Bottles of 100 tablets.
Broad spectrum antihelminthic
120 mg tablet contains:
Active substance: Flubendazole 10 mg;
Excipients (lactose, starch, talcum powder, magnesium stearate) up to 120 mg
Flubendazole belongs to the benzimidazole group and has a broad spectrum antihelminthic action. The absorption occurs relatively fast after oral administration and distributes to all organs and tissues where induces the lysis of the endoparasites, irrespective of their location (digestive or respiratory tract, liver and other tissues).
It is active against flukes, roundworms and tapeworms during their entire developmental stages (eggs, larvae, adults). The product has a relatively low toxicity and no teratogenic or embryotoxic effect.
Fowl (hen, turkey, pheasant, guinea fowl, quail, peacock, goose, duck), dogs and cats.
Control of helminths in fowl, acting on roundworms: Ascaridia galli, A. dissimilis, A. columbae, Heterakis gallinae, Capillaria contorta, Capillaria caudinflata, Syngamus trachea), flukes (Echinostoma revolutum, Prosthogonimus ovatus etc.) and tapeworms (Davainea proglotina, Railletina tetragona, Railletina echinobothrida, Choanotaenia infundibulum, Amoebotaenia sphenoides, Drepanidotaenia lanceolata etc).
In dogs and cats: gastrointestinal and pulmonary helminthiasis, acting on tapeworms (Echinococcus spp, Taenia spp, Dipylidium caninum, Mesocestoides spp) and roundworms (Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina, Uncinaria stenocephala, Ancylostoma caninum, Trichuris vulpis).
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION
The product is administered as follows:
• in fowl: the product is administered individually in dose of 1 tablet/kg of body weight per day, for 2 consecutive days.
• in dogs and cats: 1 tablet/kg of body weight per day, for 2 consecutive days.
In fowl – after immobilization, the tablets are administered deeply into the oral cavity.
In dogs and cats – the tablets are placed in oral cavity and the animal’s mouth is kept shut until the medicine is swallowed. The tablets may be incorporated into the food.
Assess correctly the animal’s body weight in order to avoid the overdoses or underdoses.
Comply with the recommended doses and schedules of treatment.
Meat: 14 days. Eggs: 7 days;