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Bupatex (Buparvaquone injection veterinary)

Bupatex (Buparvaquone injection veterinary) treats Theilerioses in both the schizont and piroplasm stages during incubation or when clinical signs appear.

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Indications of Bupatex (Buparvaquone injection veterinary):

Bupatex is used for the treatment of theilerioses such as East Coast fever, Corridor disease, Tropical theileriosis etc. in cows caused by Theileria Parva (parva), T. Parva (bovis), T. Parva (Lawrence), T. mutans, T. annulata and T.orientalis (sergenti). It is active against both the schizont and piroplasm stages of Theileria and may be used in the incubation period of the disease, or when clinical signs are apparent

Usage and dosage for Bupatex (Buparvaquone injection veterinary):

It is given by IM injection and it is recommended to be given into the muscles of the neck.
Dose: 1 ml per 20 kg bodyweight single dose
Anther dose may be administrated after 48-72 hours of the initial injection and it is given in the opposite side of the neck.
Care should be taken to avoid injection through wet or dirty areas of skin. No more than 10ml should be injected into a single site.

Withdrawal Period:

- For meat 	:	42 days.
- For milk 	:	2 days.


Each 1ml contains:
Buparvaquone50 mg