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Top F'Horse
Présentation: paste in tube
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: abamectine + praziquantel
Concentration:
Description: broad spectrum wormer for the use of horses.
Animaux :   Equins    


Alben 2500
Présentation: 500 individualy wrapped boluses
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: albendazole
Concentration: 2500mg
Description: Uses: cattle: for the control of mature and developing immature forms of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, tapeworms and adult liver fluke. The product is also active against fluke and roundworm eggs. Maxazole is active against the following species:

Roundworms: Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus, Oesophagostomum, Bunostomum, Cooperia and Strongyloides spp. It is usually effective against inhibited larvae of Cooperia and Ostertagia.

Lungworms: Distyocaulus viviparus.

Tapeworms: Monezia spp.

Adult liver fluke: Fasciola hepatica.

Administration: by oral route,

Cattle: 750 mg to 1000 mg / 100 kg bodyweight. ¾ (2500 mg) bolus to 1 (2500 mg) bolus / 250 kg

Treatment is recommended for dairy cows during drying up period, colostrums period or calf feeding.

Contra-indications, warnings: for animal treatment only. Not to be used in animals known to be hypersensitive to the active ingredient. Intensive use or misuse of anthelmintics can give rise to resistance. To reduce this risk, dosing programs should be discussed with a veterinary surgeon. The use of albendazole in breeding bulls or pregnant cattle is not expected to interfere with their reproductive performance. It can also be safely used during lactation. Not to be used in dairy cows if milk is for human consumption.

Withdrawal time: meat and offal: 10 days

Animaux :   Bovins     Camelins    



albendazole 1000
Présentation: pot de 100 bolus
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: albendazole
Concentration: 1000mg
Description: Uses: cattle: for the control of mature and developing immature forms of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, tapeworms and adult liver fluke. The product is also active against fluke and roundworm eggs. Maxazole is active against the following species:
Roundworms: Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus, Oesophagostomum, Bunostomum, Cooperia and Strongyloides spp. It is usually effective against inhibited larvae of Cooperia and Ostertagia.
Lungworms: Distyocaulus viviparus.
Tapeworms: Monezia spp.
Adult liver fluke: Fasciola hepatica.
Administration: by oral route,
Cattle: 750 mg to 1000 mg / 100 kg bodyweight. ¾ (2500 mg) bolus to 1 (2500 mg) bolus / 250 kg.
Treatment is recommended for dairy cows during drying up period, colostrums period or calf feeding.
Contra-indications, warnings: for animal treatment only. Not to be used in animals known to be hypersensitive to the active ingredient. Intensive use or misuse of anthelmintics can give rise to resistance. To reduce this risk, dosing programs should be discussed with a veterinary surgeon. The use of albendazole in breeding bulls or pregnant cattle is not expected to interfere with their reproductive performance. It can also be safely used during lactation. Not to be used in dairy cows if milk is for human consumption.
Withdrawal time: meat and offal: 10 days.
bolus breakable in two, light green

Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    
 Camelins    



maxazole 2500
Présentation: boite de 50 bolus sous blister
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: albendazole
Concentration: 2500mg
Description: Uses: cattle: for the control of mature and developing immature forms of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, tapeworms and adult liver fluke. The product is also active against fluke and roundworm eggs. Maxazole is active against the following species:



Roundworms: Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus, Oesophagostomum, Bunostomum, Cooperia and Strongyloides spp. It is usually effective against inhibited larvae of Cooperia and Ostertagia.



Lungworms: Distyocaulus viviparus.



Tapeworms: Monezia spp.



Adult liver fluke: Fasciola hepatica.



Administration: by oral route,



Cattle: 750 mg to 1000 mg / 100 kg bodyweight. ¾ (2500 mg) bolus to 1 (2500 mg) bolus / 250 kg.



Treatment is recommended for dairy cows during drying up period, colostrums period or calf feeding.



