Sipertek Concentrate for Dip Emulsion is a pale yellow – yellowish, clear emulsion. Each ml contains 100 mg of cypermethrin.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
Sipertek Concentrate for Dip Emulsion is used in cattle, sheep and goats against lice (Damalinia bovis, D. ovis, D. caprae, Linognathus vituli, L. ovillus, L. pedalis, Haematopinus eurysternus), biting and irritant flies (Haematobia irritans, Hydrotaea irritans, Phlebotomus sp., Simulium sp., Tabanidae, Glossina sp., musca species, Melophagus ovinus, ticks (Boophilus sp., Ixodes sp., Hyalomma sp., Haemaphysalis sp., Dermacentor sp., Rhipicephalus sp., Otobius megnini, Ornithodoros sp.), skin myiasis factors and mange infestations.
ADMINISTRATION ROUTES AND AMOUNTS
Shake the bottle gently before use. Unless advised otherwise by the veterinarian, it is used as bath, washing or spraying. The application solution is prepared by directly adding the drug to the water. 0.1 - 0.2 % solutions are used against tick, mange, lice and flies. Depending on the type of parasite and application method, administration routes and amounts are given in the table below:
Application by spraying: The drug is diluted like suggested above and diluted emulsion is applied by spraying with a back pump to the related area until the skin is wet. Single application is effective for 2 - 4 weeks.
Suggestions for bathing: The filling capacity of the bath should be exactly determined. When the water level in the bath decreases by 10%, the decreasing amount should be reinforced. For this, 100 ml of Sipertek is added to 100 liters of water, and this solution is kept ready aside with enough water to supply the bath. Always keep the animals in bathroom for 1 minute and their heads should be immersed in the bath at least once. Bathing should not be applied on rainy days. The application should be repeated if the animals are exposed to severe rain within 24 hours after bathing. Tired, exhausted and thirsty animals should not be bathed. A suitable place should be prepared for pouring the bath water remaining on the animals afterwards and the bath should be designed so that the water spilled over the animals can be returned to the bath.
Cattle, sheep and goat should not be slaughtered for human consumption during the treatment and for 14 days following the last treatment. Cow milk should not be used for human consumption during the treatment and for 15 days (30 milkings) following the last treatment. Sheep and goat milk should not be used for human consumption during the treatment and for 10 days (20 milkings) following the last treatment. Due to its long withdrawal period in milk, it is not recommended to administer this drug to cow, sheep and goats producing milk for human consumption.
Sold as 100 ml in white colored coex bottles inside cardboard boxes and 500 ml, 1 L, 5 L and 20 L in white colored coex bottles without boxes.