Active substance: Fenbendazole 10 g/100 ml;
Excipients (CMC, polisorbate 80, benzoic acid, distilled water) up to 100 ml
Fenbendazole is a benzimidazole endoparaziticide. After oral administration, it is rapidly absorbed and distributed into all organs and tissues causing the lysis of the internal parasites located in the digestive and respiratory tract. The product has low toxicity and has no embryotoxic effect when administered in pregnant animals.
Cattle, sheep, goats.
For control of parasites in cattle, sheep and goats as follows:
- Gastrointestinal strongylatosis induced by: Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trychostrongylus, Bunostomum, Nematodirus, Cooperia, Oesophagostomum;
- Pulmoinary strongylatosis: Dictyocaulus viviparus;
- Cestodosis caused by Moniesia
The product can be used safety in pregnant and lactating animals in dose of 5 ml romfenbendazol 10 %/suspension/100 kg body weight. Administration of a 10 mg/kg body weight dose in lactating cows is forbidden.
The product has no adverse reactions when the recommended doses are observed.
Seldom, in case of overdose, allergic reactions may occur due to antigens released as a result of parasites destruction.
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION
The treatment is administered orally using a measuring vial, which contains the required amount of very well homogenized Romfenbendazol 10% suspension. The usual dose is of 5 mg a.s./kg body weight (2.5 ml de romfenbendazol 10 %/50 kg body weight, regardless of the target species
- In cattle: 5 ml/100 kg body weight (5 mg a.s./body weight); In case of parasitosis induced by Ostertagia (type II Ostertagiasis) in cattle whose meat is intended for human consumption, the dose of 10 ml Romfenbendazol 10% suspension/100 kg body weight (10 mg a.s./kg body weight) should be administered.
- In sheep and goat: 2.5 ml/50 kg body weight (5 mg a.s./kg body weight).
The treatment should be repeated after 4 – 6 weeks only if the animal is exposed to new parasitosis.
In sheep and goat the product is administered through the corner of the mouth using a syringe without needle.
The prophylaxis should consist of 4 annual administrations, namely before grazing, during grazing (in July and September) and after stalling.
Assess correctly the animal’s body weight in order to avoid under- and overdoses.
Meat: 28 days; milk: 7 days;
PE bottles of 100, 250, 500 and 1000 ml.