Contra-indications, warnings: for animal treatment only. Not to be used in animals known to be hypersensitive to the active ingredient. Intensive use or misuse of anthelmintics can give rise to resistance. To reduce this risk, dosing programs should be discussed with a veterinary surgeon. The use of albendazole in breeding bulls or pregnant cattle is not expected to interfere with their reproductive performance. It can also be safely used during lactation. Not to be used in dairy cows if milk is for human consumption.



Withdrawal time: meat and offal: 10 days.

Animaux :   Bovins     Camelins    



vetazole 250
Présentation: pot de 100 bolus
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: albendazole
Concentration: 250mg
Description: Uses:


Goat and sheep: for the control of mature and developimg immature forms of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, tapeworms and adult liver fluke. The product is also ovicidal against fluke and roundworm eggs.


Vetazole 250 it is active against benzimidazole-susceptible strains of the following species:


Roundworms: Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus (including N.battus), Chabertia and Oesophagostomum.


It is usually effective against inhibited larvae of Ostertagia.


Lungworms: Dictyocaulus filaria.


Tapeworms: Monezzia spp.


Adult liver fluke: Fasciola hepatica.





Administration:


For oral administration only.





Dosage:


1 bolus for 33 kg body weight


For severe cases: 2 boli for 33kg





Contra-indications, warnings:


For animal treatment only. Not to be used in animals known to be hypersensitive to the active ingredient. Intensive use or misuse of anthelmintics can give rise to resistance. To reduce this risk, dosing programs should be discussed with a veterinary surgeon. The use of albendazole in breeding bulls or pregnant cattle is not expected to interfere with their reproductive performance. It can also be safely used during lactation.





Withdrawal time: meat and offal: 10 days



Animaux :   Caprins     Ovins    



flukantel
Présentation: 100ml
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: injectable
Principe actif: closantel
Concentration: 5g
Description: Closantel 50mg/ml


Uses: for the control of chronic and sub-acute fascioliasis due to Fasciola hepatica, in sheep and lambs. Active against adult and immature flukes. Also active against sub-cutaneous larvae of hypoderma bovis and lineatum. Active against nematodes of the gastro-intestinal tract of sheep and cattle such as Oesophagostomum radiatum, haemonchus placei and bunostomum Phlebotum. It can be used at any time during pregnancy. Dosage and administration: Sub-cutaneous route


Sheep: 1ml/10kg


Cattle: up to 200kg: 10ml/100kg bodyweight


from 200kg to 400kg: 20ml


over 400kg: 20ml + 5ml/each 100kg bodyweight.


Contra-indications, warnings: Should not be administered to lactating sheep or cows producing milk for human consumption.


Withdrawal period: Meat and offal: 28 days

Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    


vermectin 10
Présentation: 10ml
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: injectable
Principe actif: ivermectin
Concentration: 1%
Description: Vermectin is indicated for the effective treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, eye worms, ectoparasites, warbles, mange mites and sucking lice.


Indicated for camel, cattle, sheep and pig.


Administration: subcutaneous route, using aseptic precautions, under the loose skin in front of or behind the shoulder in cattle, in the neck in sheep and behind the ears in pigs.


Dosage: camel, cattle: 0.2 mg/kg (1ml/50kg of bodyweight) in a single injection.


Sheep: 0.2 mg/kg. For the control of skin deseases caused by psoroptes ovis, another injection should be given 7 days after the first injection.


Pigs: 0.3 mg/kg (1.5ml/50kg)in a single injection.


Contra-indications and warnings: do not inject more than 10ml per injection site. This product not to be used intramuscularly or intraveinously. Vermectin can be administered to cattle, sheep and pig at any stage of pregnancy or lactation provided that the milk is not intended for human consumption. Protect from direct sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children, do not eat, drink or smoke while using.


Withdrawal time: meat and offal: cattle and pig: 28 days, sheep: 21 days.

Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    
 Porcins     Camelins    



vermectin 50
Présentation: 50ml
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: injectable
Principe actif: ivermectine
Concentration: 1%
Description: Vermectin is indicated for the effective treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, eye worms, ectoparasites, warbles, mange mites and sucking lice.



Indicated for camel, cattle, sheep and pig.



Administration: subcutaneous route, using aseptic precautions, under the loose skin in front of or behind the shoulder in cattle, in the neck in sheep and behind the ears in pigs.



Dosage: camel, cattle: 0.2 mg/kg (1ml/50kg of bodyweight) in a single injection.



Sheep: 0.2 mg/kg. For the control of skin deseases caused by psoroptes ovis, another injection should be given 7 days after the first injection.



Pigs: 0.3 mg/kg (1.5ml/50kg)in a single injection.



Contra-indications and warnings: do not inject more than 10ml per injection site. This product not to be used intramuscularly or intraveinously. Vermectin can be administered to cattle, sheep and pig at any stage of pregnancy or lactation provided that the milk is not intended for human consumption. Protect from direct sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children, do not eat, drink or smoke while using.



Withdrawal time: meat and offal: cattle and pig: 28 days, sheep: 21 days.

Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    
 Porcins     Camelins    



ivermax
Présentation: 50ml
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: injectable
Principe actif: ivermectin 1% + clorsulon
Concentration: 0.5g + 5g
Description: VETERINARY USE ONLY

Composition for 50 ml:

Ivermectine 0.5g

Clorsulon 5g

Uses:

Ivermax is indicated for the effective treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, eye worms, and ectoparasites. The addition of Clorsulon makes Ivermax efficient against liver fluke as well.

Administration:

Strict subcutaneous route, using aseptic precautions, under the loose skin in front of or behind the shoulder in cattle.

Dosage:

Cattle: 0.2 mg/kg (1 ml/50 kg) in a single injection.

Contra indications and warnings:

Do not inject more than 10 ml per injection site. This product not to be used intramuscularly or intravenously. Do not administer to milking cows or during nursing period or during the last 28 days prior to parturition. Protect from sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. Do not eat, drink or smoke while using.

Withdrawal time:

Meat and offal: 35 days.


Animaux :   Bovins    



levamisole 10%
Présentation: 100ml
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: injectable
Principe actif: levamisole
Concentration: 10%
Description: Parasiticide

Injectable Levamisole 10g for 100 ml

100 ml



VETERINARY USE ONLY



Active ingredients: Levamisole hydrochloride: 10 g

Excipient: q.s. 100 ml



Indications: when used at recommended dose, levamisol 10% is effective against the mature and developing immature stages of levamisole sentitive Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, cooperia, Nematodirus, Bunostomum and Oesophagostomum species in the gastro-intestinal tract, and Dictyocaulus spp in the lungs. Levamisole belongs to imidazothiazoles. It is very safe to use, and its availability in the blood is very quick. It can be used for pregnant or milking females. Levamisole does not induce photosentitivness and studies have proven a non specific immunostimulant effect



Uses: for the treatment and control of parasitic bronchitis, parasitic gastro-enteritis in cattle, sheep and pig. Ascaridiosis.



Dosage and administration: IM, IV and Subcutaneous routes

Cattle (IM and IP routes): 7.5 ml for 100 kg bodyweight

Sheep, goats (IM route): 0.75 ml for 10 kg bodyweight

Pigs (SC route): 0.75 ml for 10 kg bodyweight

Another injection can be given 8 to 15 days after the first one, if necessary.



