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Title:  Excretion of flumequine in free-swimming Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), determined by cannulation of the dorsal aorta, gall bladder, and urethra.
Authors:  Sohlberg S, Martinsen B, Horsberg TE, Soli NE (1999)
Drug:  Flumequine
Fish species:  Salmon, Atlantic
Date:  1999
t1/2-hr:  96
est:  est
Sample:  urine
Ave Weight (gm):  993
Ave Water temp (°C):  0
Water:  Saltwater
Dosage:  10 mg/kg sd
Route:  IV
Comments:  At a dosage of 10 mg/kg, 0.19%-6.35% of the flumequine administered was recovered in the urine 72 hours after dosing. After 96 hours, 0.22% was recovered in the urine.
Citation:  J. Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 22:72-75
Link:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=10211722&dopt=Abstract  Opens a new window
Genus Species:  Salmo salar
Drug Class:  Antibiotic-Quinolone
t1/2-detail:  < 96 h est
Wt gm-detail:  912-1068g
Water temp (°C)-detail:  Not Specified
Dosage-detail:  10 mg/kg sd
Method:  HPLC
Authors-red:  Sohlberg S, Martinsen B, Horsberg TE, Soli NE (1999)