For single administration only by subcutaneous injection. Each ml contains 10 mg of ivermectin sufficient to treat 50 kg of bodyweight of cattle, and 33 kg of bodyweight of pigs. Replace with a fresh sterile needle after every 10 to 12 animals. Massage the injection site after administration of the product. Injection of wet or dirty animals is not recommended.
To ensure administration of a correct dose, body weight should be determined as accurately as possible. Accuracy of the dosing device should be checked.
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 over- dosing..
The product should be given only by subcutaneous injection at the recommended dosage level of 200 microgram ivermectin per kg bodyweight under the loose skin in front of, or behind, the shoulder in cattle. This is equivalent to 1 ml per 50 kg bodyweight. The volume administered per injection site should not exceed 10 ml.
In pigs, the recommended dosage level is 300 microgram ivermectin per kg bodyweight. This is equivalent to 1 ml per 33 kg bodyweight. The recommended route of administration is by subcutaneous injection into the neck.
In young pigs, especially those below 16 kg for which less than 0.5 ml of the product is indicated, dosing accurately is important. The use of a syringe that can accurately deliver as little as 0.1 ml is recommended.
Overdose (symptoms, emergency procedures, antidotes), if necessary
In the case of overdose a symptomatic treatment should be given.
Single doses of 4.0 mg ivermectin per kg (20 x the use level) given subcutaneously resulted in ataxia and depression.
A dose of 30 mg ivermectin per kg (100 x the recommended dose of 0.3 mg per kg) injected subcutaneously to pigs caused lethargy, ataxia, bilateral mydriasis, intermittent tremors, laboured breathing and lateral recumbency.