Trimax

INDICATIONS

Broad spectrum antiparasitic for horses, indicated in ascariasis, large and small strongylos, Pinworms, gastrophilosis, adult cestodes and their larvae. In general for gastrointestinal parasites and their larvae.
Strongylos equinus, vulgaris, edentatus. Triodontophorus spp, small stronglideo, Cyathostotum spp. Cytocylus spp, Cylicodontophorus spp, Gyalocephalus spp, mature and immature forms of Oxyuris equi, Habronema spp. Draschia spp and Parascaris equorum (adult and larval forms). Trichostrongylus axel (adult forms). Srongyloides westeri. Dictyocaulus arnfieldi, Gasterofylus spp (2nd and 3rd stage larvae).
Oxyuris equi, Anaplocephala and Paranaplocephala spp.It can be applied to pregnant mares in all their stages of gestation, to foals in all their ages and in the case of active stallions since it does not alter libido or spermatogenesis.
Dosage and Method of Administration: Oral, For its application verify that the horse’s mouth does not contain food, insert the syringe into the mouth through the interdental space to a place near the base of the tongue Immediately push the plunger until it locks top. Remove the syringe and lift the horse’s head to ensure correct swallowing of the product. Consequently, the content of the syringe (30 g) should be administered for an average 600 kg horse. In case of severe infestations, repeat the dose between 15 and 21 days.Strategic deworming of stabled equines is suggested every 60-90 days.

Restrictions on use: Do not administer with piperazine or levamisole (due to pyrantel pamoate).
Do not administer to animals destined for human consumption.

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INDICATIONS

Broad spectrum antiparasitic for horses, indicated in ascariasis, large and small strongylos, Pinworms, gastrophilosis, adult cestodes and their larvae. In general for gastrointestinal parasites and their larvae.
Strongylos equinus, vulgaris, edentatus. Triodontophorus spp, small stronglideo, Cyathostotum spp. Cytocylus spp, Cylicodontophorus spp, Gyalocephalus spp, mature and immature forms of Oxyuris equi, Habronema spp. Draschia spp and Parascaris equorum (adult and larval forms). Trichostrongylus axel (adult forms). Srongyloides westeri. Dictyocaulus arnfieldi, Gasterofylus spp (2nd and 3rd stage larvae).
Oxyuris equi, Anaplocephala and Paranaplocephala spp.It can be applied to pregnant mares in all their stages of gestation, to foals in all their ages and in the case of active stallions since it does not alter libido or spermatogenesis.
Dosage and Method of Administration: Oral, For its application verify that the horse’s mouth does not contain food, insert the syringe into the mouth through the interdental space to a place near the base of the tongue Immediately push the plunger until it locks top. Remove the syringe and lift the horse’s head to ensure correct swallowing of the product. Consequently, the content of the syringe (30 g) should be administered for an average 600 kg horse. In case of severe infestations, repeat the dose between 15 and 21 days.Strategic deworming of stabled equines is suggested every 60-90 days.

Restrictions on use: Do not administer with piperazine or levamisole (due to pyrantel pamoate).
Do not administer to animals destined for human consumption.

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