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Tylosin powder in vial

The vial sides are clear, even after much tilting

Originally posted Wednesday, 28 October 2009; 20:20:39

Tylosin doesn't much coat the vial

[grc20591cdop-ty32.jpg] Tylosin vial walls are quite clear

Vial sides are clear, even after tilting

With Tylosin being sand-like, or salt-like, it was easier to transfer into capsules than was the Biosponge.

I had hopes this would continue, but after a time, perhaps some dampness slowed the flow. After cutting off the curly tip of the syringe, I found the Tylosin flowed more easily and quickly into the capsule.

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Thanks to pharmacist Ron Kumar, for describing to me the "Powder-Push" method I'm using for the Biosponge "FlyAway" powder.

Thanks to Tech Nancy at Saseenos Veterinary Services, for suggesting the Monoject 412 syringe to get the powder into the gel-caps. This didn't work for Biosponge, but it worked really well for the Tylosin.

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