Flordex T

Flordex-T Final

A superior combination of Dexamethasone (corticosteroid) and Florphenicol and Tylosin (antibiotics) designed to provide a wide spectrum of antibacterial activity in the systematic treatment of bacterial infections when both anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory therapy are required.

Product Description


A potent corticosteroid and analogue of prednisolone, having similar but more potent anti-inflammatory therapeutic action and diversified hormonal and metabolic effects.


A safe Penhicol-group antibiotic which possesses no undesireable effects present in other chloramphenicol preparations.
Shows stronger anit-bacterial activity, higher than chloramphenicol, 46 hours of durable potency, and high efficacy against Swine Pleuropneumonia, Mycoplasma Hypopneumonia, and Bovine Respiratory Disease


An anti-microbial agent belonging to the macrolide group having string bacteriostatic activity.
Used to treat Mycoplasma infection in pigs and poultry, hemorrhagic digestive disease and liver abcesses.
Macrolides: also used for resporatory infection in cattle; maximum blood concentration achieved 1 hour after administration.



Each mL contains:
Florphenicol 100 mg
Dexamethasone 1 mg
Tylosin (as tartrate) 50 mg
Carrier (qs ad) 1 mL



For the treatment of intractable bacterial infections requiring both anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory therapy of livestock animals. Effective in the control of diseases such as APP Pneumonia, Mycoplasmosis, MMA Syndrome, Vibrosis, Leptospirosus, Arthritis, Salmonella, and soft Tissue Infections.


Dosage and Administration

To be administered by deep intramuscular IM injection.
Young animals: 1 mL per 10kg body weight
Adult animals: 1 ml per 10-15kg body weight
Once a day for 3-4 consecutive days



Store at temperatures not exceeding 30°C.



*Administration to breeding animals is not recommended, as the product’s effect on reproductive performance has not yet been determined.
*Not to be used on animals producing milk or eggs for human consumption.
*May cause transient diarrhea and edema in hypersensitive animals.