FENBENDAZOLE Ultra 20% PACKET 100g(10*10)
Composition: 100 g of the preparation contains active ingredients: piperazine adipate 25 gfenbendazole 3 g of excipient 72 g.
Pharmacological properties: The mechanism of action of fenbendazole is associated with impaired energy metabolism, destruction of microtubules of digestive cells and the appearance of a neurotoxic effect in helminths. Fenbendazole has a detrimental effect on the larvae of different stages, and also violates the integrity of the shells of helminth eggs. The latter, when released into the environment, are not able to develop further.Indications: – in pigs: gastrointestinal canal nematodes (mature and 4th stage larvae) Ascaris suum; Oesophagostomum dentatum, Strongyloides ransom / (mature); Trichuris suis; pulmonary helminths – Metastrongylus spp. – in horses: gastrointestinal nematodes Parascaris equorum, Oxyuris equi, Strongylidae gen .. – in carnivores (dogs, foxes, polar foxes): gastrointestinal nematodes Ancylostoma aninum, Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina Uncinaria stenocephala.-in rabbits: Passalurus ambiguous.-in birds (chickens, turkeys, pigeons, parrots, quails, pheasants): Ascaridia galli, Саріllaria anseris, Heterakis gallinarum, H. isoloche, Tetrameres fissispina. – in waterfowl ducks): Amidostomum anseris, Syngamus trachea, Tetrameres fissispina.Doses and method of administration:Pigs – ascariasis, trichocephallosis, esophagostomosis, metastrongillosis, strongyloidosis, chiostrongylosis – 1.5 g per 10 kg of body weight for two days in a row;Piglets from 1-4 months – with a prophylactic purpose of 0.4-0.5 g per 10 kg of body weight once a week;Horses – parascariasis, oxyurosis, strongilatosis, strongyloidosis 1.5-2.0 g per 10 kg of body weight one time;Foals from 1-6 months – mixed infestation 1.0 g per 10 kg of body weight two days in a row;Carnivorous and fur-bearing animals – hookworm, strongyloidosis, toxocariasis, toxascarosis, uncinariosis 8.0-10.0 g per 10 kg of body weight for three days in a row;Rabbits – psalurosis, protostrongylosis, trichostrongylosis, trichocephalosis 5.0 g per 10 kg of body weight one time;Chickens – ascariasis, heterocytosis, capilariasis 1.5 g per 10 kg of body weight two days in a row; – syngamosis 2.0 g per 10 kg of body weight two days in a row;Waterfowl – amidostomosis, tetramerosis, ganguleteracidosis 2.0-2.5 g per 10 kg of body weight one time; –menolepidorosis, notocotilidoses 7.5-8.0 g per 10 kg of body weight two days in a row;Pigeons – ascariasis, capilariasis 1.0 g per head for three consecutive days