Zoetis Quest Plus Gel for Horses with Worms, 1 syringe, 0.05 ouncesBy Quest
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The active ingredients in Quest Plus Equine Oral Gel include praziquantel and moxidectin. Praziquantel increases the permeability of the tapeworm membrane to cations like calcium, causing contraction and paralysis of the parasite's muscles. Moxidectin paralyzes and eliminates parasites by interfering with chloride channel-mediated neurotransmission.
Who is Zoetis Quest Plus Gel for Horses with Worms, 1 syringe, 0.05 ounces for?
Why use Zoetis Quest Plus Gel for Horses with Worms, 1 syringe, 0.05 ounces?
Tapeworms, stomach bots, large mouth stomach worms, pinworms, ascarids, encysted cyathostomes, small strongyles, and large strongyles are all treated and controlled with Quest Plus Gel Horse Wormer, which contains 12.5 percent praziquantel and 2 percent moxidectin. Strongyle egg production is suppressed for up to 84 days after a single treatment. Every syringe has a certain dial for precise dosage, and the syringe is calibrated in 50-pound increments for this reason. A single injection is adequate to treat a horse weighing under 1,500 pounds.
How does Zoetis Quest Plus Gel for Horses with Worms, 1 syringe, 0.05 ounces work?
Praziquantel and moxidectin are the active components in this gel composition. Praziquantel produces extreme contraction and ultimately paralysis of the tapeworm's muscles by increasing the permeability of the tapeworm's membrane to cations like calcium. Because of this paralysis, the parasite is unable to connect to the host's intestinal wall. Detached tapeworms are either removed by feces or killed by the immune system of the host. Moxidectin is a harmless chemical that acts by interfering with parasite neurotransmission via chloride channels, causing parasite paralysis and eventual removal while having no impact on the neurological system of the mammalian host.
moxidectin / praziquantel
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What are the side effects of Zoetis Quest Plus Gel for Horses with Worms, 1 syringe, 0.05 ounces?
No known side effects have been reported.
What special precautions are there?
Notify your veterinarian if the animal exhibits indications of exposure, such as inflammation. In the event of inadvertent eye contact, flush with water several times. Contaminated hands and skin should be thoroughly cleaned with soap and water. Induce vomiting if you accidentally consume this product. Do not consume.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Zoetis Quest Plus Gel for Horses with Worms, 1 syringe, 0.05 ounces?
Keep in a dry environment at room temperature between 59-77° F (25°C).
Make sure that the animal's mouth is empty before you give it the medicine. Take the cap off of the syringe. Save the cap for later. Put the end of the syringe into the animal's mouth at the space between its teeth. Push down on the plunger until it stops, putting the gel onto the back of its tongue. Remove the syringe from its mouth and raise its head slightly so it will swallow; then replace the cap on top of it.
1) Make sure the animal's mouth is clear of any food. 2) Remove the cap from the syringe's end. Keep the cap for later use. 3) Insert the syringe tip between the animal's teeth into the animal's mouth. 4) Gently press the plunger down until the gel is deposited on the back of the tongue. 5) Remove the syringe from the animal's mouth and slightly elevate the animal's head to ensure the gel is swallowed. 6) Put the syringe top back on. Per kilogram of body weight, provide 0.4mg moxidectin and 2.5mg praziquantel.
moxidectin / praziquantel