Baymec Pasta Plus is an apple flavored paste for the treatment and control of roundworms, taenias, maggots and Parascaris equorum in horses.
Each gram of paste contains:
Abamectina 4 mg
praziquantel 50 mg
Oxfendazole 200 mg
Syringe 30 gr.
Oral use only. Read the instructions before use.
Abamectina 0.2 mg, 2.5 mg and Oxfendazole Praziquantel 10 mg / kg.
BODY WEIGHT DOSE
100 kg 5 g
200 kg 10 g
300 g 15 kg
400 kg 20 g
500 g 25 kg
600 kg 30 g
MODE OF ACTION:
- Abamectin stimulates the release of the neurotransmitter GABA in the roundworm, increasing the membrane permeability of neurons to chloride ion. Normal nerve transmission is inhibited which causes paralysis and death of the parasite.
- Praziquantel affects taenias fixing the host tissue damage causing paralysis espÃ¡stica.TambiÃ©n the integument and as a result increases the permeability of the membrane to certain cations. The taenias are destroyed in situ.
- Oxfendazole destroys Parascaris equorum resistant to Abamectin by inhibiting tubulin synthesis in the parasite turn cause starvation.
Baymec Pasta Plus is indicated for the treatment and control of parasites in horses as
Ascarids: Parascaris equorum (mature and immature).
Small strongyles: .... Cyathostomun spp, Gyalocephalus spp, Cylicostephanus spp, Cylicocylus spp (mature and immature) included Benzimidazoles resistant strains.
Large strongyles: Strongylus vulgaris (mature and arterial larval stages), Strongylus edentatus (mature and tissue stages), Strongylus equinus (mature), Triodontophorus spp . (mature).
dermatoses and skin larvae: Habronema (mature). Also skin lesions caused by cutaneous larvae Habronema and Draschia spp . (sore summer).
Vermes hairlike: Trichostrongylus axei . (mature)
Roundworms: Strongyloides westeri (mature).
Small intestinal worms: Oxyuris equi (adult and immature).
lungworms: Dictyocaulus arnfieldi (mature and immature).
Taenia: Anoplocephala perfoliata (mature and immature) (scolex and segments).
larvae migrate : larvae Gastrophilus spp . (oral and gastric stages).
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION:
Select the correct dose by turning the piston ring. Remove the cap from the syringe and insert the syringe into the horse's mouth, in the space between the front and back teeth. Advance the syringe as you can on the horse's mouth over the tongue and push the plunger completely to administer the full dose. Place the dough on the back of the tongue and immediately lift the horse's head, holding for a few seconds to ensure that the horse swallow the whole dose.
The booster dose should be administered every 6-8 weeks in young horses and those susceptible horses.
When good control measures are used to reduce reinfestation, mature horses only require three to four treatments per year.
Baymec Pasta Plus contains Abamectina, a member of the group of macrocyclic lactones Family Avermectin / Milbemycin; Praziquatel cestocidal a highly effective specific compound, and Oxfendazole, a member of the family of benzimidazoles. Baymec Plus Pasta is effective against all pests susceptible to these two families.
However, resistance can develop with any anthelmintic. It is recommended that the stress tests are regularly conducted by using any deworming.
METHODS FOR CONTROL OF PARASITES IN HORSES:
â€¢ deworm regularly.
â€¢ Always deworm new horses to introduce and cuarentene for at least 24 hours (preferably 48 hours) before introducing horses to the paddock with other horses.
â€¢ Treat all horses before mobilize a new group.
â€¢ treat all horses grazing at the same time.
â€¢ Pick up feces regularly once a week, preferably twice a week (this is practical in small paddocks).
â€¢ Perform rotational grazing horses with sheep and / or cattle. This helps reduce the larvae of worms in the grass / egg populations of all parasites of horses. Use food containers or cribs, avoid giving food on the floor.
â€¢ Regularly remove fly eggs, horse hair.
HOW OFTEN you SHOULD worming your horse?
â€¢ It depends on many factors such as the number of horses grazing together, the number of paddocks where horses are grazed, size of pasture and whether control measures (mentioned above) are used.
â€¢ For individualized recommendation proper deworming schedule, see your veterinarian.
â€¢ the resistance to a dewormer or anthelmintic may develop in any species of worms that infect horses. Consult your veterinarian to test the effectiveness of your deworming if necessary.
HORSE AGE CLASS RECOMMENDED TREATMENT
Pony up to 6 months. First treatment at 6-8 weeks of age. Booster every 6 weeks.
Horses 6-36 months. Regular treatment every 6-8 weeks.
Depending on the medium intensity.
Mature Horses grazing in an area> 3 years. Treat every 8 weeks.
Reasonable ground with few horses and when control measures are used.
Mature Horses in intensive> 3 years grazing. Treat every 6 weeks.
With other horses.
Mature Horses grazing for their> 3 years. Treat every 12 weeks.
Has large areas.
Yeguas pregnant any age. Treat 2-3 weeks before farrowing and until weaning.
SAFETY BAYMEC PASTA PLUS :
Baymec Pasta Plus is safe to use in all kinds and types of horses. This includes Colts 6-8 weeks old, stallions, pregnant mares (at any stage of gestation) and lactating mares.
The product is very toxic to aquatic organisms, avoid contamination of any water supply with product or empty container. Harmful to the ground.
Harmful to terrestrial vertebrates. Toxic to terrestrial invertebrates.
Avoid excess waste to the environment of the product and packaging.
Handle with care. It may be harmful if swallowed. Wash hands and skin
exposed before eating and after using the product. It can cause eye irritation.
Avoid contact with eyes. Repeated exposure can cause allergies.
Oxfendazole and Abamectina can possibly affect the development and / or reproduction. The Abamectina may have effects on the path of lactation. The Oxfendazole (liver) and Abamectina (Nervous System) can possibly cause organ damage from repeated exposure to high doses.
Burn empty container.
Horses that are intended to produce meat or offal for human consumption must not be slaughtered during treatment or during the period of 63 days from the previous treatment.
Store in a cool, dry place below 30 Â° C, protected from light.
Consult your veterinarian. Your purchase requires a medical prescription.
*Make sure to consult your Veterinarian before buying any medication.