Composition: Contains per bolus: Fenbendazole 222 mg
Pharmaceutical group: Antihelmint
Pharmacological effect: Fenbendazole is a synthetic anthelmintic, with activity against a broad range of worms (Nematodes, Cestodes, Trematodes), at a higher dosage level also against adult stages of liver fluke. Fenbendazole works by keeping the worm from absorbing sugar (glucose), so that the worm loses energy and dies. Fenbendazole is not toxic for animals.
Indications: Fenbendazole is intended for the treatment of different worm infections in cattle, horse, sheep, goat, swine, poultry and fur animals: - Intestinal worm infections: Haemonchosis, Bunostomosis, Oesophagostomiasis, Nematodirus, Ostertagiasis, Cooperiosis, Strongyloidiasis, Trichostrongylosis, Hyostrongylus, Para-Askaridosis, Trichocephalus, Toxocariasis, Ascaridosis, Uncinariasis and Heteracidosis - Lung worm infections: Dictiocaulosis, Protostrongylosis, Mulleriosis, Strongylosis, Cystocaulosis and Metastrongilosis - Cestodoses: Monieziosis, Avilaminozis and Thysanieziosis - Trematodes: Fasciolosis, Dicroceliosis and Paramphistomosis
Dosage: For oral administration: Cattle; 3/4 gram per 100 kg body weight Sheep & goat; 2/3 gram per 100 kg body weight (in case of Monieziosis and Fasciolosis 4/5 gram per 100 kg body weight) Horse (young); 4/5 gram per 100 kg body weight Horse (adult); 3/4 gram per 100 kg body weight Swine; 2/3 gram per 100 kg body weight Poultry; 0,45 gram per 10 kg body weight (twice daily) Fur animals; in case of Toxocariasis and Toxascaris 1,0 gram per 15 kg body weight (once daily for 2 days)
Contraindications: It is not advised to use the preparation in case of acute Fasciolosis and/or in the first stage of pregnancy.
Side effects: No undesirable effects are to be expected.
Withdrawal times: For meat: 7-14 days For milk and egg: 4 days
Packing: Sachet of 500 gram Storage condition: Store in cool, dry and dark place below 25°C