NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • COOPERS NILVERM PIG AND POULTRY WORMER
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • ORAL SOLUTION/SUSPENSION
  • Units in package:
  • 500mL,2.5L
  • Class:
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Medicine domain:
  • Animals
  • Medicine type:
  • Allopathic drug
  • Manufactured by:
  • INTERVET AUSTRALIA

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • COOPERS NILVERM PIG AND POULTRY WORMER
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • PIGS | POULTRY | BOAR | BREEDERS | BROILER | CHICKENS | CHICKS | CHOOKS | DAY OLD CHICKS | GILT | HATCHLINGS | LAYERS | PIGLET |
  • Therapeutic area:
  • anthelmintic
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • CAECAL WORM - HETERAKIS GALLINAE | HYOSTRONGYLUS RUBIDUS | KIDNEY WORM | LARGE INTESTINAL ROUNDWORM - A. SUUM | LUNGWORM - METASTRONGYLUS SPP. | NODULE WORM - OESOPHAGOSTOMUN DENTATUM | ROUNDWORM - ASCARIDIA GALLI | THREADWORM - CAPILLARIA SPP. | HAIR WORM | HETERAKIS GALLINARUM | LARGE ROUNDWORM | RED STOMACH WORM | ROUNDWORM
  • Product summary:
  • For the treatment of sensitive strains of round worms in pigs and poultry.Do not treat in extremely hot weather.

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered and available
  • Authorization number:
  • 36171/0602
  • Authorization date:
  • 18-06-2002
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

Patient Information leaflet: composition, indications, side effects, dosage, interactions, adverse reactions, pregnancy, lactation

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 1 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

500mL - FRONT PANEL

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

COOPERS®

NILVERM

®

PIG AND POULTRY WORMER

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 16 g/L LEVAMISOLE HYDROCHLORIDE

equivalent to 14 g/L LEVAMISOLE

For the Treatment

of Sensitive Strains

of Round Worms in

Pigs and Poultry

500 mL

PICTURE OF PIG

AND CHICKEN

COOPERS LOGO

Info

pest

Verified

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 2 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

500mL - RIGHT PANEL, LEFT COLUMN

FOR PIGS

Nilverm Pig and Poultry Wormer is effective in pigs against sensitive strains of mature and

immature Large Roundworms (Ascaris suum), Stomach Worm (Hyostrongylus rubidus),

Nodule Worm (Oesophagostomum dentamum), Lung Worm (Metastrongylus spp.) and

mature Kidney Worm (Stephanurus dentatus) (NSW and Queensland only).

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

Do not treat in extremely hot weather.

Administration ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer may be given as a drench or mixed with

the feed. The latter method is more convenient on most occasions.

Dose Rates for Pigs

1. Oral drench: 1 mL per 2 kg liveweight i.e. 5 mL per 10 kg.

Liveweight

kg

Dose

mL

Pack

Treats

Liveweight

kg

Dose

mL

Pack

Treats

51-60

11-20

61-70

21-30

71-80

31-40

81-90

41-50

91-100

Pigs heavier than 100 kg should be treated at the rate of 5 mL per 10 kg liveweight.

2. In feed: Calculate the quantity of ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer required and

measure out carefully. Thus 12 pigs of 40 kg each would weigh a total of 480 kg. At a dose

of 1 mL per 2 kg 240 mL of ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer would be required. Add the

‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer with sufficient water to just dampen the pellets, crushed

grain or mash normally supplied to the pigs for one meal and mix thoroughly.

3. In skim milk: Just add the required amount of ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer to the

milk and mix thoroughly.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD FOR PIGS

DO NOT USE less than 3 days before slaughter for human consumption.

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 3 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

500mL - RIGHT PANEL, RIGHT COLUMN

General Instructions

It is important that ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer be consumed quickly by the animals for

best results. To achieve this:

Have the pigs slightly hungry by giving a smaller feed than usual the previous evening.

Have ample feeding space available.

Treat groups of comparable sizes together to avoid the risk of small or weak pigs not

receiving their share of medicated feed.

For further information contact Coopers Customer Service on 1-800-226-511.

FOR POULTRY

‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer provides simultaneous treatment of the sensitive strains of

the three most important intestinal worms in fowls, turkeys and other birds.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

Do not treat in extremely hot weather

Administration

Mix with drinking water.

Dose rates for poultry

Dose

mL

Amount of Water to

be Added

mL

Liveweight

kg

1. For treatment of Large

Roundworm (Ascaridia galli), Caecal

Worm (Heterakis gallinae), and

Hairworm (Capillaria spp.)

1000

Critical Comment: For each additional 30 kg liveweight add 50mL of ‘Nilverm Pig and

Poultry Wormer’ to 1000mL of water.

2. For treatment of Large

Roundworm (Ascaridia galli) ONLY

1050

Critical Comment: For each additional 30 kg of liveweight add 36 mL of ‘Nilverm Pig

and Poultry Wormer’ to 1050 mL of water.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD FOR POULTRY

MEAT: DO NOT USE less than 7 days before slaughter for human consumption.

