Always consult a veterinarian or animal care specialist before using buparvaquone injections.
Indications and Usage
It is used in the prevention and treatment of theileriosis (tick-borne) caused by parasitic protozoans Theileria parva (east coast fever, corridor disease, Zimbabwe theileriosis) and T. annulata (tropical theleriosis) in cattle (intracellular).
Vaccination should be delayed due to the adverse effects of theileriosis on the immune system.
Administration and Dosage
The usual dosage is 1 ml of buparvaquone per 20 kg body weight (intramuscular) in cattle. Buparvaquone injections should not be administered if hypersensitivity is discovered.
It is recommended to inject injections of buparvaquone into the neck muscles under the supervision of a veterinary surgeon. The treatment can be repeated within 48 to 72 hours, depending on the severity. It is recommended to administer only 10 ml per injection at the injection site. Consecutive injections should be administered at different sites.
Consult an animal care specialist for dosing instructions. Do not exceed their advice and complete the entire treatment, as stopping early can lead to a recurrence or aggravation of the problem.
No special warning.
Buparvaquone Injections have little or no allergic reactions. Local reaction may occur at the injection site. Therefore, the site change is recommended.