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results of Monte Carlo simulations (MCS), label doses have a < 10% probability of achieving the target plasma drug concentration (plasma target drug concentration attainment) against susceptible respiratory pathogens. 10 , 11 The scientific literature 12

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plasma t 1/2el (30 to 40 hours) in cattle than flunixin meglumine and is poorly excreted in milk. 5,6 Carprofen is currently approved in several European and Asian countries for control of inflammation associated with respiratory tract disease. The

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veal calves) for the treatment of respiratory disease associated with Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasteurella multocida . Enrofloxacin was originally approved for use in beef cattle for the treatment of respiratory disease associated with M

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injection site may necessitate a prolonged WDT. Flunixin meglumine Flunixin meglumine is an NSAID that, in the United States, is approved for the treatment of pyrexia associated with bovine respiratory disease, endotoxemia, and acute mastitis and

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is the only NSAID approved by the FDA for use in beef and dairy cattle for the control of pyrexia associated with bovine respiratory tract disease and inflammation associated with endotoxemia and mastitis. The FDA has placed it on a list of drugs of

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Nalorphine hydrochloride, a pharmacological antagonist, is approved by the FDA for use in dogs to facilitate recovery following opioid-induced anesthesia or respiratory and circulatory depression. Unfortunately, residue data for nalorphine in wildlife or food

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