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Kloziver for cattle, sheep, goats (100 ml) *inj

$64.89 $58.40
Kloziver (closantel,ivermectin) injectable
Kloziver is a combination drug, comprising closantel and ivermectin. Closantel is a salicylamide’s derivative, providing antiparasitic action. Closantel’s mode of action centers around inhibition of oxidative phosphorylation. Specific action centers around ATP stimulation, leading to stopping of a phosphorylation process and electrons’ transfer, changing suchwise parasite’s energy metabolism. This leads to its death. Ivermectin refers to compounds, which are produced by Streptomices avermitis. Ivermectin’s mode of action on parasite’s body centers around secretion stimulation of GABA (gamma-amino-butyric acid), which binds to special receptors of nerve endings, blocking nerve impulses and causing paralysis and death of a parasite.

Kloziver (10 ml) inj

$23.98 $21.58
Kloziver (closantel,ivermectin) injectable
Kloziver is a combination drug, comprising closantel and ivermectin. Closantel is a salicylamide’s derivative, providing antiparasitic action. Closantel’s mode of action centers around inhibition of oxidative phosphorylation. Specific action centers around ATP stimulation, leading to stopping of a phosphorylation process and electrons’ transfer, changing suchwise parasite’s energy metabolism. This leads to its death. Ivermectin refers to compounds, which are produced by Streptomices avermitis. Ivermectin’s mode of action on parasite’s body centers around secretion stimulation of GABA (gamma-amino-butyric acid), which binds to special receptors of nerve endings, blocking nerve impulses and causing paralysis and death of a parasite.

Closan 5% euro (10 ml) *inj

$18.99 $17.09
Closan 5% (closantel) injectable

Prevention and treatment of cattle and small ruminants from the following diseases

Closantel blocks the phosphorylation process (formation of ATP) in the body of parasites through interference in the process of transporting electrons, changing energy me­tabolism, resulting in the death of parasites.
Closantel has a wide range of actions, effective in the treatment of parasitic diseases of cattle and small rumi­nants caused by nematodes, trematodes, and arthropods.
Closantel is rapidly absorbed after oral or intramuscular administration. The maximum concentration in the blood of sheep is reached after 8-24 hours after administration, the blood of cattle – 24-48 hours.
The half-decomposi­tion is approximately 12-15 days. Most part of the used closantel is concentrated in the lungs and kid­neys, and the main way of its metabolism is renewable deionization.

Closan 5% euro (250 ml) *inj

$65.99 $59.39
Closan 5% (closantel) injectable

Prevention and treatment of cattle and small ruminants from the following diseases

Closantel blocks the phosphorylation process (formation of ATP) in the body of parasites through interference in the process of transporting electrons, changing energy me­tabolism, resulting in the death of parasites.
Closantel has a wide range of actions, effective in the treatment of parasitic diseases of cattle and small rumi­nants caused by nematodes, trematodes, and arthropods.
Closantel is rapidly absorbed after oral or intramuscular administration. The maximum concentration in the blood of sheep is reached after 8-24 hours after administration, the blood of cattle – 24-48 hours.
The half-decomposi­tion is approximately 12-15 days. Most part of the used closantel is concentrated in the lungs and kid­neys, and the main way of its metabolism is renewable deionization.

Closan 5% euro (100 ml) *inj

$34.89 $31.40
Closan 5% (closantel) injectable
cattle: – fasciolosis (Fasciola hepatica, mature and late larval forms); – nematodes (adult and larval forms Bunostomum spp., Haemonchus сontortus, Haemonchus placei, and Oesophagostomum radiatum); – hypodermis caused by the larvae of subcutaneous gadfly Hypoderma spp.;
sheep, goats: – fasciolosis (Fasciola hepatica, mature and late larval forms); – nematodes (adult and larval forms Bunostomum spp., Haemonchus сontortus, Haemonchus placei, and Oesophagostomum radiatum, Chabertia ovina); – oestrosis (Oestrosis ovis).