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Absorption of neomycin from aerosol in the lungs of birds


, : Absorption of neomycin from aerosol in the lungs of birds. Veterinariya, Moscow (12): 97-98

Aerosol of neomycin solution at a concentration of 500000 units per m3 was sprayed into a box of 1m3 capacity for two 30-minute periods, separated and followed by 15 min intervals (total exposure time 90 min). Fowls one day, three months or six months old were placed in the box, and killed for determination of neomycin in blood and lungs 1, 2 or 24 hours afterwards. Lung concentrations at one hour averaged 5 units/g in day-old chicks, compared with 4 units/g in older birds.

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