Contains per ml:
Imidocarb dipropionate 120 mg
Imidocarb dipropionate is extremely active against infections caused by adult and immature stages of Babesia in Bos taurus, sheep, horses and dogs, against Anaplasma infections in cattle and against Ehrlichia genus Canis infections in dogs. The prolonged action of Imidocarb dipropionate exerts a prophylactic impact against Babesia infections for up to six weeks.
CARBEZIA 120 INDICATIONS:
Imidocarb 120 Inj. is indicated for the treatment and interference of Babesiosis in cattle, sheep, horses and dogs, for the treatment of Anaplasmosis in Bos taurus and Ehrlichiosis in dogs.
don’t administer to very weak animals. don’t use in ewes in lactation if milk is meant for human consumption.
A painful, inflammatory reaction is also seen at the injection site, even throughout some days. inflated salivation, nasal discharge and disgorgement are often seen shortly when injection. Some dog and sheep breeds will show transient side effects.
INCOMPATIBILITY WITH different DRUGS:
don’t mix with choline-esterase-inhibiting drugs, pesticides or other chemicals.
indefinite quantity AND ADMINISTRATION:
For hypodermic or contractile organ injection.
• Horses : two cc per one hundred kilogram bodyweight (intramuscular injection is preferred). In most cases, one dose can impact an entire cure, however the treatment of B. equi infections in horses could need 2 doses at an interval of twenty four hours.
• Dogs : 0.25 ml per ten kg bodyweight. In treating mixed infections because of Ehrlichia and Babesia, administer 0.5 ml per 10 kg bodyweight, 2 doses at an interval of fourteen days.
it’s suggested to screen the blood when one treatment for presence of the parasite. Repeat treatment if the take a look at is positive.
• Horses : two cc per one hundred kilogram bodyweight (intramuscular injection is preferred).
• Dogs : 0.5 ml per ten kg bodyweight. one dose can stop Babesiosis for up to four weeks.