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Noropraz Oral Gel

£14.35

Noropraz contains praziquantel and ivermectin and is indicated for the treatment of mixed cestode and nematode or arthropod infestations, due to adult and immature roundworms, lungworms, bots and tapeworms in horses.?

SKU: E-101-NOR-99-99-108 Category: Tag:

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Noropraz contains praziquantel and ivermectin and is indicated for the treatment of mixed cestode and nematode or arthropod infestations, due to adult and immature roundworms, lungworms, bots and tapeworms in horses. Each gram contains: Ivermectin 18.7 mg Praziquantel 140.3 mg. Oral paste A white to off white homogenous paste. For the treatment of mixed cestode and nematode or arthropod infestations, due to adult and immature roundworms, lungworms, bots and tapeworms in horses: Large strongyle: Strongylus vulgaris (adult and arterial larvae), Strongylus edentatus (adult and L4 tissue larval stages), Strongylus equinus (adult), Tridontophorus spp. (adult) Small strongyle: Cyathostomum: Cylicocyclus spp., Cylicostephanus spp., Cylicodontophorus spp., Gyalocephalus spp. (adult and non-inhibited mucosal larvae) Parascaris: Parascaris equorum (adult and larvae) Oxyuris: Oxyuris equi (larvae) Trichostrongylus: Trichostrongylus axei (adult) Strongyloides: Strongyloides westeri (adult) Habronema: Habronema spp. (adult) Onchocerca: Onchocerca spp. microfilariae i.e. cutaneous onchocerciasis Lungworm: Dictyocaulus arnfieldi (adult and larvae) Cestodes (Tapeworm): Anoplocephala perfoliata (adult), Anoplocephala magna (adult), Paranoplocephala mamillana (adult) Dipteran insects: Gasterophilus spp. (larvae) As tapeworm infestation is unlikely to occur in horses before two months of age, treatment of foals below this age is not considered necessary. Single administration 200?g of Ivermectin and 1.5 mg of Praziquantel per kg of bodyweight corresponding to 1.07g of paste per 100 kg bodyweight. To ensure administration of a correct dose, bodyweight should be determined as accurately as possible and the correct syringe division selected, as underdosing might lead to an increased risk of development of resistance to anthelmintic drugs. The first division delivers enough paste to treat 50 kg Each subsequent syringe division delivers enough paste to treat 50 kg of bodyweight. The syringe should be adjusted to the calculated dosage by setting the ring on the appropriate place on the plunger. The syringe contains 7.49 g of paste and delivers sufficient paste to treat 700 kg of bodyweight at the recommended dose rate. Before administration, adjust the syringe to the calculated dosage by setting the ring on the plunger. The paste is administered orally by inserting the nozzle of the syringe through the interdental space and depositing the required amount of the paste on the back of the tongue. The animals mouth should be free of any food. Immediately after administration, elevate the head of the horse for a few seconds to ensure the dose is swallowed. The veterinary surgeon should give advice regarding appropriate dosing programmes and stock management to achieve adequate parasite control for both tapeworm and roundworm infestations.?

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