antiparasitic vet drug 600mg 800mg 2500mg Albendazole bolus tablet for camel cattle sheep
Each bolus contains:
Albendazole 2500mg bolus with its low solubility, limited amount of the given dose of Albendazole is
absorbed from the stomach and intestine. However, once the drug is absorbed peak plasma level can
occur in 24hours. The plasma level is seldom greater than1% of the dose administered because of its relatively
low solubility. Albendazole is slowly excreted.
Albendazole 600mg bolus is a broad spectrum anthelmintic for control of the following type of internal
parasites in cattle and camel.
Abomasal Nematodes: Haemonchus (adults, late and early immature) Ostertagia (adults, late and early
Lung worms: Dictyocaulus (filarial and vivipara) protostrongylus and muellarius.
Tape Worms: Moniezia heavy infestation in young lambs can cause signs of poor growth and a roughness
of the wool and hair.
Trematodes: Fasciola hepatica, fasciola gigentica and dicrocoelium dendricum.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Up to 20kg body weight
1/4 bolus of Abendozle 2500 (7.5mg/kg)
Up to 40kg body weight
1/2 bolus of Abendozle 2500
40 -- 60kg body weight
1-1/4 bolus of Abendozle 2500
60 -- 80kg body weight
1 bolus of Abendozle 2500
No side effects at the prescribed dosage rate.
WARNING AND PRECAUTIONS:
Albendazole at the fluke level dose to ewes should not be dosed during tupping and for one month after
the rams are removed.
Pregnant ewes have shown teratogenic effects during the 2nd, 3rd and 4th week of gestation so it is
contraindicated and should not be prescribed in first month of pregnancy.
Milk from treated animals must not be used for human consumption until 72 hours
Albendazole bolus STORAGE:
Store in a cool and dry place
Storage: Store in airtight, dark and cool place.