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Broadline Spot-on Cats (2,5 - 7,5 kg) - 3 pipette antiparassitarie Broadline Spot-on Cats (2.5 - 7.5 kg) - 3 Antiparasitic Pipettes
BROADLINE spot-on solution for cats <2.5 kg BROADLINE spot-on solution for cats of 2.5 - 7.5 kg Marketing Authorization Holder: MERIAL 29, Avenue Tony Garnier, FR-69007 LYON, France. Manufacturer responsible for series release: MERIAL 4 Chemin du Calquet, FR-31300Toulouse, France ACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND OTHER INGREDIENTS Each dosed unit (applicator) contains: BROADLINE spot-on solution volume dosage unit (ml) Fipronil (mg) S-methoprene (mg) Eprinomectin (mg) Praziquantel (mg) Cats <2.5 kg 0.3 24.9 30.0 1.20 24.9 Cats of 2.5-7.5 kg 0.9 74.7 90.0 3.60 74.7 Excipient: Butylhydroxytoluene. INDICATIONS: For infested or endangered cats with cestodes, nematodes and ectoparasites. The veterinary medicinal product is especially indicated if all three groups are targeted at the same time. Ectoparasites - Treatment and prophylaxis of flea infestations (Ctenocephalides felis). Removes fleas within 24 hours of application. A treatment provides protection against a new infestation for at least a month. - Prevention of flea contamination by inhibiting the development of fleas in all stages of development (eggs, larvae and pupae) for more than a month. - The product may be part of the treatment strategy for the control of allergic flea-induced dermatitis (DAP). - Treatment and prophylaxis of tick infestations (Ixodes ricinus). Removes ticks within 48 hours of application. A treatment provides protection against a new infestation for up to 3 weeks. Cestodes - Treatment of flatworm infestations (cestodes) (Dipylidium caninum, Taenia taeniaeformis, Echinococcus multilocularis). adults of Toxocara leonina and Ancyclostoma brazilienze). - Treatment of bladder worm infestations (Capillaria plica). - Prevention of heartworm disease (larvae of Dirofilaria immitis) for one month. CONTRAINDICATIONS Do not use in sick animals (eg systemic diseases, fever) or in convalescence. Not used for rabbits. Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any of the excipients. SIDE EFFECTS After treatment, the fur may temporarily become sticky at the site of application. This is normal and resolves on its own. Mild and transient skin reactions may occur at the site of application of the product (local alopecia, pruritus) which will disappear without treatment. If the cat licks the fur after treatment, temporary excessive salivation may be observed. Ingestion of the product may lead to vomiting and / or transient neurological symptoms such as ataxia, disorientation, apathy, and pupil dilation. All these symptoms resolve spontaneously within 24 hours. Proper application minimizes the occurrence of these reactions. If you notice any serious effects or other effects not mentioned in this leaflet, please inform your veterinarian. TARGET SPECIES: Cats ROUTE AND METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION: Spot-on administration. The recommended minimum doses are 10 mg / kg body weight for fipronil, 12 mg / kg for (S) -methoprene, 0.5 mg / kg for eprinomectin and 10 mg / kg for praziquantel. The product should only be used if the mixed infestation is confirmed or if there is a risk of mixed infestation with ectoparasites and nematodes (including for the prevention of heartworm disease) and when concomitant treatment against cestodes is indicated. In the absence of the risk of concomitant contamination, a parasiticide with a restricted spectrum of action is recommended as the first treatment solution. The indication for use should be adapted to the cat's needs as determined by the clinical evaluation, the animal's lifestyle and the local epidemiological situation (including zoonotic risks where appropriate) so that it is used exclusively in situations of infestation or risk of mixed infestation. Treatment should not be extrapolated from one animal to another without the advice of a veterinarian. To prevent cardiovascular heartworm disease (larvae of Dirofilaria immitis), the product should be applied 1 month before the first exposure to mosquitoes. ADVICE ON CORRECT ADMINISTRATION Choose the right applicator based on your cat's weight. Use scissors to cut the blister along the dotted line, then pull on the foil. Remove the applicator from the package and hold it upside down. Slowly pull the plunger back, turn and remove the cover. Path through the fur in the middle of the neck, between the base of the skull and the shoulder blades so that the skin is visible. Place the tip of the applicator on the skin and apply the entire contents directly to the skin in one place. The product should be applied to dry skin in areas where the cat cannot swim. When it comes to long fur, you have to increased attention to the application of the product directly on the skin