Contra indications and warnings: no side effects known. Should not be used simultaneously with products containing organophosphorus compounds. To be kept away from heat and light



Withdrawal time: meat and offal: 3 days; milk: 2 milkings



Presentation: 100 ml vial


Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    
 Porcins    



vamisole 1000
Présentation: pot de 100 bolus
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: levamisole
Concentration: 1000mg
Description: Parasiticide


Levamisole 1000 mg





VETERINARY USE ONLY





Active ingredients:


Levamisole 1000 mg hydrochloride





Indications: when used at recommended dose rate, Levamil 1000 is effective against the mature and developing immature stages of levamisole sentitive Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, cooperia, Nematodirus, Bunostomum and Oesophagostomum species in the gastro-intestinal tract, and Dictyocaulus spp in the lungs. Levamisole is very safe to use, and its availability in the blood is very quick, its administration does not require any diet. It can be used for pregnant or milking females. Studies have proven a non specific immunostimulant effect.





Uses: for the treatment and control of parasitic bronchitis, parasitic gastroenteritis in cattle, sheep and pig. Ascaridiosis.





Dosage and administration: oral bolus


Ovins, Bovins, Caprins, Porcins


¼ bolus for 20 to 40 kg


½ bolus for 40 to 80 kg


1 bolus for 80 to 160 kg


2 boli for 160 kg to 32 kg





Contra indications and warnings: no side effects known.


Should not be used simultaneously with organophosphorus compounds





Withdrawal time: meat and offal: 3 days, milk: 4 milkings





Presentation: pots of 100 boli



Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    
 Porcins    



vamisole 300
Présentation: pot de 500 bolus
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: levamisole
Concentration: 300mg
Description: Parasiticide

Levamisole 300 mg



VETERINARY USE ONLY



Active ingredients:

Levamisole 300 mg hydrochloride



Indications: when used at recommended dose rate, vamisol 300 is effective against the mature and developing immature stages of levamisole sentitive Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, cooperia, Nematodirus, Bunostomum and Oesophagostomum species in the gastro-intestinal tract, and Dictyocaulus spp in the lungs. Levamisole is very safe to use, and its availability in the blood is very quick, its administration does not require any diet. It can be used for pregnant or milking females.

Uses: for the treatment and control of parasitic bronchitis, parasitic gastroenteritis in cattle, sheep and pig. Ascaridiosis.



Dosage and administration: oral bolus

Ovins, Bovins, Caprins, Porcins

½ bolus for 12 to 25 kg

1 bolus for 25 to 50 kg

2 boli for 50 to 100 kg



Contra indications and warnings: no side effects known. Should not be used simultaneously with organophosphorus compounds



Withdrawal time: meat and offal: 3 days, milk: 4 milkings



Presentation: pots of 100 boli


Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    
 Porcins    



polychick
Présentation: poudre soluble en sachet de 10g
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: levamisole + niclosamide
Concentration: 300mg + 1200mg + vitA
Description: Anthelminthic and vitamin for poultry





COMPOSITION

Niclosamide (12%) 1200 mg

Levamisole (Chlorhydrate) (3%) 300 mg

Vitamin A (9%) 450 U.I

Excipient q.s. 10 g Sachet



USES

Polychick is a broard spectrum poultry wormer. It is well used for chicken, geese and ducks for the treatment of gastro-intestinal infections in poultry. It is effective against mature and developing immature stages of levamisole – niclosamide susceptible major stomach and tracheal species including : capillaria, ascaris, hétérakis, tenias, amidostomes.



BROAD SPECTRUM ANTHELMINTIC:

v Used for treatment of worm infections in poultry.

v Can be used before the symptoms appear.

v Does not have any negativ effect on lay hens and eggs. Does not need special food recommendation when administered. Healing effect of vitamin A .



ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE

Polychick is a 10g granuled sachet with 24% active ingredients. The excipient is a sweet biscuit like, that makes polychick easy to give to poultry without single bird handling. The sachets can be given on their own or mixed with traditional food. Their is no side effects known to appear at therapeutic dosage.



1 sachet suffisant for 15 kg of poutry

1 sachet of 10 g dosed at 24% is suitable for 10 x 1,5 kg birds.



Treatment should be given at 3 to 6 weeks old, in the mid growing period and 2 weeks before the finishing period. Another treatment should be given 15 days later.

Massive infections : a monthly treatment during the growing period should break the parasite cycle. Another treatment should be given 3 to 5 weeks later.

