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Dectomax™ Injection for cattle delivers broad spectrum cover for stomach, gut and lungworm, whilst treating sucking lice and mange mites (sarcoptic and psoroptic mange). It is administered as a subcutaneous injection and has persistency against
To obtain optimal benefits from Dectomax™ Solution for Injection, it is recommended that cattle should be treated at turnout and eight weeks later. Studies1 have demonstrated that, used in this way, Dectomax™ will reduce the build-up of infective larvae on pasture and can protect animals from parasitic gastro-enteritis and parasitic bronchitis throughout the grazing season. To obtain these results, all animals must be included in the programme and untreated cattle must not be introduced on the pasture. Treatment with Dectomax™ at turn-out and eight weeks later of cattle set-stocked for the grazing season can protect against clinical disease caused by lungworm and may allow the development of naturally acquired immunity.
For treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, eyeworms, warbles, sucking lice and mange mites in cattle.Gastrointestinal roundworms (adults and fourth stage larvae)
May also be used as an aid in the control of Nematodirus helvetianus, biting lice (Damalinia bovis) and the mange mite Chorioptes bovis.
In cattle: A single treatment of 1 ml (10 mg doramectin) per 50kg bodyweight, equivalent to 200 µg/kg bodyweight, administered in the region of the neck by subcutaneous injection.
Meat and offal: 70 days. Not permitted for use in lactating animals producing milk for human consumption. Do not use in pregnant cows or heifers, which are intended to produce milk for human consumption, within 2 months of expected parturition.
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