No need for two syringes Equest Pramox is the longest lasting and most effective horse wormer
Pramox is a palatable Gel the same as Equest wormer
Pramox us ideal to use in Spring and Autumn
Pramox gives Tapeworm 6 months protection
Pramox gives 13 weeks protection from redworm
Pramox Is licensed for the use in foals from 6 1/2 months of age
PRAMOX SHOULD NOT BE USED ON PREGNANT OR LACTATING MARES
Each Equest Pramox wormer syringe will treat 575kg
Do not use Pramox for sick or neglected horses.
Equest Pramox contains Moxidectin and Praziquentel. Equest Pramox is a combination of two drugs in one horse wormer treats roundworm, tapeworm, bots, and encysted redworm larvae stages in horses.
Use Equest Pramox wormer alternately with Equest every quarter for a years complete worming programme. Thats just four single doses a year, one for each season!
EQUEST PRAMOX contains moxidectin, the unique active ingredient of EQUEST, and praziquantel, the drug of choice for the control of tapeworm.
• EQUEST PRAMOX is the only combination wormer licensed to control small redworms, including the inhibited and developing encysted small redworm larval stages, as well as other roundworm species, bots and all three species of tapeworm.
• EQUEST PRAMOX has the longest dosing interval of any combination wormer: 13-weeks. The active ingredient moxidectin prevents the reappearance of roundworm eggs in the horse’s dung for at least 90 days, which is longer than any other active (Jacobs D et al, 1995), (Parr S et al) this gives EQUEST PRAMOX its 13-week dosing interval.
• EQUEST PRAMOX is easy to administer in a palatable gel formula. EQUEST PRAMOX melts in your horse’s mouth to reduce the risk of being spat out. Presented in easy to use dial-a-dose syringes with 25kg graduations; this allows accurate dosing according to your horse’s weight.
• EQUEST PRAMOX has no confirmed resistance in horses in the UK or Ireland. EQUEST PRAMOX is licensed to control the increasingly prevalent benzimidazole (fenbendazole and mebendazole) resistant strains of small redworm. Making it a suitable treatment for new horses arriving at a yard.
• EQUEST PRAMOX is safe to use in horses and ponies, including stallions and mares*, and is licensed for use in foals from 6 ½ months.
* Not licensed for use in pregnant and lactating mares.
Advice on the use of this or alternative medicines must be sought from the medicine prescriber.
Together, EQUEST and EQUEST PRAMOX offer a simple, comprehensive and effective year-round worm control programme; protecting the health of your horse with a total of just 4 single doses a year.
Treatment for tapeworm is recommended every 6 months, in the spring and autumn (Proudman C, 1994), as such it is suggested that EQUEST PRAMOX is used during these seasons with EQUEST given in the summer and winter.
Alternatively, if you want to treat for tapeworm separately or if you are treating a pregnant or lactating mare, it is suggested you use the Equest and Equitape programme.
Equest Pramox Horse Wormer
Newish out, does a superb job with encysted rerworms
I love this it makes it easy to worm spring and autumn and then I can egg count to see if I need a wormer in the summer.
Pramox makes worming my horse easy. just alterate between equest and pramox every 3 months.
Dosage and administration
For oral administration. One 11.8g syringe contains sufficient gel to treat a 575kg horse at the recommended dose rate (0.4mg moxidectin per kg bodyweight and 2.5mg praziquantel per kg bodyweight). Each graduation on the calibrated syringe delivers sufficient gel to treat 25kg bodyweight. Use of a scale or weight tape is recommended to ensure accurate dosing. To avoid overdosing, care should be taken to accurately dose foals, especially low bodyweight foals or pony foals.
The recommended dosing interval for the control of small redworm is 13 weeks. For optimum control of bots, the product should be administered in the autumn, after the end of the fly season and before spring as the larvae may start to pupate and therefore are less sensitive to treatment.
Veterinary advice should be given on appropriate dosing programmes and stock management to achieve optimum parasite control.
Contra-indications, warnings, etc
Horses must not be slaughtered for human consumption within 64 days of treatment.
Do not administer to young foals less than 6.5 months of age.
Do not use in cases of hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients.
Do not use during pregnancy and lactation in mares.
EQUEST PRAMOX Oral Gel is formulated specifically for use in horses only. Dogs or cats may be adversely affected by the concentration of moxidectin in this product if they are allowed to ingest spilled gel or have access to used syringes.
Do not use the same syringe to treat more than one animal unless horses are running together or in direct contact with each other on the same premises.
This product may cause eye irritation, skin irritation and skin sensitisation.
Avoid direct contact with skin and eyes.
The use of protective gloves is recommended.
Wash hands or any exposed area after use.
Do not smoke, drink or eat while handling the product.
In the event of eye contact flush the eye with copious amounts of clean water and seek medical advice.
In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical help and show the doctor the package insert.
For animal treatment only.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Read entire package insert before use.
In order to limit the impact of moxidectin on dung fauna, and due to insufficient data regarding environmental risk of praziquantel, horses should not be turned out onto pasture within 3 days of treatment.
EQUEST PRAMOX Oral Gel is toxic to fish and aquatic organisms. Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with product or used syringes. Dispose of any unused product and empty syringes in accordance with guidance from your local waste regulation authority.
Do not store above 25°C.
Use within 6 months after opening.
Do not use after the expiry date stated on the carton after "EXP".
HDPE syringe containing 11.8 g of gel with graduated polypropylene plunger and LDPE cap
Parasite resistance to a particular class of anthelmintic may develop following frequent, repeated use of an anthelmintic of that class.
The veterinary surgeon should give advice regarding appropriate dosing programmes and stock management to achieve adequate parasite control for both tapeworm and roundworm infestations.
In the case of cestode treatment the dose of praziquantel in the product has been selected at the top end of the dosing range.
Flaccid lower lip, ataxia and swelling of the muzzle could be observed on rare occasions in young animals. These adverse effects are transient and disappear spontaneously. In adults transient adverse reactions may occur at 3 times the recommended dose. The symptoms are depression, inappetence, ataxia, flaccid lower lip in the 8 to 24 hours following treatment. Symptomatic treatment is not generally necessary and recovery is generally complete within 24 to 72 hours.
There is no specific antidote.
In case of very high worm burdens, destruction of the parasites may cause a mild transient colic and loose faeces in the treated horse.
EQUEST PRAMOX Oral Gel is specially formulated to be easily expelled by the syringe plunger. Once in the horse’s mouth, EQUEST PRAMOX Oral Gel liquefies. This facilitates dosing and reduces the risk of rejection