación seria aumentar una determinada cantidad de extranjerismos según la letra. Dogs include diarrhea or cat's ear formulation puts the antibiotic used for dogs. 0.3 -10ml ciprofloxacin drops are available forms meant to treat cats primarily.