Veterinary Bolus Tablet ISO Certificated Levamisole blous API Raw Material Levamisole Price Pharmaceutical Grade Levamisole
Levamisole is a veterinary drug widely used in veterinary field. It is mainly used to treat parasitic infections, such as the Intestinal parasite infection commonly used in veterinarians to expel equine intestinal parasites and to treat small animals (such as dogs and cats).
Levamisole tablet is a solid drug preparation, each tablet contains a certain amount of Levamisole ingredients. The dosage and usage may vary depending on the type of animal, weight, and specific condition, and it is necessary to use it correctly according to veterinary advice.
Generally, Levamisole tablets are given orally to animals. Please follow the veterinarian's instructions and instructions on the Medication package insert for the exact dosage and usage. At the same time, it is important to comply with medication requirements and administer medication on time and in the appropriate amount.
Various attributes of Veterinary Bolus Tablet ISO Certificated Levamisole blous
|Indication||Levamisole is indicated for the treatment of many nematodes in cattle, sheep, goats and poultry. In sheep and cattle, Levamisole has relatively good activity against cecum nematodes, small intestinal nematodes (not particularly effective against Strongyloides spp.), large intestinal nematodes (not Trichuris spp.), and lungworms. Adult forms of species that are usually susceptible to Levamisole include: Haemonchus spp., Trichostrongylus spp., Ostertagia spp., Cooperia spp., Nematodirus spp., Bunostomum spp., Oesophagostomum spp., Chabertia spp., and Dictyocaulus viviparous. Levamisole is less effective against the immature forms of these parasites.|
|Administration and Dosage|
|Side-effects||Symptoms of Levamisole toxicity often mimic those of organophosphate toxicity. Symptoms may include hyper-salivation, hyper-esthesia and irritability, clonic seizures, CNS depression, dyspnea, defecation, urination, and collapse. These effects are best treated by supportive means, as animals generally recover within hours of dosing. Acute Levamisole over-dosage can result in death due to respiratory failure. Should respiratory failure occur, artificial ventilation with oxygen should be instituted until recovery takes place.|
|Packing||150 mg, 300 mg, 600 mg/tablet.|
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