Ivermectin Injection (box of 1 vial)
Ivermectin Injection (box of 1 vial)
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Ivermectin Injection

Ivermectin Injection is an anthelmintic drug indicated for internal and external parasitic infestations in livestock. This veterinary injection is manufactured according to the highest production standards by AdvaCare Pharma in one of its GMP/ISO-certified facilities.



What is Ivermectin?

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Active Ingredients: Ivermectin

Ivermectin Injection is an antiparasitic drug used to treat internal and external parasites in livestock animals like cows, camels, goats, sheep and pigs It is used in the treatment and prevention of many types of internal and external parasites, including heartworms, intestinal worms, mites, and lice.

Ivermectin is within the family of medicines called anthelmintics. It is derived from avermectin, which are derived from Streptomyces avermitilis fermented products. Ivermectin works by inhibiting the function of aspects of the nervous system within the parasite. This leads to its paralysis and then the death of the parasite.

It is important to note that Ivermectin Injection is for veterinary purposes only.

AdvaCare Pharma manufactures this veterinary medicine in GMP-certified factories located in China, India, and the USA. We offer a broad range of high-quality livestock medications available for distribution.

Why are we a trusted Ivermectin manufacturer?

Ivermectin Injection is manufactured and globally distributed by AdvaCare Pharma, a leading manufacturer of veterinary injections in the pharmaceutical industry. We have been committed to distributing high-quality, GMP-certified veterinary medications for the global market for the past 20 years. To ensure that our products meet and surpass our distributors' requirements, we carry out routine internal and third-party facility audits.


What is Ivermectin used for?

It's used to treat certain parasitic infections. It is indicated for the treatment of:

  • pinworms (adults and 4th stage larva)
  • ascarids (adults)
  • hairworms (adults)
  • large-mouth stomach worms (adults)
  • neck threadworms (microfilaria)
  • bots (oral and gastric stages)
  • lungworms (adults and 4th stage larva)
  • intestinal threadworms (adults)
  • summer sores
  • gastrointestinal roundworms (adults and 4th stage larva) in cattle or swine
  • lungworms (adults and 4th stage larva) in cattle or swine
  • cattle grubs (parasitic stages)
  • sucking lice in cattle or swine (Haematopinus suis)
  • mites in cattle or swine (Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis)

What animals can be treated with Ivermectin Injection?

This drug is recommended for livestock animals, including camels, cows, goats, sheep, and pigs.

How is an Ivermectin Injection used?

This medication has been manufactured as a liquid, which is packaged in a vial. It is intended to be administered by subcutaneous injection.

How should Ivermectin Injection be stored?

This medication should be stored in a dark, dry location between 15-25°C. The vial should be sealed tightly.

What is the withdrawal period for Ivermectin?

The withdrawal period is 28-42 days. Do not use this medicine for lactating dairy cows, as the withdrawal time for unknown.


How much Ivermectin Injection should be given to cows, sheep, or goats?

The usual dose is 200mg/kg.

How much Ivermectin Injection should be given to pigs?

The usual dose is 300mg/kg.

How much Ivermectin Injection should be given to piglets, lambs, or kids?

The usual dose is 300mg/kg.

Side Effects

As with all pharmaceuticals, some unwanted effects can occur from the use of Ivermectin Injection.

Some common side effects may include pain or discomfort at the site of injection.

Serious side effects may include:

  • allergic reaction (skin rash, fever, facial swelling, or difficulty breathing)
  • shock and neurotoxicity in dogs
  • neurotoxicity in mice and rats

For a comprehensive list of all possible side effects of this medication, consult a veterinary physician.


Do NOT use Ivermectin Injection for an animal that:

  • has a known allergy or hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
  • is a foal less than 4 months old or a puppy less than 6 weeks old.
  • is a dairy animal within 28 days of calving
  • is producing milk for human consumption.
  • is of the following species: chelonian, Indigo snake, and skink

There are known interactions between this medication and other drugs, including benzodiazepines, ketamine, spinosad, amiodarone, carvedilol, clarithromycin, cyclosporine, and ketoconazole.

This drug may cause false-negative results for animals with an occult heartworm infection.

Only use a subcutaneous injection for cattle and swine. Do not administer Ivermectin Injections through the IV or IM route.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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