Powder for parenteral administration
Diminazene aceturate belongs to the group of aromatic diamidines, with activity against babesiosis, piroplasmosis and trypanosomiasis. Vitamin B6 and B12 aid to combat the anaemic effects of the disease through stimulation of red blood cell formation.
Treatment of babesiosis, piroplasmosis and trypanosomiasis in camels, cattle, cats, dogs, goats,
horses, sheep and swine.
Administration to animals with known hypersensitivity to diminazene and/or phenazone.
Administration to animals with an impaired renal and/or hepatic function.
Salivation, sweating, tremors can occur.
Multiple therapeutic doses can produce severe nervous signs and prominent haemorrhagic and malacic lesions of the cerebellum, midbrain and thalamus in dogs.
After multiple therapeutic doses, degenerative fatty changes can occur in liver, kidneys,
myocardium and muscles.
Multiple therapeutic doses can produce prominent haemorrhagic and malacic lesions of the cerebellum and the thalamus in cattle.
For deep intramuscular administration.
General: Dissolve 2.37 (23.7) gram powder in 15 (150) ml of sterile water before use to prepare an injectable solution, and administer at 1 ml per 20 kg body weight (i.e. 2.37 (23.7) g per 300 (3000) kg body weight).
– For meat : 21 days.
– For milk : 4 days.