Each ml contains: Closantel sodium 50mg.
This product is a kind of helminthic. It is active against fasciola hepatica, gastrointestinal eelworms and larvae of arthropods. It is mainly indicated for diseases caused by fasciola hepatica and gastrointestinal eelworms in cattle and sheep, estriasis of sheep and etc.
Administration and dosage:
Subcutaneous or intramuscular injections of a & single; dose of 2.5 to 5mg/kg body weight for cattle and 5 to 10mg/kg body weight for sheep. Adverse reactions:Injections are stimulating to some topical tissues.
Precautions: When treating diseases caused by fasciola hepatica it is recommended to repeat the medication after it has been used for 3 weeks to completely eliminate immature fasciola.
Packing: 100ml, 250ml/bottle.
Storage:Tightly sealed and store in a cold place protecting from light.
Period of validity: 2 years.
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