CLIVET Tablets / Oral Suspension / Injection

Clivet clindamycin is for anaerobic bacterial infection. It is most effective & successful in the treatment of bone disorder like osteomyelitis in dogs and cats. It has high tissue concentration and effective in the treatment of soft tissue skin infections like pyoderma, wound and abscess. It is also indicated in treatment of dental infections and babesiosis.

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CLIVET Tablets / Oral Suspension / Injection

Brand Name: CLIVET Tablets / Oral Suspension / Injection

Manufactured/Mktd by: Corise Canine Care / Corise Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.

Dosage form: Tablet, Oral Suspension and Injection

Presentation: 

Tablets – Strip of 6 Tablets

Oral Suspension – 20 ml

Injection – 2 ml vial

Ingredients & Composition:

Clivet Tablets contain –
Clindamycin 150 mg and 300 mg

Clivet Oral Suspension contains
Clindamycin 25 mg/1 ml

Clivet Injection contains –
Clindamycin 300 mg/2 ml

Description / Action: 

Clivet clindamycin is for anaerobic bacterial infection. It is most effective & successful in the treatment of bone disorder like osteomyelitis in dogs and cats. It has high tissue concentration and effective in the treatment of soft tissue skin infections like pyoderma, wound and abscess. It is also indicated in treatment of dental infections and babesiosis.

Class: Antibiotics – Lincosamide

Indication / Uses:

Clivet – Clindamycin is indicated in dogs and cats for the treatment of

  • Bone disorder (Osteomyelitis)
  • Skin infection (Pyoderma)
  • Dental infections
  • Babesiosis

Dosage and administration:

Bone disorder (Osteomyelitis)

11 mg/kg of body weight daily/twice a day, given orally for 28 days, efficacious treatment of post-traumatic cause by S. aureus caused Osteomyelitis in dogs

Babesiosis     25 mg/kg body weight BID

Pyoderma / Ear Infection    5.5-11mg/kg body weight BID

Overdoses / Side effects / Contraindications /Warnings:

Contraindications and warnings have not been mentioned on the product label by the manufacture. Ask your veterinarian in case of accidental overdosing. Adverse reactions include vomiting, diarrhoea and colitis. In cats prefer syrup or administer tablets with small quantities of water.

Pharmaceutical precautions / Instructions: 

Store in a cool dry and dark place. Shake well before use.

Safety: Age / Pregnancy/ Withdrawal:

Safety for use in puppies/kittens or pregnant or lactating bitches or cats has not been mentioned by the manufacturer. Always follow the recommendations of your veterinarian.

Habit forming:  No

Substitute: Bioclan Tablets and Syrup (More Detailed Information is available), Clindapet Tablets and Oral Solution, Antirobe

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