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Instructions for use tetramisole 10 for birds


Helminthiasis, or more simply, parasitic worms, called worms or worms, is found in humans, animals, and even plants. Birds, including agricultural, are no exception. The defeat of the body of poultry worms often leads to a number of negative consequences, and in particularly neglected cases, to the death of a bird. One of the effective means to combat this disease is tetramisole, the instructions for use of which can be found below.

Symptoms of the presence of worms in birds

By signs the fact that birds have got worms, can serve the following symptoms:

  1. Weight loss, a sharp decrease in body weight.
  2. Decrease in productivitysoftness of the eggshell.
  3. Inflammatory processes in the small intestine.
  4. Liquid excrement yellow color.
  5. Lethargy, apathy, lethargy, lack of appetite.
  6. Birds like chickens and turkeys are observed. blanching comb.
Homemade chicken with chickens

To eliminate and prevent conditionscaused by damage to the body of poultry worms, often used well-proven drug tetramisole, which has a broad anthelmintic effect.

Indications for use tetramisole

Helminthiasis in poultry can manifest itself quite widely, depending on the type of parasite that has settled in the host. Worms can parasitize various organs. - lungs, gastrointestinal tract, oviducts, mucous membranes. The most common worms such as roundworms, pinworms, tracheal worms, capillaries or nematodes.

Worm larvae are able to penetrate the eggs, which can lead to human infection. Do not eat the same meat infected with parasites birds.

Tetramisole is used as an anthelmintic for prophylactic purposes., as well as for the treatment of birds from worms. Birds contained in clean cages are less susceptible to parasites than poultry with limited walking space. However, prophylactically, the drug should be given twice a year, and if necessary, de-worming individual individuals additionally.

Tetramisole in granules

The drug is a relatively safe anthelmintic drugs, with moderate toxicity, without causing in the recommended dose of embryotoxic, teratogenic and mutagenic action. After using the drug by mouth, tetramisole is rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal system, reaching the maximum concentration in tissues and organs after 60 minutes after administration and maintaining the concentration level during the day. Excretion of the drug from the body occurs mostly with urine and to a lesser extent with fecal masses.

Composition and release form

Available drug in the form of granules and powder. Granules of various shapes, ranging in size from 0.2mm to 3mm, are light dirty yellow in color, packaged in polyethylene-coated bags or cans with a capacity of 50g, 100g, I50g, 200g, 250g, 500g, I000g and 5000g. By release form Tetramisole differs from 10% and 20%, where 10gr and 20gr of the main active ingredient, tetramisol hydrochloride, are the share of 100g of funds. Tetramisole powder It also has a dosage of 10% and 20%, is a homogeneous powder of gray-white light color. Tetramisole is packaged in powder form in cans or bags with different capacities from 50g to 5kg.

Tetramisole powder

Doses and method of use, instructions

The drug is given once during the morning feeding of poultry. Preliminary preparation for receiving tetramisole - The use of laxatives or diet is not required. In the case of tetramisole for the treatment of individual birds, the drug diluted with water is orally administered using a dosing syringe. With group deworming the drug is thoroughly mixed with compound feed at the rate of 5g per bird or 50-100gr of feed mixed with the medication. The finished mixture is evenly distributed in the trough with free access to food of the entire population.

During the treatment of domestic poultry tetramisole can not be slaughtered earlier than 10 days after taking the drug. Eggs can be used in food after 4 days from the moment of deworming.

Side effects

At observance of the dose recommended by the producer, good transfer of tetramisole is observed in domestic birds without identifying any anomalies. Even an accidental excess of the recommended dose of up to 15 times does not have a toxic effect on farm birds.


Animals and birds with infectious diseases that are not associated with helminthic invasion are not subject to deworming until complete recovery. In addition, the tool can not be used in birds with impaired renal function and liver. The simultaneous use of tetramisole together with organophosphate drugs is prohibited., as well as with the preparations of Pirantel and Morantel.

Success in the field of poultry farming is directly dependent on such indicators as the volume and quality of products produced. Achieve high strips can only be fostered fully healthy animals. The absence of parasitic organisms in poultry is one of the key factors affecting the health of domestic birds.