Albendazole Bolus 2500mg
This product is a highly effective and broad-spectrum anthelmintic, mainly used to treat gastrointestinal infections caused by loop nematodes, liver flukes, parasitic lungworms and bisexual animals. Albendazole also has the effect of killing eggs. In the benzimidazole drugs, the anthelmintic spectrum is wider and the insecticidal effect is the strongest. It has high activity against nematodes, schistosomiasis and tapeworms, and can significantly inhibit the development and growth of eggs. Albendazole has a good effect on the treatment of parasites, but it is not effective on insects.
This product can also obviously repel all kinds of parasitic animals, such as schistosomiasis, nematodes, cysticercosis, etc. It can be widely used in livestock. Albendazole can also be used to treat trichinosis, with an effective rate of up to 100%, which is higher than mebendazole.
Cattle can absorb 50% of the administered dose from the gastrointestinal tract. 47% of the oral drug metabolites can be recovered from urine within 9 days. After oral administration of sheep, because it is quickly metabolized to albendazole sulfoxide (the main active metabolite of anthelmintic effect), the original drug cannot be detected in the blood or can only be detected for a short time.
Dosage And Administration
Dose: 20mg per kg body weight.
Fasciola hepatica, heads and segments of Moniezia spp, adults and fourth stage larvae of Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostryongylus, Nematodirus, Cooeria, Dictyocaulus, adult, Bunostomum, Oesophagostomum.
Teratogenic effects have been shown for albendazole, cambendazole, oxfendazole and parbendazole, If these drugs are to be used in early pregnancy ,it must be for good reason and at the lowest recommended dosgae.
27days before slaughter.
Not for use in dairy cattle of breeding age, or in any cattle during the first 45 days of pregnancy (or first 45 days after removing bull)
5 bolus in a blister, 10 blisters in a box.
Store in the place below 30℃.