Veterinary Medicine API BP/USP Grade CAS 54965-21-8 Raw Material Powder Albendazole
Chemical & Physical Properties:
CAS NO: 54965-21-8
Molecular Formular: C12H15N3O2S
HS Code: 29332990
Melting Point : 208-210 °C
Storage Temp.: 0-6°C
Off white powder; odorless
Loss on drying
Albendazole is slightly soluble in acetone or chloroform, but insoluble in water; Albendazole is also slightly soluble in hot diluted hydrochloric acid, and soluble in methanol, ethanol, and acetic acid.
Rats by oral administration: LD50: 2.4g/kg; sheep by oral administration:
1. Albendazole is highly effective broad spectrum anthelmintic drugs, is benzimidazole deworming drugs in the broader spectrum.
2. Albendazole is highly active against nematodes, schistosomes, tapeworms, but also significantly inhibited the development of eggs.
3. Albendazole on parasitic nematodes in a variety of animals, schistosomes, tapeworms and cysticerci also has a significant role in repelling.
4. Albendazole is applied to get rid of roundworm, pinworm, hookworm, whipworm, can also be used for deworming livestock.
Usage and dosage:
Roundworm disease and pinworm disease: take 400mg daily per time.
Hookworm disease, whipworm disease, stercoralis disease: take 400mg each time, 2 times a day, continue for 3 days.
Trichinella spirallis disease, take 600mg or 800mg daily in 2 times; a course of treatment is one week.
Neurocysticercosis take daily 18mg/kg in 2 times of oral administration; 10 days is a course of treatment; you can also extend the course to one month according to the specific disease situation.
Hydatid disease: take 20mg/kg daily in 2 times of oral administration with the course being 1 month; it usually needs multiple times of treatment.
Package: 25 kg/drum