Vermectin B12 equinos

Gel for oral use
(1% Ivermectin with Vitamin B12)

Internal parasiticide of broad spectrum for oral use in horses, based on IVERMECTIN at 1% with Vitamin B12 as antianemic factor. It is presented as a gel with apple flavour, whose palatability favours its swallowing.

Formula: Every 100 g it contains:

Ivermectin1.00 g
Vitamin B120,05 g
Formulation agents e.q.

Clinical indications of use:
Indicated to treat and control internal parasites which affect horses.

IVERMECTIN acts on the following parasites:
Big strongylus: Strongylus vulgaris (adults and arterial larval state). Strongylus edentatus (adults and tissue larval state). Strongylus equinus (adults). Triodontophorus spp (adults)
Small strongylus: Cyathostomun spp (adults and larval states). Cyliclocyclus spp (adults and larval states). Cylicostephanus spp (adults and larval states). Cylicodontophorus spp (adults and larval states). Gyalocephalus spp (adults and larval states).
Other nematodes: Parascaris equorum (adults L3 and L4). Oxyuris equi (adults and Larva 4). Trichostrongylus axei (adults). Habronema muscae (adults).

Dictyocaulus arnfieldi (adults and larva 4).

Onchocerca spp (microfiliarias). Habronema muscae (cutaneous larva 3).

Gasterophilus spp (oral and gastric states).

Vitamin B12:
The horse parasitic disease, chronic and with no fever, causes intestinal problems with abnormal fermentations, colics, diarrhoea, progressive anaemia, loss of weight and asthenia. This brings about a decrease in the bioavailability of nutriments and among them vitamin B12, thus it is necessary to make an additional supply of this one. Vermectin B12 horses contains vitamin B12 in appropriate concentration to correct its deficiency, stimulate erythropoyesis (antianemic factor), reduce tiredness, increase appetite, favour growing and development of young colts and achieve a fast recovering of the treated animals.

It is dosed at a rate of 200 mcg of Ivermectin per kilogram of liveweight (2 g. of Vermectin B12 Equinos every 100 kilograms of liveweight)

It is administered orally depositing the dose in the superior part of the tongue.

Use restrictions:
Do not slaughter treated horses for human consumption.

Syringe for oral administration containing 10 g. net content.