and not on the fur to ensure optimum effectiveness. STORAGE Keep out of the reach and sight of children. Store in the original carton in order to protect from light. Do not use this veterinary product after the expiry date which is stated on the carton after EXP. Special precautions for each target species: Ensure that animals do not lick each other after treatment. After treatment, ticks are generally killed within 48 hours of infestation without performing hematophagous activity. However, it is possible for some ticks to remain on the animal and for this reason, the transmission of infectious diseases cannot be completely ruled out. No data are available on the effect of bathing / shampooing on the effectiveness of the product in cats. Contact of the animal with water for a short time once a month after application of the product is unlikely to significantly reduce the effectiveness of the product. However, as a precaution, bathing the animal for 2 days after treatment is not recommended. Flatworm infestation can recur if intermediate hosts such as fleas, mice, etc. are not controlled. Resistance of parasites to a particular class of antiparasitic drugs may develop as a result of frequent use of a compound of that class. Therefore, the available information on the current susceptibility of the target species should be taken into account in order to limit the possibility of a future selection of resistance. Cats that live in areas endemic to cardiovascular heartworm disease or those that have traveled to such areas may be infected with adult heartworms. Although the product can be administered to cats infected with adult heartworms, no therapeutic effect has been established against adult heartworms Dirofilaria immitis. Therefore, it is recommended that all cats aged 6 months or over 6 months, living in areas endemic for cardiovascular heartworm disease, be tested to see if they are infested with adult heartworms before applying the prophylactic product. Special precautions for use in animals: Exclusively for spot-on application. Do not inject, do not administer orally or by any other route of administration. Avoid contact with cat eyes. The safety of BROADLINE has not been tested for intervals of less than 2 weeks or in kittens weighing less than 0.6 kg and / or aged 7 weeks. BROADLINE is not intended for use in dogs. Certain breeds of dogs may have an increased susceptibility to macrocyclic lactones, which may produce neurotoxic effects. Ingestion by breeds such as Collies, English Shepherd Dogs and mixed or related breeds should be avoided. Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the veterinary medicinal product to animals: Do not smoke, drink or eat while handling the product. Wash hands thoroughly after use. Avoid contact of fingers with the contents of the applicator. If this happens, wash with soap and water. In case of accidental contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water as the product may cause slight eye irritation. If eye irritation persists or side effects occur, seek medical advice and show the product leaflet or the label to the physician. Avoid handling the animal until the place where the product has been applied is dry, and children should not play with the animals during this period. That is why it is recommended that recently treated animals do not sleep with their owners, especially with children. People with known hypersensitivity to any of the active substances or excipients should not handle this veterinary medicinal product. Pregnancy and lactation: The safety of the veterinary medicinal product has not been established during pregnancy and lactation. Laboratory studies for each active substance in rats and rabbits did not show teratogenic, feto-toxic, maternal-toxic effects. Use only in accordance with the risk / benefit assessment of the veterinarian. Overdose: The safety of use in healthy kittens aged 7 weeks or older who have received a dose up to 5 times the maximum permitted dose (eg up to 15 times the recommended dose), treated up to 6 times, has been demonstrated. at four-week intervals. Safety in use has also been demonstrated in healthy adult cats treated 3 times at 2-week intervals at a dose of up to 5 times the recommended dose. Transient neurological signs such as ataxia, disorientation, apathy and dilated pupils may be seen, which usually resolve spontaneously the next day - see their description in section 6. Cats infected with adults with heartworm disease have tolerated up to 3 times the maximum allowable dose (e.g. up to 9 times the recommended dose), 3 treatments every 4 weeks without any side effects.DISPOSAL OF UNUSED PRODUCTS OR WASTE MATERIALS, IF APPROPRIATE Medicines should not be disposed of via lake, watercourses or ditches due to danger to fish and other aquatic organisms. Ask your veterinarian for information on how to dispose of medicines no longer required.