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Flubenol oral powder for pigs 1 kg

Treatment and control of mature and immature stages of nematodes of the gastro-intestinal tract in pigs

Prescription required* (Exceptions apply)

Flubenol is a white oral powder that contains Flubendazole wich is a broad spectrum anthelmintic, effective against mature and immature stages of the following nematodes of the gastro-intestinal tract in pigs:

  • Ascaris suum (large roundworm) including migrating larvae
  • Hyostrongylus rubidus (red stomach worm)
  • Oesophagostomum dentatum (nodular worm)
  • Trichuris suis (whipworm)(adult)
  • Strongyloides ransomi (threadworm)(adult)
  • Flubendazole is ovicidal

One g of Flubenol contains:

Active ingredient:

  • Flubendazole 60

Excipients:

  • Titanium dioxide 20
  • Sodium laurilsulfate
  • Lactose monohydrate

Flubenol:

  • Must not be use in case of hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients.

Withdrawal period:

  • Pigs must not be slaughtered for human consumption during treatment.
  • Pigs may be slaughtered for human consumption only after 7 days from the last treatment.

Flubenol posology:

  • To ensure administration of a correct dose, body weight should be determined as accurately as possible.
  • If animals are to be treated collectively rather than individually, they should be grouped according to their bodyweight and dosed accordingly, in order to avoid under- or overdosing.
  • Individual treatment (single administration):
    • Dosage: Add 1 g of the veterinary medicinal product for each 10 kg bodyweight onto the finished feed, as a single animal dose. (This is equivalent to 5 mg of flubendazole per one kg bodyweight). One 13 g measuring spoon treats one 130 kg sow.
    • Treatment frequency: Twice a year unless recommended otherwise by a veterinary surgeon. Pigs brought onto the premises should be treated on arrival and before mixing with other animals. Regular faecal examination is advocated to know which worms are present on the farm so that specific measures may be taken to prevent re-infection.
    • Treatment of clinical worm infestations: Treat relevant infestations at the following intervals:
      1. Nodular worm (Oesophagostomum dentatum) - every 2 months
      2. Large roundworm (Ascaris suum) - every 2 months
      3. Red stomach worm (Hyostrongylus rubidus) - every month
      4. Whipworm (Trichuris suis) - every 6 weeks.

Flubenol is a white oral powder that contains Flubendazole wich is a broad spectrum anthelmintic, effective against mature and immature stages of the following nematodes of the gastro-intestinal tract in pigs:

  • Ascaris suum (large roundworm) including migrating larvae
  • Hyostrongylus rubidus (red stomach worm)
  • Oesophagostomum dentatum (nodular worm)
  • Trichuris suis (whipworm)(adult)
  • Strongyloides ransomi (threadworm)(adult)
  • Flubendazole is ovicidal

One g of Flubenol contains:

Active ingredient:

  • Flubendazole 60

Excipients:

  • Titanium dioxide 20
  • Sodium laurilsulfate
  • Lactose monohydrate

Flubenol:

  • Must not be use in case of hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients.

Withdrawal period:

  • Pigs must not be slaughtered for human consumption during treatment.
  • Pigs may be slaughtered for human consumption only after 7 days from the last treatment.

Flubenol posology:

  • To ensure administration of a correct dose, body weight should be determined as accurately as possible.
  • If animals are to be treated collectively rather than individually, they should be grouped according to their bodyweight and dosed accordingly, in order to avoid under- or overdosing.
  • Individual treatment (single administration):
    • Dosage: Add 1 g of the veterinary medicinal product for each 10 kg bodyweight onto the finished feed, as a single animal dose. (This is equivalent to 5 mg of flubendazole per one kg bodyweight). One 13 g measuring spoon treats one 130 kg sow.
    • Treatment frequency: Twice a year unless recommended otherwise by a veterinary surgeon. Pigs brought onto the premises should be treated on arrival and before mixing with other animals. Regular faecal examination is advocated to know which worms are present on the farm so that specific measures may be taken to prevent re-infection.
    • Treatment of clinical worm infestations: Treat relevant infestations at the following intervals:
      1. Nodular worm (Oesophagostomum dentatum) - every 2 months
      2. Large roundworm (Ascaris suum) - every 2 months
      3. Red stomach worm (Hyostrongylus rubidus) - every month
      4. Whipworm (Trichuris suis) - every 6 weeks.
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