Water Soluble Antibiotics Albendazole Ivermectin Powder Veterinary Medicine Pig Chicken Medicine Anthelmintic
The ingredients of Albendazole Ivermectin powder mainly include Albendazole and Ivermectin. Albendazole is a broad-spectrum antiparasitic drug, and Ivermectin is an antiparasitic and anti mite drug.
Albendazole Ivermectin powder is mainly used to prevent and control parasites and mites infection in poultry, livestock and other animals. It can kill or suppress various parasites and mites, including nematodes, roundworms, snakeworms, mites, etc.
Various attributes of Water Soluble Antibiotics Albendazole Ivermectin Powder
|Main Composition||Albendazole, Ivermectin|
|Description||This product is white or almost white powder.|
Albendazole has a broad-spectrum anthelmintic activity and has a strong repellent effect on nematodes, tapeworms and flukes. Its mechanism of action is to prevent it from multimerizing with α-tubulin to form microtubules by binding to the tubulin in the worm, thereby affecting cell reproduction processes such as mitosis, protein assembly and energy metabolism in the worm.
Ivermectin has a good repellent effect on internal and external parasites, especially arthropod insects and internal nematodes. It is mainly used to repel gastrointestinal nematodes, lung nematodes and ectoparasites in pigs and other animals. Its anthelmintic mechanism is to promote the release of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) from presynaptic neurons, thereby opening GABA-mediated chloride channels. The current of chloride ions can reduce the cell membrane impedance and cause a slight depolarization of the static potential of the postsynaptic membrane, which interferes with the signal transmission between nerves and muscles, relaxes and paralyzes the worm, causing the worm to die or be excreted.
|Function and Use||
An insect repellent.Used to repel or kill pig nematodes, flukes, tapeworms, mites and other internal and external parasites.
|Dosage and Administration||Based on this product. Oral administration: One dose, 0.7~1g per 10kg body weight for pigs.|
According to the prescribed usage and dosage, no adverse reactions have been seen.
The ivermectin in this product is highly toxic to fish and shrimp. Do not contaminate water sources with residues, packaging and animal excrement.
|Withdrawal Period||Pig 28days.|
|Specification||100g: albendazole 10g + ivermectin 0. 2g.|
|Storage||Shading and keeping tightly closed.|
|Contact Person :||Dax.Yang|