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Iversanide (Ivermectin and Rafoxanide injection)

Iversanide (Ivermectin and Rafoxanide injection veterinary) for the treatment and control of internal and external parasites in cattle, sheep, goats and camels.

Generic Name:

Ivermectin + Rafoxanide

Dosage Form:




Indications of Iversanide (Ivermectin and Rafoxanide injection):

For the treatment and control of internal and external parasites in cattle, sheep, goats and camels.
Internal parasites
Gastrointestinal Parasites: Haemonchus, Cheypertia, Ostertagia, Nematodirus, Trichuris, Bunostomum, Cooperia, Strongyloides, Osphagustum, Trichostrongylus.
Lungworms: Dictyoculae, Protostrongels, Metastrongels.
Liverworms: (larval and adult stages): Fasciola hepatica, Fasciola gigantica
Liverworms (spear-like): Dicrocilium dendriteum.
external parasites
Coccomycosis: Hippoderma bovis, Hippoderma lineatum.
Myiasis (myiasis of the bovine tropics): Dermatobiasis hominis
Waging (snail fly): Chrysoma bezana (parasitism stage)
Scabies: Sarcoptes, Psoroptes, Corioptes
Sucking lice: linognats, hematopins, solenoptes.
Biting lice: Damalina
Eyeworm: Thelasia.


Do not use in cases of hypersensitivity to the active ingredients.

Side Effects:

Transient discomfort has been observed in some cows after subcutaneous administration. Tissue swellings at the injection site are common up to 48 hours after injection, after which they resolve without treatment. Palpation hardness can be observed up to 7 days after administration.
Transient swelling is occasionally observed in sheep at the injection site. Sometimes this swelling is accompanied by pain and discomfort. This swelling goes away completely within 14 days of treatment.


Do not admin with other internal anti-parasites.

Usage and dosage for Iversanide (Ivermectin and Rafoxanide injection):

Admin as a single injection under the skin
Sheep, goats, cattle and camels: 1 ml / 50 kg body weight.


Possible transient local reaction irritation at the injection site.
Bovine myiasis should be treated after the season of the infecting flies is over.
It is recommended to give coccidia vaccine to sheep before deworming
It is not given by intramuscular or intravenous injection
It should not be given to non-target animals (fatal cases of intolerance have been reported in dogs).
It is not given in cases of hypersensitivity to the active substances or excipients.
Hands should be washed after using the treatment.
Avoid contact with eyes, mouth and skin.
Avoid eating, drinking and smoking while using the medication.
Avoid polluting ponds, channels and water sources.
Empty containers must be disposed of in a safe and proper manner.

Withdrawal Period:

For meat consumption: 50 days.
For Milk Consumption: Milk is not used for human consumption during processing.


No more than 10 mL should be injected into one site, as the dose may be divided over different injection sites.
In severe infestations, the dose is repeated for 21 days for liver worms and 30 days for gastrointestinal worms.
For the treatment of scabies in sheep, goats and camels: a second dose is given after a week (for sheep) and after 15 days for camels.


Each 1g contains: