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Noromectin Multi Injection is a ready-to-use, sterile, nonaqueous solution of ivermectin. For the treatment and control of internal and external parasites of beef and non-lactating dairy cattle, sheep and pigs. Legal Category LM
- Ivermectin 1.0% w/v (10 mg in 1 ml)
- A sterile 17-gauge, half-inch needle is recommended. Use of a draw-off needle is recommended to avoid excess broaching of the stopper. Swab the septum before removing each dose. Use a dry sterile needle and syringe. Cattle Noromectin Multi Injection should be administered at a dose rate of 1ml per 50kg bodyweight (based on a recommended level of 200μg ivermectin per kg bodyweight). It should be injected subcutaneously in front of or behind the shoulder using aseptic technique. Sheep Noromectin Multi Injection should be administered at a dose rate of 0.5ml per 25kg bodyweight (based on a recommended level of 200μg ivermectin per kg bodyweight). For the treatment of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms and nasal bots, inject once subcutaneously in the neck using aseptic precautions. For the treatment and control of Psoroptes ovis (sheep scab), two injections with a 7 day interval are required to treat clinical signs of scab and to eliminate living mites. Pigs Noromectin Multi Injection should be administered at a dose rate of 1ml per 33kg bodyweight (based on a recommended level of 300μg ivermectin per kg bodyweight). It should be injected subcutaneously into the neck using aseptic technique. Treat all animals in the herd. Since louse eggs are unaffected by ivermectin and may take up to 3 weeks to hatch, complete elimination may not occur following a single injection. Ivermectin has sufficient persistence to control mite infections throughout the egg to adult life cycle. However since the effect is not immediate, care must be taken to prevent re-infestation from exposure to untreated animals or contaminated facilities. Generally pigs should be moved to clean quarters or exposed only to uninfested pigs for approximately one week after treatment.
- Foodstuffs must not be taken for human consumption during the treatment period
- Cattle Edible tissues from slaughtered animal: 49 days Not permitted for use in lactating cows producing milk for human consumption. Do not use in non-lactating dairy cows including pregnant dairy heifers within 60 days of calving.
- Sheep Edible tissues from slaughtered animal: 42 days Not permitted for use in ewes producing milk for human consumption. Do not use in ewes within 60 days of lambing where milk is to be used for human consumption..
- Pigs Meat and offal: 28 days