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IMIDOCARB . (Injection)

 


Composition:
Each 1 ml contains:
Imidocarb dipropionate: 120 mg (Equivalent to imidocarb base 84.2 mg).


Properties:
1. Imidocarb is a carbanilide derivative with antiprotozoal activity. It is usually administered as the dipropionate salt.
2. Two mechanisms of action have been proposed:
a.As the effect of imidocarb on Trypanosoma brucei is antagonized by excess polyamines, it is has been suggested that imidocarb interferes with their production and/or use.
b. Imidocarb blocks the entry of inositol into erythrocytes containing Babesia, resulting in starvation of the parasite. It is generally accepted in that imidocarb has anticholinesterase activity


Indications:
For treatment of babesiosis in cattle and horses

Dosage Administration:
Cattle:
Treatment: 1 ml/100 kg B.Wt.
Prophylaxis: 2.5 ml/100 kg B.Wt.
By S/C injection as a single dose

Horses: 2 ml/100 kg B.Wt. By I/M injections. Repeat after 24 hours


Contra Indications:
o Operators under medical advice not to work with compounds that may exhibit anti-cholinesterase-activity.
o Repeated doses in cattle.


Precautions Warnings:
Operators should wear suitable protective clothing.

Side Effects:
Restlessness, sweating and abdominal pain.

Withd rawaltime:
Cattle: Meat: 28 days.
Milk: 2 days.
Horses: Meat: 60 days


Packing:
10 ml, 25 ml, 50 ml, 100 ml vials

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