For the treatment of chronic, subacute and acute forms of fasciolosis in cattle and small ruminants (sheep and goats). The drug affects all stages of Fasciola hepatica and F. gigantica and active against most species of related nematodes and cestodes. The drug can be used for the treatment of mixed trematode (fluke) and nematode due to gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, liver fluke.
Drug activity is based on the interaction of two anthelmintics: albendazole and triclabendazole. With the total of active components effective triclaben against mature and larval stages fasciola. His most advisable to apply early invasion. Along with Fasciola and dykrotseliyamy (Fastiola hepatica, F. gigantica, Dicrocoelium lanceaium) preparation detrimental effect on all types of gastrointestinal and lung nematodes (families Dictyocaulus Haemonchus, Osterlagia, Marshallagia, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus, Cooperia Oesophagostomum, Bunostomum, Chabertia, etc.) and mature cestodes (families Moniezia, Trisanosoma) and larval stages of cestodes (Echinococcus and family Alveococcus).
Application For deworming of cattle, sheep, and goats with the disease in Fasciolosis and associative helminthiasis.
Triclabendazole is a benzimidazole anthelmintic. It is active against adult and larval forms of trematodes, including liver flukes and giant flukes. These flatworms enter humans and animals through contaminated water, aquatic plants or food. The diseases caused by these parasites are called fascioliasis. These are lesions of the liver and biliary tract, which can lead to hepatitis and, in the case of small ruminants, to death. Most triclabendazole preparations are for oral administration. However, in 2009, the first veterinary injectable product was introduced containing triclabendazole and ivermectin. It is effective against both trematodes and roundworms, as well as ectoparasites. Is included in the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved medicinal use of this drug in 2019. triclabendazole is used only in veterinary medicine.