Quartermaster: Product Information (Page 2 of 2)

CAUTION:

Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.

PRECAUCIÓN:

La ley federal restringe este medicamento al uso o por orden de un veterinario profesional.

STORAGE CONDITIONS:

Store at controlled room temperature 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F). Store under dry conditions.

CONDICIONES DE ALMACENAMIENTO:

Almacenar en una habitación con temperature controlada de 20 ºC a 25 ºC (68 ºF a 77 ºF). Almacenar en un lugar seco.

HOW SUPPLIED

Quartermaster Suspension is supplied as:

Packers of 12–10 mL (.33 Fl Oz) disposable syringes with 12 convenient single-use isopropyl alcohol pads NDC 86108-901-03

Pails of 144–10 mL (.33 Fl Oz) disposable syringes with 144 convenient single-use isopropyl alcohol pads NDC 86108-901-05

PRESENTACIÓN:

La suspensión Quartermaster se presenta de la siguiente forma:

Paquetes de 12–jeringas descartables de 10 ml (0,33 onzas líquidas) con 12 almohadillas con alcohol isopropílico de un solo uso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NDC 86108-901-03

Cubos de 144–jeringas descartables de 10 ml (0,33 onzas líquidas) con 144 almohadillas con alcohol isopropílico de un solo uso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NDC 86108-901-05

REFERENCES:

[1] Smith, A.; Westgarth, D.R.; Jones, M.R.; Neave, F.K.; Dodd, F.H.; & Brander, G.C., Methods of Reducing the Incidence of Udder Infection in Dry Cows, VETERINARY RECORD 81:504-510, 1967.

[2] Dodd, F.H. & Neave, F.K., Mastitis Control, N.I.R.D. BIENNIAL REVIEWS 1970, pp. 21-60.

[3] Roberts, S.J.; Meek, A.M.; Natzke, R.; & Guthrie, R., A Mastitis Control Program Combining Teat Dipping & Dry Cow Therapy, XIX WORLD VETERINARY CONGRESS (Mexico City, 8/15-21/71), PROCEEDINGS 3:935-939, 1971.

[4] Newbould, F.H.S.; Carey, P.G.; & Barnum, D.A., The Numbers of Intramammary Infections & Teat Duct Colonizations in a Herd of Twins During a Hygiene Experiment, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE MEDICINE 34:203-208, 1970.

[5] Neave, F.K. & Jackson, E.R., The Prevention of Intramammary Infection, pp. 15-24 in The Control of Bovine Mastitis (Proceedings, Joint Meeting, British Cattle Veterinary Association & The Agricultural Development Association, Reading University. 1/5-6/71), N.I.R.D., 1971.

[6] Feagan, J.T.; Hehir, A.F.; & White, B.R., The Effectiveness in Control of Mastitis of Iodine as a Post Milking Teat Dip, AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 25: 87-90, 1970.

[7] Supplement to Current Concepts of Bovine Mastitis. The National Mastitis Council Inc.,Washington, D.C. 22003, 1972, page 7.

BIBLIOGRAFÍA:

[1] Smith, A.; Westgarth, D.R.; Jones, M.R.; Neave, F.K.; Dodd, F.H.; & Brander, G.C., Methods of Reducing the Incidence of Udder Infection in Dry Cows, VETERINARY RECORD 81:504-510, 1967.

[2] Dodd, F.H. & Neave, F.K., Mastitis Control, N.I.R.D. BIENNIAL REVIEWS 1970, pp. 21-60.

[3] Roberts, S.J.; Meek, A.M.; Natzke, R.; & Guthrie, R., A Mastitis Control Program Combining Teat Dipping & Dry Cow Therapy, XIX WORLD VETERINARY CONGRESS (Mexico City, 8/15-21/71), PROCEEDINGS 3:935-939, 1971.

[4] Newbould, F.H.S.; Carey, P.G.; & Barnum, D.A., The Numbers of Intramammary Infections & Teat Duct Colonizations in a Herd of Twins During a Hygiene Experiment, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE MEDICINE 34:203-208, 1970.

[5] Neave, F.K. & Jackson, E.R., The Prevention of Intramammary Infection, pp. 15-24 in The Control of Bovine Mastitis (Proceedings, Joint Meeting, British Cattle Veterinary Association & The Agricultural Development Association, Reading University. 1/5-6/71), N.I.R.D., 1971.

[6] Feagan, J.T.; Hehir, A.F.; & White, B.R., The Effectiveness in Control of Mastitis of Iodine as a Post Milking Teat Dip, AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 25: 87-90, 1970.

[7] Supplement to Current Concepts of Bovine Mastitis. The National Mastitis Council Inc.,Washington, D.C. 22003, 1972, page 7.

US VET Inc.

Hamilton, NY 13346

Quartermaster is a trademark of West Agro, Inc.

Quartermaster es una marca de West Agro, Inc.

Rev. 06/2020

PACKAGE/LABEL PRINCIPAL DISPLAY PANEL

US VET Quartermaster carton label image
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NDC 86108-901-03

Quartermaster Suspension

Penicillin G Procaine and Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate Intramammary Infusion

US VET Inc.

PACKAGE/LABEL PRINCIPAL DISPLAY PANEL

US VET Quartermaster pail label image
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NDC 86108-901-05

Quartermaster Suspension

Penicillin G Procaine and Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate Intramammary Infusion

US VET Inc.

QUARTERMASTER
penicillin g procaine and dihydrostreptomycin sulfate intramammary infusion suspension
Product Information
Product Type PRESCRIPTION ANIMAL DRUG Item Code (Source) NDC:86108-901
Route of Administration INTRAMAMMARY DEA Schedule
Active Ingredient/Active Moiety
Ingredient Name Basis of Strength Strength
PENICILLIN G PROCAINE (PENICILLIN G) PENICILLIN G 1000000 [iU] in 10 mL
DIHYDROSTREPTOMYCIN SULFATE (DIHYDROSTREPTOMYCIN) DIHYDROSTREPTOMYCIN 1 g in 10 mL
Inactive Ingredients
Ingredient Name Strength
PEANUT OIL, HYDROGENATED
ALUMINUM MONOSTEARATE
PEANUT OIL
Packaging
# Item Code Package Description Multilevel Packaging
1 NDC:86108-901-03 12 SYRINGE in 1 CARTON contains a SYRINGE
1 10 mL in 1 SYRINGE This package is contained within the CARTON (86108-901-03)
2 NDC:86108-901-05 144 SYRINGE in 1 PAIL contains a SYRINGE
2 10 mL in 1 SYRINGE This package is contained within the PAIL (86108-901-05)
Marketing Information
Marketing Category Application Number or Monograph Citation Marketing Start Date Marketing End Date
NADA NADA055028 06/28/2021
Labeler — US Vet Inc (117160633)
Registrant — HQ Specialty Pharma Corporation (962364332)

Revised: 06/2021 US Vet Inc

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