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NEW ANIMAL DRUG APPROVALS - September/October 2002

FDA Veterinarian Newsletter 2002 Volume XVI, No V

Company
Generic and (Brand) Names
Indications
Routes/Remarks

DEC International, Inc.
(NADA 141-200)
Intravaginal Progesterone Insert (EAZI-BreedTM CIDR® Cattle Insert)
Cattle. For manipulation of estrus.
INTRAVAGINAL-The NADA provides for synchronization of estrus in suckled beef cows and replacement beef and dairy heifers, for advancement of first post-partum estrus in suckled beef cows, and for advancement of first pubertal estrus in replacement beef heifers.
Federal Register 06/20/02

Schering-Plough Animal Health
(NADA 141-194)
Diclazuril (ClinacoxTM), Bacitracin Methylene Disalicylate (BMD®)
Turkeys. For the prevention of coccidiosis, increased rate of weight gain, and improved feed efficiency.
MEDICATED FEED-The NADA provides for use of approved single-ingredient diclazuril and bacitracin methylene disalicylate type A medicated articles to make two-way combination drug Type C medicated feeds for growing turkeys.
Federal Register 07/18/02

Schering-Plough Animal Health
(NADA 141-195)
Diclazuril (ClinacoxTM), Bambermycins (Flavomycin®)
Turkeys. For the prevention of coccidiosis, increased rate of weight gain and improved feed efficiency.
MEDICATED FEED-The NADA provides for use of approved single-ingredient diclazuril and bambermycins Type A medicated articles to make two-way combination drug Type C medicated feeds for growing turkeys. The Type C feeds containing 0.91g/ton diclazuril and 1 to 2 g/ton bambermycins are used for the prevention of coccidiosis caused by E. adenoides, E. gallopavonis, and E. meleagrimitis, and for improved feed efficiency. The Type C feeds containing 0.91g/ton diclazuril and 2 g/ton bambermycins are used for the prevention of coccidiosis caused by E. adenoeides, E. gallopavonis, and E. meleagrimitis, and for increased rate of weight gain and improved feed efficiency.
Federal Register 07/25/02