Albendazole Tablets (PET)
Albendazole Tablet For Pet
Active Ingredient: Albendazole
Description: White tablets
Pharmacodynamics: Abendazole is benzimidazole with wide-spectrum of against nematodes, tapeworm, and fluke. Nematodes are sensitive to them, on trematode need larger doses and not effective against Schistosomiasis. The mechanism is through binding of the parasitic microtubule of nematode and block the process of tubulin binding to α-tubulin then forming microtubules, so as to affecting mitosis and the metabolism of the parasite. Microtubules are basic structural units of many cell and are essential for cell reproduction processes such as mitosis, protein synthesis, and energy metabolism. Albendazole has significantly affinity for nematode than mammals, therefore has little toxicity to mammals. This product not only work for adult worm, but also larvae, as well as insect eggs.
Albendazole is absorbed well by oral. Twenty hours after administration reached the plasma peak concentration . The mainly excreting in the bile.
Drug interactions: Addition of praziquantel can increase the concentration of Albendazole in blood.
Indications: Anti-helminthiases drug, in treatment for nematodiasis, tapeworm, and trematodes.
Administration and Dosage: Based on albendazole. By oral. For canine, 25-50mg/kg(BW) per time or follow veterinarian‘s advice.
1. To give dogs 50mg/Kg twice a day will lead to anorexia gradually.
2. Cats may appear mild lethargy, depression, anorexia and other symptoms occasionally. While using for treatment of Paragonimiasis., cats may refuse to take the product.
3. Dogs and cats may appear Aplastic anemia Occasionally.
4. Albendazole may casue Teratogenesis and embryotoxicity in first trimester of pregnancy.
Withdrawal Time: No need.
Storage: Store in a tightly sealed container.