Erthrin Pour On
(Deltamethrin for external use) to control parasites such as lice, fleas, flies, ticks, and scabies in cattle, sheep and goats.
Indications of Erthrin Pour On (veterinary deltamethrin for external use):
For treatment of external parasites (fleas, lice, ticks and flies) in cattle, sheep and goats. Cows: Erthrin Pour On (veterinary deltamethrin for external use) is used to treat and prevent infestations from sucking and biting lice, including Bovicola bovis, Solenopotes capillatus, Linognathus vituli, Haematopinus eurysternus Erthrin Pour On (veterinary deltamethrin for external use) is also used as an aid in the treatment and prevention of infestation by both biting and annoying flies, such as Haematobia irritans, Stomoxys calcitrans, Musca, Hydrotaea irritans. Sheep: To treat and prevent infestation by ticks (Ixodes ricinus), lice (Linognathus ovillus - Bovicola ovis), fleas (Melophagus ovinus) and flies (Lucilia).
Do not use Erthrin Pour On (veterinary deltamethrin for external use) on sick animals. - Do not use in cases of hypersensitivity to the active substance or any of the excipients. Do not use in animals with extensive skin lesions. Use of the product in non-target dogs and cats can result in toxic neurological signs (ataxia, convulsions, tremor), gastrointestinal signs (salivation, vomiting) and may be fatal.
Use Erthrin Pour On (veterinary deltamethrin for external use) with any insecticide or acaricide. In particular, in combination with organophosphorus compounds, the toxicity of deltamethrin is increased
Application site reactions, including crusting and itching, have rarely been seen in cattle within 48 hours after treatment.
Usage and dosage for Erthrin Pour On (veterinary deltamethrin for external use):
For external topical use. Apply the recommended dose by pouring it along the animal's spine from the base of the head to the tail. For sheep, it is recommended to separate the wool during administration Fleas and flies: for the prevention and treatment of fleas in calves, lambs and cows according to weight: Up to 100 kg: 10 ml From 100 - 300 kg: 20 ml Above 300 kg: 30 ml Lice: For the prevention and treatment of biting and sucking lice on adult calves, cows and sheep: 10 ml per animal regardless of its weight Ticks: For the prevention and treatment of ticks on sheep: 10 ml per animal Lice: A single use is generally sufficient for 8-10 weeks of protection, but in severe cases it may be necessary to repeat treatment after 4-6 weeks. All animals in contact should be treated at the same time. Flies: One application provides protection against flies for 6 - 10 weeks depending on the degree of infestation, species of flies and weather conditions. During treatment, it is recommended that: - Treatment shortly after shearing (animals with short wool) - Keep treated sheep separate from untreated sheep to avoid reinfection. Treatment of flies on sheep: Apply directly to the area affected by the larvae as soon as you see the fly. One application It will ensure that the fly larvae are killed in no time.
- Toxic to fish and bees and moderately toxic to birds. - Before use, you should wear protective clothing, glasses and gloves. - Avoid contact with eyes, mouth, skin and inhalation. - Avoid eating, drinking and smoking during use. - Avoid polluting ponds, water sources and channels. Empty containers must be disposed of in a safe and sound manner.
Meat: Cows: 17 days - Sheep: 35 days / Milk: 36 hours for cows and sheep
Skin Contact: Remove clothing and wash contaminated body parts with soap and water. Eye Contact: Flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical attention immediately. Inhalation: Go to fresh air, if not inhaled, give artificial respiration. Ingestion: Wash the patient's stomach and call a doctor immediately. If fainting occurs do not give the patient anything orally and call a doctor immediately. Antidote: Unspecified, treatment is based on symptoms.
Each 100 ml contains: