IN SHEEP: Gastrointestinal roundworms:. Lungworm. Sheep nose bot: (all larval stages) .Mange mites.
Administration and dosage
Ivermec injection may be administered using any standard automated or disposable syringe.
CATTLE AND CAMELS: The recommended dose is 1 ml (10 mg Ivermectin) per 50 kg bodyweight, which must be administered by subcutaneous injection only. Using
sterile instruments, inject Ivermec under the loose skin in front of or behind the shoulder. A 16-gauge, 15- or 10-mm, sterile needle is recommended. The dosage is
according to the following schedule:
SHEEP: The recommended dose volume is 0.5 ml per 25 kg bodyweight, which must be administered by subcutaneous injection only. The loose skin behind the
shoulder is an appropriate injection site. In woolly sheep, make sure that the needle has penetrated the wool and skin before delivering the dose. As with any injection,
an aseptic technique must be used.
Composition 100 ml :
Nitroxynil (12,5 g)
Excipients q.s.p. (50 ml)
Vials of 20 ml – 50 ml (plastic)
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