Ivermectin 10 mg
Solvent up to 1 ml
IVERMECTIN is part of the group of macrocyclic lactone class systemic antiparasitic drugs. Ivermectin in the preparation has antiparasitic action on mature and immature forms of nematodes, haematopoietic and malophagous lice, red ticks and sarcoptoids. The mechanism of action of ivermectin consists in influencing the amount of chlorine ions that penetrate the nerve and muscle cells of the parasite. The target being the glutamate-sensitive chlorine channels and the GABA receptors. Changes in chloride ions lead to disordered nerve impulse transmission, leading to paralysis and death of the parasite. Following oral administration, ivermectin reabsorbs well in the digestive tract, penetrates into the bloodstream, reaching the maximum concentration over 1 hour and spreads uniformly across all tissues and organs. It is eliminated from the body with feces.
Target species. Poultry.
The product is indicated for prophylactic and treatment purposes in the case of nematodes and entomos. To poultry in case of ascaridiosis, heterachidosis, enthaloses capillosis caused by Dermatoryktes mutas, Aphaniptera spp., Menacanthus stramineus, Ceratophyllus gallinee, Dermysysus gallinae, Knemidocoptes mutans, Menopon gallinae. Method of administration and dosage.
To poultry is administered in group, with drinking water at a dose of 0.4 ml / 1 L water. The required amount of preparation is diluted with ¼ of the diurnal volume consumed water. In the case of nematodes, it is administered in a single dose. For the treatment of entomos will be administered 3 times: the first 2 times – 2 consecutive days, the third time in 14 days.
For guaranteed consumption of the preparation, drinking water is excluded 2 hours before administration.
Presentation. Vial of 5 ml.