Routine worming : 1 to 2 administrations in 2 to 3 weeks time, then every 3 months.



WITHDRAWAL TIME

Meat and offal : 7 days

Eggs : 5 days.



STORAGE

3 years, in a dry area, away from heat and light.


Animaux :   Volailles    



polyvers
Présentation: tub of 20 tablets
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: orale
Principe actif: levamisole + niclosamide
Concentration: levamisole + niclosamide
Description: Levamisol 20mg + Niclosamide 400 mg

Veterinary use



Active ingredients: Levamisol (Chlorhydrate)…20 mg

Niclosamide……… ……400 mg

Excipient: q.s...……..…....1 tablet

Indications: DOGS, CATS

Broard range parasiticide against ascaris, ankylostoms and tapewormes.

Administration: oral tablet, in the morning in one single intake.

Dosage: 1 tablet for 5 kg. To be given to 3 months old puppies at least. Deworm dogs every month till 6 months old, then every 6 months. For animals over 30 kg weight, do not give more than 6 tablets.

Vomiting can occur without any consequences for sensitive animals. Do not associate with anticholinesterases products. To be administered with care to weakened animals.

Presentation: pot of 20 tablets




Animaux :   Chiens     Chats    



Troxil
Présentation: 100ml, 250ml, 50ml
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: injectable
Principe actif: nitroxinil
Concentration: 25g
Description: Injectable Anthelmintic Solution



100 ml







Composition:



Nitroxinil 25g



Excipient : q.s. 100ml



Indications: Cattle, sheep and goats.



Liver fluke infestations caused by Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica. Gastro intestinal strongylosis caused by haemonchus, Oesophagostomum and Bunostomum. Oestrus in sheep.



Administration and dosage: subcutaneous route



10mg /kg of body weight, equivalent to 1 ml per 25 kg of body weight. In case of acute fascioliasis, increase the dose to 1.3ml per 25 kg of body weight. The treatment can be renewed 3 weeks after the first treatment if necessary.



Withdrawal period: meat and offal : 30 days; 10 milkings



Storage: keep away from heat and light.




Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    



piperate
Présentation: soluble powder in 25kg, 1kg, 100gr
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: oral
Principe actif: piperazine citrate
Concentration:
Description:
Animaux :   Equins     Bovins     Caprins    
 Ovins     Porcins     Camelins    
 Volailles     Lapins    


Pyrantal plus
Présentation: tub of 20 tablets
Type: antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: oral
Principe actif: Praziquantel: 50 mg, Pyrantel (s.f. d’embonate): 50 mg
Concentration: 50mg + 50mg + 150mg
Description:
Animaux :   Chiens    



stoptic
Présentation: 100ml
Type: external antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: spray ou bain
Principe actif: amitraz
Concentration: 12.5%
Description: Emulsifiable concentrate

Amitraz 12.5%

100 ml

VETERINARY USE

Composition:

Active ingredients: Amitraz …………………………12.5g

Excipient: q.s… ……………………………………..100g

Uses: as a spray for the control in

PIGS of sarcoptic mange and lice

CATTLE of mange, lice and ticks

SHEEPof ticks, keds and lice

Administration: by spray or dip, stoptic is safe on young animals and pregnant females at the recommended doses. It is active against adult and larvae stages of lice and keds especially the resistant ones to organophosphorus and organochlorides compounds.

Dilution rate:

CATTLE: 100 ml for 50 litres of water

SHEEP, GOATS, PIGS: 100 ml for 25 litres of water

The treatment can be repeated 7 to 10 days after the first one. Treat routinely every 2 to 3 months.

Contra-indications: not to be used on equines, dogs or cats

Warnings: in conformity of the protection of users and environment: as described on leaflet attached / box.

Storage: should not be stored over 25 ºC

Withdrawal period:

meat and offal: pigs: 2 days, cattle: 4 days, sheep: 24 days,

milk: cattle: 4 days (8 milkings)

Not to be used on sheep producing milk for human consumption.


Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    
 Porcins     Camelins    



tickoff
Présentation: 1litre
Type: external antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: bain
Principe actif: diazinon
Concentration: 60%
Description: VETERINARY USE ONLY

Active ingredients:

Diazinon 60%w/w

Excipient: q.s.100 ml



Uses:

For the prevention and treatment of blowfly strike, ticks, keds, lice, and scab infestation on sheep.



Dosage and administration:

To prepare the bath: check that the bath is clean and only use clean water. Prepare the bath and mix in the dip concentrate on the day of dipping. Use a container of known volume to calibrate an appropriate volume in the bath. The calibrated volume should be an exact multiple of 150 litres. Fill the dip bath with water to the accurately calibrated level. To prevent overspill do not fill the bath to capacity and make sure you allow for water displacement by the sheep. Surge baffles can help prevent spillage. Follow the instructions for dispensing the dip safely.

Initial fill: to treat sheep scab, blowfly strike, ticks, keds and lice the product must be used at a concentration of 0.04% w/w diazinon. This concentration of diazinon is achieved by adding :

300 ml diazinon in 450 litres bath

600 ml diazinon in 900 litres bath

1500 ml diazinon in 2250 litres bath.

To prepare the bath: measure the required volume of cold soft water into the bath. Dispense the required amount of product into a graduated measure and add it to the bath. Stir the bath thoroughly from end to end before commencing dipping.

To replenish the bath: baths less than 2250 litres: add 200 ml of dip after every 40 sheep dipped and restore the bath with water to its original volume. Baths of more than 2250 litres or more: add 500 ml of dip after every 100 sheep dipped and restore the bath with water to its original volume. When a bath becomes foul, however, always empty it and refill with fresh dip. Dispose of all wash remaining at the end of the day’s dipping.

Dipping: sheep must be totally immersed in a sheep bath and all parts of the sheep except the head and ears must remain immersed not less than one minute. Keep the sheep moving in the bath and plunge the head under at least once. Never hold the head down or the sheep will be liable to swallow or inhale some of the wash.

Control of ticks: Ewes: dip ewes in spring before lambing. If the infestation is severe dip again 6 weeks later (excluding young lambs) Hoggs and other sheep should be dipped as soon as possible after ticks appear.



Contra-indications, warnings:

Not suitable for use on sheep that are being milked for human consumption. For external use only.

Before dipping: diazinon is an organophosphorus compound. Do not use if under medical advice not to work with such compounds. If you have previously felt unwell after using a product containing an organophosphorus compound, consult your doctor before working with this product and show the doctor the product label.

Use only in a dip bath that is well designed and hazard free. Check that all those involved in dipping operations are adequately trained and competent. Keep children well away from all dipping operations. Not to be mixed with any other dip.

Make sure that everyone has the recommended protective clothing and insist that they wear it. Ensure you have spare protective clothing available in case any items become damaged.

Protecting recommendations: the recommended protective clothing is: a face shield (when handling dip concentrate), a bib apron (over boiler suit) or waterproof coat (PVC or nitrile), gloves (PVC or nitrile, non-lined or flock lined, heavy duty gauntlet style 0.5 mm thick and at least 300 mm long), waterproof leggings/trousers (PVC or nitrile to be worn outside the boots), Wellington boots.

During and immediately after dipping, do not use concentrate in an enclosed area and avoid breathing the vapour. Dipping should be carried out in a well-ventilated area, preferably outdoors. Before leaving the work area wash and remove protective clothing and do not smoke, drink, eat or use the toilet during dipping operations. Always wash hands, face and exposed skin immediately after leaving the work area. Protective clothing should be washed each day after dipping operations to prevent built-up of chemicals in the material. Wash measuring and dipping equipment after use. Check and replace any worn or damaged items of protective clothing. Immediately wash off sheep dip, particularly dip concentrate, if it gets on your skin or in your eyes.

