IMIZOL

Description

Imizol cures Redwater (Babesiosis) and Gall sickness (Anaplasmosis) in cattle. It also prevents Asiatic Redwater for up to 4 weeks and African Redwater for up to 4 weeks in cattle. It is also used for the treatment of Biliary of dogs.

Effective Against

Red water and Gall sickness
Asiatic Red water and African Red water

For Use On

Companion Animals

Active Ingredients

Imidocarb dipropionate 12% m/v

Pack Size

500ml

Directions for Use

Use only as directed.

For animal use only.

Dose rates:

Redwater

Therapy (treatment)                         1 ml/100kg body mass.

Prophylaxis (prevention)                2.5ml/100kg body mass.

Gall sickness

Therapy (treatment)                         2.5ml/100kg body mass.

Prophylaxis (prevention)                2.5m1/100kg body mass.

Biliary of dogs

05ml/10kg body mass by subcutaneous injection.

NB: do not repeat the dose within 4 weeks

Withdrawal Period

Animals intended for human consumption should not be slaughtered within 28 days of treatment.

The remedy is not recommended for use after the expiry date (2 years after date of manufacture) as it may be ineffective and may even be harmful to the animal.

Warnings

Animals intended for human consumption should not be slaughtered within 28 days of treatment.

Keep out of reach of children and uninformed persons.

The remedy is not recommended for use after the expiry date (2 years after date of manufacture) as it may be ineffective and may even be harmful to the animal.

Under certain circumstances of high challenge virulent strains of Asiatic Redwater cases may develop as early as 18 days after administrating Imizol.

Vaccine Warning

After treatment with Imizol (2.5 ml/100kg live mass) cattle cannot be effectively vaccinated against Asiatic Redwater for 8 weeks and against African Redwater for 16 weeks.

Note To Physician

This product in animal studies has shown to be nephrotoxic and this should be borne in mind in the treatment of humans following accidental injection.

No specific antidotes exist, symptomatic treatment is indicated.