Ivermectin 3,5 mg
Tocopherol acetate 20 mg
Excipient up to 1 g
Ivermectin is a semisynthetic derivative of macrocyclic lactone biosynthesis (Streptomyces avermicilis) that activates the elimination of gamma-aminobutyric acid, which by the ventral interneurons of the nematode nervous trunk or the neuro-muscular apparatus blocks the transmission of the nerve impulse and causes the paralysis and death of the parasites.
Target species. Swine, rabbits, dogs, cats, birds.
The preparation is indicated in curative and preventive deworming of animals and poultry in the case of monoinvasions and associated invasions.
Method of administration and dosage.
The preparation is administered orally in admixture with food, in the group.
Swine: (after weaning and fattening) – 2.0 g/10 kg body weight. The required dose is mixed in the amount of compound feed calculated for 7 days and administered according to the feeding norms for the above calculated period.
Birds and rabbits: 1.0 g/10 kg body weight. The calculated dose for the animal group is mixed with the combined feed norm calculated for 3 days, which will then be used for the given period. In the case of ectoparasitosis, after 7 days, the administration is repeated for 3 days.
Dogs and cats: – administered individually at a dose of 2.0 g / 10 kg body weight and the calculated dose is divided into 3 parts and administered in a mixture with minced meat daily for 3 days.
Presentation. Bags of 10 g, 1 kg.