Handling sheep in the weeks following dipping: it is good practice not to shear sheep in the 3 months after dipping. Handle sheep as little as possible after dipping as dip residues remain on the sheep for some weeks. If you need to handle sheep, wear coveralls and Wellington boots. If the sheep are wet, also wear waterproof trousers and coat. Always wash hands with soap and water after handling sheep or fleece, and before eating, drinking or smoking.

Medical advice to doctors: poisoning from organophosphorus compounds in sheep dips results from blockage of acetylcholinesterase, with a resultant over-activity of acetylcholine. Symptoms may develop for up to 24 hours after exposure and show over-activity of the parasympathic nerve system, such as excessive salivation, diarrhoea, sweating, cramp like abdominal pain, headache, mental confusion and constricted pupils. Severe poisoning can include general muscle twitching, loss of coordination, extreme difficulty with breathing and convulsions.



Withdrawal time:

Sheep may be slaughtered for human consumption only after 35 days from the last treatment. Not suitable for sheep that are being milked for human consumption.



Pharmaceutical precautions:

Store below 25 degrees C. in original container, tightly closed, in a safe place. Keep out of reach of children. Not to be mixed with any other dip. Keep away from food, drink and animal foodstuffs.

Legal Category: PML



Further information:

Sheep should never be dipped on a full stomach, when the wool is wet, or when they are heated, tired, thirsty, or suffering from wounds or open sores. Choose a cool dry day and dip early in the morning. Rams and fat sheep should be assisted through the bath and lambs dipped separately from the ewes. Care should be taken to ensure that the sheep do not swallow or inhale any wash. As this is an organophosphorus sheep dip, an interval of at least 14 days should elapse between dipping and dosing with any drench, etc, containing levamisole or an organophosphorus compound.

Special precautions for the disposal of unused product: it is an offence to permit any poisonous, noxious or polluting matter to enter any river, stream or watercourse. Any unwanted product should be disposed of by a licensed waste regulation authority.




Animaux :   Bovins     Caprins     Ovins    


Deltox 5%
Présentation: 1litre, 250ml, 50ml
Type: external antiparasitic
Voie d'administration: solution externe, spray ou bain
Principe actif: deltamethrine
Concentration: 5%
Description: Deltox 5%
Emulsifiable concentrate
Topical ectoparasiticide
250 ml
VETERINARY USE
Composition:
Active ingredients: deltamethrin …………………………5g
Excipient: q.s… ……………………………………..100ml
Uses: a topical application for the control of lice and flies on cattle and headfly induced lesions, ticks, lice, keds and established blowfly strike on sheep. Lice and ticks on lambs. Deltamethrin is a pyrethrinoïde, powerful insecticide, known for its low toxicity and low pollutent level. Deltamethrin is lipophile. This allows an efficient migration in the superficial layer of the epiderm and protects from dilution by rain. Deltox provides a protection of 8 to 10 weeks.
Administration: External use, by dip or spray.
Indicated for: cattle, sheep, goats and pigs
Dilution rate:
Against lice and keds: 25 ml of solution for 100 litres of water
Against ticks and flies: 50 ml of solution for 100 litres of water
Against mange: 100 ml of solution for 100 litres of water, a second treatment should be given 10 days later.
If a dip is given, the solution should be topped up as soon as the level of the dip loses10%, with a preparation 1.5 times the initial dose.
Warnings: in conformity of the protection of users and environment. Do not drink, eat or smoke during the use of product. In case of contact with the eyes, rinse immediately and seek medical advice. Do not pour in rivers and ditches (dangerous for fish). Used containers should be disposed of in accordance with the laws of the country of use.
Storage: not to be stored in extremes of temperatures (not above 25ºC).
Withdrawal period:
Meat and offal: 3 days,
Milk: no withdrawal time.
Not to be used on sheep producing milk for human consumption.



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