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Audevard Imaverol 100ml (Equine/Farm/Canine) (POM-VPS)

Treatment of ringworm for dogs, cattle and horses.

Imaverol is a 100mg/ml Enilconazole concentrate for cutaneous emulsion. Enilconazole is an antifungal medicine that works against fungi that cause skin infections. 

  £29.99

Imaverol is a 100mg/ml Enilconazole concentrate for cutaneous emulsion. Enilconazole is an antifungal medicine that works against fungi that cause skin infections. 

For a complete cure, it is necessary to eliminate both the fungi and the spores:

X Fungi

  • To accelerate the recovery of animals with lesions and prevent secondary bacterial infections
  • To prevent hair loss
  • For a healthy skin and coat

X Spores

  • To reduce contamination of the environment and equipment
  • To minimise the risk of transmission to other animals or humans
  • To stop the ringworm cycle

It is therefore strongly recommended to treat:

  • Animals with lesions
  • Animals who have been in contact with carrier animals
  • The environment (equipment, habitat etc).

What is Ringworm?

Ringworm is a skin infection caused by various species of microscopic fungi. It can affect cats, dogs, horses and other animals. These fungi produce spores, which are microscopic structures that allow the fungi to spread over the animal's coat and throughout its habitat.

These spores can live for up to 2 years in the environment, ensuring the surivival of the species and enabling recontamination.

Life cycle of the fungi:

  1. Animals are contaminated by spores
  2. Once the spores are on the animal, the fungi will grow into the epidermis. These fungi feed on keratin, a protein found in the hairs and skin
  3. The fungi reach the hairs and produce spores. Hairs that have been weakened by the fungi and filled with spores fall out and become a source of contamination

Any animal can be affected by ringowrm but animals that are immunosuppressed, living in a group, stressed, or have micro-abrasions or lesions on the epidermis are at greatest risk of infection.

Beware: Ringworm is a zoonosis, which means it can be transmitted from animals to humans

In humans, it causes reddish-coloured lesions that are itchy. These lesions are mainly found in areas of the body in frequent contact with animals (hands, arms, neck, face).

Transmission & Symptoms of Ringworm

Ringworm is very contagious. Animals or humans are contanimated by spores, which may be present on the following:

  • Textile
  • Humans
  • Equipment
  • Environment
  • Animals carrying spores (with or without lesions)

Ringworm is not always easy to recognise. The "typical" appearance is round patchs of hair loss, but rarer forms also exist.

Generally, ringowrm lesions in animals do not cause itching. These lesions are often localised but can also spread over the whole body.

Beware:

  • Infected animals may be refused entry at events or competitions
  • The hairs that grow back following a lesion may be a different colour to the animal's original coat colour

Many aniamls develop no skin symptoms. They are known as asymptomatic carriers but they can be a source of contagion.

Diagnosis & Treatment

If you suspect ringworm, consult your veterinarian who will be able to make a diagnosis and who will perform additional tests if necessary, such as:

  • An examination of the animal's coat using a Wood's lamp
  • An examination of the hairs under the microscope
  • Hair samples to be sent off to a specialised laboratory, or a biopsy can be performed

It is essential that treatment is started once ringworm has been diagnosed. This will allow:

  • Acceleration of lesion resolution in the affected animal
  • Reduction of environmental contamination
  • Minimise the risk of transmission to other animals or humans

The entire body of the animal should be treated, even if the lesions are localised, to eliminate the spores that can be scattered all over the skin and into the hair follicles.

Environmental decontamination may also be recommended by your veterinarian to reduce the risk of recurrence and transmission to other animals and humans.

Withdrawal Periods for Imaverol

Cattle: Meat - zero days
Cattle: Milk - zero hours
Horse: Meat - zero days
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Manufacturer Audevard
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Presentation Liquid
Suitable for use during pregnancy? Yes
Warnings Special precautions for use in animals: The solution must be diluted before use. For external use only. Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the veterinary medicinal product to animals: Wear suitable protective clothing including impermeable rubber gloves and safety glasses. If the concentrated solution comes into contact with the skin, remove any contaminated clothing immediately and wash skin generously with soap and water. In the event of accidental eye exposure, flush eye thoroughly with running water. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. In the event of accidental ingestion, flush mouth with plenty of running water and seek medical advice. Wash hands after use.
Show Me Products Safe for Lactating Mares, Safe for Pregnant Mares
My Horse Has... Ringworm
Agreement File imaverol.pdf
Instructions for use For topical use only. To be prepared and administered in adequately ventilated surroundings.
The concentrated Imaverol solution should be diluted by adding 1 part to 50 parts warm water to provide a 2 mgl/ml emulsion.
Dermatophytes will extend into the hair follicles. Possible crusts must therefore be removed with a hard brush which has been soaked in the diluted Imaverol emulsion.
It is highly recommended that the animal is sprayed entirely at the first treatment so as to reach the subclinical lesions as well.
Cattle: depending on the nature of the lesions, cattle should be treated 3 to 4 times at 3-day intervals. The animals should either be washed with the diluted emulsion or the emulsion should be applied to them with a sprayer or high-pressure cleaning unit.
Horses: the lesions and surrounding skin should be washed with diluted emulsion 4 times at 3-day intervals.
Dogs: the animals should be washed with the diluted emulsion 4 times at 3-day intervals. While doing this, one should rub thoroughly in the direction opposite to the hair growth to make sure that the skin is thoroughly wet. For the same reason, it is recommended that long haired dogs be clipped before treatment.
Alternatively dogs may be dipped thoroughly in a bath containing the prepared emulsion.
Legal Category POM-VPS (Prescription-only medicine). Please answer the questions above.
Adverse Reaction If your horse has had an adverse reaction to this, or any other wormer, please fill in the VMD Adverse Event Form
Wormer Information For the latest, up to date information about Imaverol, please see the NOAH Compendium
Active Ingredient Enilconazole (100mg/ml)
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