it would be helpful to know if baytril will work against the bacteria involved.
Take a look at what you said though (below), I think this part of your post definitely would warrant concern from forum members that do not know you (new poster) or your background. You might be surprised how many post like this occur from people who have JUST joined the forum, to ask a question to save them the vet visit so they can do it themselves, uneducated, and risk the life. Don't take offense to it and don't return with sarcasm.I'm positive I never mentioned dosing a reptile with an unknown ammount of Baytril.
what is the reccomended doseage in Ml/Mg that you administor daily?
Respiratory infections are common; the incidence can be influenced by respiratory or systemic parasitism, unfavorable environmental temperatures, unsanitary conditions, concurrent disease, malnutrition, and hypovitaminosis A. Open-mouth breathing, nasal discharge, and dyspnea are frequent signs. Aeromonas and Pseudomonas spp are frequently isolated, but many respiratory infections are mixed. Septicemia may develop in severe or prolonged cases. Treatment consists of improving husbandry and initiating systemic antibiotics. Nebulization therapy with antibiotics diluted in saline, in combination with acetylcysteine, has been used together with parenteral antibiotics to treat bacterial pneumonia. Reptiles with respiratory infections should be maintained at the mid to upper end of their preferred optimal temperatures. Increased temperatures are important not only to stimulate the immune system but also to help mobilize respiratory secretions.
An Exerpt from: The Merck Veterinary Manual