Dinavet contains diminazene diaceturate, a drug that belongs to the group of aromatic diamidines. The chemical substance acts on the blood-protozoa Trypanosomes and Babesia infections in ruminants, horses, camel, pigs, dogs and cats.
- It is effective against Trypanosoma and Babesia infections, such as Trypanosoma brucei, T. vivax, T. congolense; and Babesia bovis, B. bigemina, B. motasi and B. ovis in cattle, sheep, goats, horses, camels, pigs, dogs and cats.
- This product is an antiprotozoal drug, which is a class of medication used to treat infections caused by protozoa, which are single-cell organisms that belong to the type of parasites.
- Protozoal infections occur throughout the world and are a major cause of morbidity and mortality.
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Composition of Dinavet
- Each sachet contains 2.36 g granules with 1.05 g of the active ingredient, diminazene diaceturate.
- Hypersensivity to diminazene. Do not administer in animals with kidney or liver ailments.
- Salivation, sweating, tremors can occur.
- Hypersensitivity reactions.
- Overdosage or repeated dosing may cause central nervous symptoms in dogs.
- After multiple therapeutic doses, degenerative fatty changes can occur in liver, kidneys, myocardium and muscles.
- Multiple therapeutic doses can produce prominent haemorrhagic and malacic lesions of the cerebellum and the thalamus in cattle.
Dosage and administration of Dinavet
- The indicated dose is 3.5 mg per kg bodyweight.
- Dissolve the whole content of the sachet (2.36 g granules) in 12.5 ml of sterile water to produce 15 ml of a 7% aqueous solution.
- Inject 0.5 ml per 10 kg bodyweight deep intramuscular in the neck region. (Each sachet is sufficient for 300 kg bodyweight).
- Meat: 28 days
- Milk: 7 days