Ivermectin 10 mg, Vitamin A 250 000 I.U., Vitamin D3 37 500 I.U., Vitamin E 25 mg, slow release vehicle q.s.ad. 1 mL
For the treatment and control of internal (gastrointestinal and pulmonary nematodes) and external parasitosis (fly larvae causing myiasis, scabies, sucking lice, among others) and deficiencies of vitamins A, D3 and E. Its vehicle offers slow release and long action (at least 42 days).
Dosage and Administration
Cattle, camelids, sheep and goats: 1 mL/50 kg of b.w.; pigs: 1 mL/33 kg of b.w. Apply through subcutaneous or deep intramuscular route.
The Centers for Disease Control estimate that each year in the United States, more than 2 million people are infected with an antibiotic-resistant infection. Melanie Harvey, Associate Professor of Chemistry, and Heather Seitz, Associate Professor of Biology, team up to present the current reality and future challenges of antibiotic resistance. They’ll discuss the history of antibiotics, the decline in the discovery of new antibiotics, causes of antibiotic resistance, steps the public can take to prevent antibiotic resistance, and the research being done to develop new antibiotics.
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