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Ashitraz 50 ml

Composition: Each ml contains: Amitraz BPV …………………. 125 mg Solvents and emulsifiers ……… q.s // Description: Amitraz belongs to the class of formamidines group of insecticide and active against ticks, mites (mange) and lice. // Indications: For the treatment and control of ectoparasitic infestation such as ticks, mites (mange) and lice including organophosphorus and pyrethroid resistant strains in cattle, sheep, goats, camel, dogs and pigs. // Direction for use: For external use only. Prepare the solution by diluting the dip concentrate with water as below and apply over the body surface by dip or wash or by spray. // Cattle/ Camel – 2 ml of ashitraz/ 1 liter of water /// Sheep/ Goats – 4 ml of ashitraz/ 1 liter of water /// Dogs – for ticks 2 ml of ashitraz/ 1 liter of water /// For mites 4 ml of ashitraz/ 1 liter of water /// Pigs – 4 ml of ashitraz/ 1 liter of water /// Features of ashitraz Low toxicity and high margin of safety. High penetrability Wider spectrum of activity. /// Contraindication: Not recommended in horses & cats. Also should not be used in pups below 4 months of age and pregnant or lactating bitches. In small pocket dogs breeds like Yorkshire Terriers, Poodles-half the dosage to be used. Do not use on Chihuahuas. Do not use on individuals with deep pyoderma with damage tracts; treat only after lesions have improved due to e.g.antibiotic treatment and shampooing. Do not use in dogs in heat stress. /// Toxicity: May be toxic, if swallowed. No toxicities generally encountered. Mild sedation may be seen, if the animal licks the wet body application. Salivation might also be seen sometimes. /// Antidote: No specific antidote is available. In toxicities symptomatic treatment is advised. In severe cases Yohimbine can be used. Atipamezole has also been used in the treatment of amitraz toxicity. /// Operator Warnings: Prepare and use the diluted product in a well-ventilated area. When handling and applying the product, wear waterproof gloves, apron and a face shield. Following application, the protective clothing, particularly the inside of the gloves, should be thoroughly washed. Avoid contact of the product with the skin or eyes, if contamination occurs, wash thoroughly with soap and water. Do not eat, drink or smoke while using this product. When treatment is completed, wash hands thoroughly before eating , drinking or smoking. Avoid handling a treated animal until its coat is dry. /// Withdrawal period: Meat: Cattle: 1 day Sheep, goat and pig: 7 days Milk: 7 hours /// Side effects: Sedation may occur, usually for up to 24 hours but sometimes persisting as long as 72 hours. Sedation, lethargy, CNS depression, bradycardia and slow, shallow breathing may occur in small number of dogs; these signs usually last less than 24 hours. Signs are mainly due to alpha-2 adrenergic activity. If signs persist, wash the dogs in warm soapy water (not dish-washing detergent), dry it and warm it. Ataxia, bradycardia, vomiting, diarrhoea, hypothermia and transient hyperglycaemia may occur. Debilitated and geriatric animals, and dogs of very small breeds, are more likely to show adverse effects. /// Storage: Store below 30°C in a dry place, protect from direct sunlight.

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