Albendazole Bolus is a unique broad spectrum anthelmintic for control of multiple helminth infestation, viz nematodes, cestodes and trematodes.
Prophylaxis and treatment of worminfections in cattle, calves, sheep and goats like:
Gastrointestinal worms: Bunostomum, Cooperia, Chabertia, Haemonchus, Nematodirus, Oesophagostomum, Ostertagia, Strongyloides and Trichostrongylus spp. Lung worms: Dictyocaulus viviparus and D. filaria.
Albendazole is an "antihelmintic," or anti-worm, medication. It prevents worms from growing or multiplying in your body. Albendazole is used to treat infections caused by worms such as pork tapeworm and dog tapeworm. Albendazole interferes with various energy-producing processes of helminths (worms), including impairing the uptake of glucose (sugar) for energy. Albendazole is a medication which is used as an adjunct in the treatment of hydatid disease. Hydatid disease is caused by the parasite Echinococcus granulosus or Echinococcus multilocularis and presents as fluid-filled sacs (cysts) that grow in the liver, lungs and brain of infected individuals.
For roundworms / tapeworms
Cattle / buffalo / horse / sheep / goat: 5mg/kg bodyweight
Dog / cat: 10 to 25mg/kg bodyweight
Cattle/buffalo: 10mg/kg bodyweight
Sheep/goat: 7.5mg/kg bodyweight
Multiple dosing at 2-3 weeks interval enhances flukicidal activity of albendazole against flukes in cattle and sheep. Periodic deworming (once in 3-4 months) in all species of domestic and zoo animals with albendazole is advocated for successful anthelmintic effect.
Administration in the first 45 days of gestation.
- For meat: 12 days.
- For milk: 4 days.
Keep out of reach of children.
Packing: 300mg; 600mg; 2500mg. Blister or plastic bottle
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Coccidiosis in chickens, poultry diseases symptoms & Photos.
Coccidiosis is caused by protozoa of the phylum Apicomplexa, family Eimeriidae. In poultry, most species belong to the genus Eimeria and infect various sites in the intestine.
Coccidiosis is more common in chicks and young chickens. Medicated feed can help protect your chicks but in order for the medicated starter feed to work your chicks have to be exposed to Coccidia Protozoa (by letting them go outside and be on the soil is a way for them to be exposed).
Signs of coccidiosis range from decreased growth rate to a high percentage of visibly sick birds, severe diarrhea, and high mortality. Feed and water consumption are depressed. Weight loss, development of culls, decreased egg production, and increased mortality may accompany outbreaks. Mild infections of intestinal species, which would otherwise be classed as subclinical, may cause depigmentation and potentially lead to secondary infection, particularly Clostridium spp infection.
Effective for handling coccidiosis is changing footware & prevention program with adding anticocci in feed.
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