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EXIPTOL 300mg Albendazole ORAL Dewormer 50 tablets / Vermifugo orale per bovini, ovini, caprini, suini
Broad spectrum veterinary anthelminticingredients:Each cup contains 300 mg of albendazole (methyl-5-thio-2-benzimidazole carbamate)Target species:Cattle, sheep, goatsdirections:Exiptol has a broad spectrum of activity against anthelmintic nematodes (gastrointestinal or pulmonary) and tapeworms and flukes.Effect inspections on the next pest:Haemonchus contortus, Trichostrongylus axei, Trichostrongylus columbriformis, Nematodirus spp, Dictyocaulus spp mullerius capillaris, Oesophagostomum spp, Cooperia spp, Capillaria spp, Gaigeria, Avitelina spp forms of adults Fasciola hepatica, papantesolae Oesophagostomum spp, Cooperia spp. , Dictyocaulus filaria, Protostongylus spp Marshallagia, Fascioloides magna, Thysanosoma actinoides, Moniezia expansa, Dicrocelium dendriticum.And administer the dose:typical dose is 1 tablet / 40 kg bw dose corresponding to the following scheme:livestock:7.5 mg / kg body weight (1 tablet Exiptol 300/40 kg body weight) for single-dose intestinal nematode, lung worms and tapeworms (Moniezia)10 mg / kg body weight (1 tablet Exiptol 300/30 kg body weight) for the single-dose forms of adult flukes (Fasciola hepatica, Fascioloides magna).15 mg / kg body weight (1 tablet Exiptol 300/20 kg body weight) for single-dose animals the strong parasitic fluke.In cattle it is recommended that the treatment against fasciolosis to fall after returning from the pasture refuge.Sheep and goats:3.8 mg / kg (½ tb 300 mg / 40 kg body weight) for single-dose intestinal nematode, lung worms (filaria Dictiocaulus) and cestodes (Moniezia, Avitellina).7.5 mg / kg (1 TB 300 mg / 40 kg body weight) for single-dose intestinal nematode, lung worms (rufescens protostongylus) and adult flukes (Fasciola hepatica, Fascioloides magna).10 mg / kg (1 TB 300 mg / 30 kg body weight) for repeated treatment at 7 days and Mullerius lanceolatum Dicrocelium capillary infestations.sheep treatment is recommended in spring and autumn two treatments at intervals of 5-6 weeks.A veterinarian should be consulted for the diagnosis, surveillance, control and treatment of parasitic infestationsSide effects:Benzimidazole derivatives are well tolerated in both domestic and wild animals. All drugs in this group are generally devoid of side effects at therapeutic doses, even when administered to weakened animals as active substances behave differently in the mammalian body than tissue parasites. Sheep do not show embryotoxic and teratogenic unless they exceed 10 mg / kg.It is possible for parasites to develop resistance to Albendazole when used alone and over a long period of time.Interactions with other drugs:Albendazole is compatible with other anthelmintic drugs administered simultaneously (eg Levamisole), the result of the combination is usually a potentiating effect (synergistic effect).precautions:Do not exceed the recommended dose.For diagnosis, contol, supervision and treatment of parasites consult your veterinarian.to protect public health and to prevent milk loss due to pesticide treatment waiting times it is recommended to run the dry period.Hand washing is mandatory for people who come into contact with the product.A prescription issued by a veterinarian is issued.waiting timeCattle: edible tissues: 14 days; Milk: 5 daysSheep: edible fabrics: 10 days; Milk: 5 dayspresentation:5 blisters 10 bowls each.storage:At room temperature, away from lightKeep out of reach of children.producer:Erfar Pharmaceutical Laboratories SA, Altana & M. Asias 2 Pallini, Attiki, Greece.