Each ml of suspension contains 100 mg of Albendazole, solvent q.s.to 1 ml.
It is a broad spectrum anthelmintic which is extremely active against most nematode and some cestodes worms including tape worms & adult liver fluke.
Molecular Formula: C12H15N3O2S
Molecular Weight: 265.3
CAS No.: 54965-21-8
ALBENDApit 10% with it’s low solubility, limited amount of the given dose of ALBENDApit 10% is absorbed from the stomach and intestine. However, once the drug is absorbed peak plasma level can occur in 2-4 hours. The plasma level is seldom greater than 1% of the dose administered because of it’s relatively low solubility.
Albendazole is poorly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract due to its low aqueous solubility. Albendazole concentrations are negligible or undetectable in plasma as it is rapidly converted to the sulfoxide metabolite prior to reaching the systemic circulation. The systemic anthelmintic activity has been attributed to the primary metabolite, albendazole sulfoxide. Maximal plasma concentrations of albendazole sulfxiode are typically achived 2 to 5 hours after dosing. Albendazole sulfoxide is 70% bound to plasma protines and is widely distributed throughout the body. Albendazole is rapidly converted in the liver to the primary metabolite, albendazole sulfoxide , which is further metabolized to albendazole sulfoxide is through urine to a lesser extent and maximum through bile.
A broad spectrum anthelmintic for the treatment and control of all stages of gastro intestinal nematodes, roundworms, lungworms.
Infestation with helminths susceptible to albendazole in sheep, goats and cattle.
ALBENDApit 10% is a broad spectrum anthelmintic effective in the removal and control of the following internal parasites: Adult Liver Flukes, Heads and Segments of Tapeworms (Moniezia); Adult and 4th Stage Larvae of intestinal Worm (Cooperia spp.), Hook Worm (Bunostomum spp.), Bankrupt Worm (Trichostrongylus spp.), Nodular Worm (Oesophagostomum) Adult and 4th Stage inhibited Larvae of Ostertagia, Barberpole Worm (Trichostongylus); Adult and 4th Stage Larvae of Lung Worms (Dictyocaulus).
Gastro intestinal worms, lung worms, tape worms.
Sheep & Goats: 1.5 ml per 30 kg body weight.
Cattle:7.5 ml per 100 kg body weight.
1-Do not overdose.
2-Do not treat animals during first month of pregnancy.
Albendazole is tolerated without significant adverse effects when administered at recommended dose.
Salivation, diarrhea, and rarely foaming of the muzzle may be observed in sheep, but will disappear within few hours.
Meat: 15 days before slaughter.
Milk: 5 days after the last treatment.
In a 120ml, 250ml, 500ml or 1Liter plastic bottle.
Store in a cool, dry and dark place below 30℃.
UK Uniferon partner Sam Black had arranged for his key account veterinarian Richard Pearson to join him on a trip to Denmark in order to learn more about Danish pig production.
The visit was a great success, as you can see in this short documentary about the visit.
Not only was the visit a great chance of exchanging best practices, it did also provide an important insight into the value of injectable iron supplementation and why this is superior to other forms of iron supplements.
Enjoy the movie!
Poor Top have a long way back after a toothinfection. The first vet left 4 (!) root tip leaving a bad infection brewing. When I saw something was still not right I was planning to go back to the vet. That night I got phone calls and messages over FB warning me to go back because other things have started to go wrong at this previous very good vet. I had already had a gut feeling but this settled it. The second vet saw it was quite agressive job but thought it would settle with some anti-inflammatory &Amoxicillin. At first it looked better then it took a turn for the worse. Top got x-rayed and not less than 4 roots (of 5 extracted teeth) was left behind locking in a nasty abscess that have pressured up and formed a duct and a lump under his eye. Both very painful and putting pressure on and damaging a nerve. That got flushed, stiched up and my boy is now on Baytril (antibiotics) & Anti-inflammatory+pain relief. Thankfully the new vet gave me the option to administer the medicine via subcutaneous injections (knowing that I am a qualified nurse) The insurances did not kick in since this is tooth related. Leaving me financially drained (added cost on top of the first treatment ending up shy to 600 £/6000 kr so far) , and worse, a damaged Topelius with a long road to recovery. Hopefully this is the end of it. New vetrinary consult or visit next week.
I love my boy. Please get well.
Here you see a hungry Top struggling with food. It’s fear of pain, a still tender mouth (since the vet had to re-open the cavity left by the extracted teeth) and effect of the pinched nerve.
What a fighter he is – still attempt taking on the food. My son in fur ♡