Injectable combination of ivermectin and clorsulon for the treatment of ecto-and endoparasites, including liver flukes.
Clorsulon 10% .
Indications: is indicated for the following endo- and ectoparasites.
Ivermection and clorsulon injectable solution is an antiparasitic drug which has the broad spectrum of activity. The antiparasitic activity of ivermectin results from an increased release of neurotransmitter gamma amino butyric acide (GABA) and the flukicide activity of clorsulon results from the inhibition of enzym-systems of the parasite. Ivermectin & Clorsulon Injection has very low toxicity, has a wide safety margin and has prolonged activity. Ivermectin & Clorsulon Injection is profitable. With only one injection it’s possible to control various endo- and ecto-parasite.
Fasciola gigantica (adults)
Dosage and administration:
should be administered by subcutaneous injection under tha loose skin at neck region or behind the scapula. The recommended dosage levels of active substances are 0.2 mg for ivermectin and 2.0 mg for clorsulon per kg of bodyweight. The dosage level is 1 ml per 50 kg of body weight. It is recommended to use following dosage schedule.
50 kg 1.0 cc
100 kg 2.0 cc
150 kg 3.0 cc
200 kg 4.0 cc
250 kg 5.0 cc
300 kg 6.0 cc
400 kg 8.0 cc
500 kg 10.0 cc
Packing: vial of 50ml, 100ml.
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When converted to a standard solution, EDTA is a useful chemical compound for titration applications such as determining the metallic content of various solutions.
Step 1: Dry and cool
Measure 4 grams of purified dihydrate ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid on the balance and dry at 80 degrees Celsius for one hour before letting it cool to room temperature in the desiccator.
The salt will contain about 0.3 percent moisture after drying and cooling. Make a note to correct the salt’s weight in your calculation of the molarity of the finished solution.
Step 2: Measure
Weigh 3.8 grams and transfer it into a volumetric flask using a powder funnel.
Step 3: Add water
Rinse the funnel by pouring a small amount of distilled or deionized water through it before removing the salt. Then add enough extra purified water to make 700 milliliters. Use a dry, uncontaminated container with a non-glass stopper.
Step 4: Mix
Swirl the solution until all of the powder has dissolved.
Be patient — it may take up to 15 minutes for the solution to be completely dissolved.
Step 5: Add water and mix
Add more purified water until it reaches the 1-liter mark, and mix well.
Step 6: Calculate molarity
Calculate the molarity, or molar concentration, of the solution. The result should be at or very close to 0.01 M.
Step 7: Finish
Store the solution with a stopper. If you plan to use it for titration, it’s good practice to conduct the experiment while the solution is still fresh.
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EDTA was first used as a medical treatment for heavy metal poisoning in the 1940s, and is still FDA-approved for that purpose.