EGGS: NIL.

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 4 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

500mL - LEFT PANEL, LEFT COLUMN

General Instructions

Administration of drinking water.

For maximum efficiency against worms, the drinking water medicated with ‘Nilverm’ Pig and

Poultry Wormer must be consumed in the shortest possible time. Water should be withheld

from the birds 2 hours before nightfall. The required amount of medicated water is then

made available, so that the birds can start drinking it at daylight or when the lights are

turned on.

Replace the medicated water with fresh water as soon as it is all consumed or after 8 hours.

Treat broilers or other chickens raised under continuous lighting by withholding drinking

water for 1 hour in summer or 2 hours in winter, and then give medicated water as above.

Medicated water remaining in any tanks or reservoir should be flushed out with fresh water

when the treatment is concluded.

For best results with medicated drinking water

Administer

‘Nilverm’

Poultry

Wormer

drinkers

that

birds

accustomed to using and check that all the drinkers are working properly.

Avoid treating on a day when normal water consumption of a flock might be reduced by

a sudden drop in temperature.

‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer will not affect the growth rate or egg production of the

birds. Nor will it affect the fertility or the hatchability of eggs when used in accordance with

directions.

For further information contact Coopers Customer Service on 1-800-226-511.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS Harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

Wash hands after use.

FIRST AID If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre

(Phone 131126).

Additional information is in the Material Safety Data Sheet.

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 5 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

500mL - RIGHT PANEL, RIGHT COLUMN

SPECIALIST ADVICE IN EMERGENCY ONLY

Schering-Plough Pty Ltd

1 800 226 511

ALL HOURS - AUSTRALIA WIDE

Warranty

Schering-Plough Pty Ltd (SPPL) warrants that this product is of merchantable quality and fit for

its intended purpose. SPPL’s liability for any loss, including consequential losses or injury

caused by any act or omission, including negligent acts or omissions, by SPPL or its agent, is

limited to replacing or repairing the product at the option of SPPL. If possible, a sample of any

product causing concern should be retained or delivered to SPPL within 30 days for a scientific

examination.

Dispose of empty container by wrapping with paper and putting in garbage.

Store below 25

C (Air conditioning) in original container tightly closed in a safe place.

BATCH

EXPIRY

NRA Approval No. 36171/0602

COOPERS ANIMAL HEALTH

A division of Schering-Plough Animal Health Limited

11 Gibbon Road, Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153

® Coopers is a Schering-Plough Animal Health Limited Registered Trademark

® Nilverm is a Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V. Registered Trademark

© Schering-Plough Animal Health Limited 2002

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 6 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

2.5L - FRONT PANEL

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

COOPERS®

NILVERM

®

PIG AND POULTRY WORMER

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 16 g/L LEVAMISOLE HYDROCHLORIDE

equivalent to 14 g/L LEVAMISOLE

For the Treatment

of Sensitive Strains

of Round Worms in

Pigs and Poultry

2.5 L

PICTURE OF PIG

AND CHICKEN

COOPERS LOGO

DRUM

MUSTER

ELIGIBLE

CONTAINER

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 7 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

2.5 L - RIGHT PANEL, LEFT COLUMN

FOR PIGS

Nilverm Pig and Poultry Wormer is effective in pigs against sensitive strains of mature and

immature Large Roundworms (Ascaris suum), Stomach Worm (Hyostrongylus rubidus),

Nodule Worm (Oesophagostomum dentamum), Lung Worm (Metastrongylus spp.) and

mature Kidney Worm (Stephanurus dentatus) (NSW and Queensland only).

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

Do not treat in extremely hot weather.

Administration ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer may be given as a drench or mixed with

the feed. The latter method is more convenient on most occasions.

Dose Rates for Pigs

1. Oral drench: 1 mL per 2 kg liveweight i.e. 5 mL per 10 kg.

Liveweight

kg

Dose

mL

Pack

Treats

Liveweight

kg

Dose

mL

Pack

Treats

51-60

11-20

61-70

21-30

71-80

31-40

81-90

41-50

91-100

Pigs heavier than 100 kg should be treated at the rate of 5 mL per 10 kg liveweight.

2. In feed: Calculate the quantity of ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer required and

measure out carefully. Thus 12 pigs of 40 kg each would weigh a total of 480 kg. At a dose

of 1 mL per 2 kg 240 mL of ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer would be required. Add the

‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer with sufficient water to just dampen the pellets, crushed

grain or mash normally supplied to the pigs for one meal and mix thoroughly.

3. In skim milk: Just add the required amount of ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer to the

milk and mix thoroughly.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD FOR PIGS

DO NOT USE less than 3 days before slaughter for human consumption.

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 8 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

2.5 L - RIGHT PANEL, RIGHT COLUMN

General Instructions

It is important that ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer be consumed quickly by the animals for

best results. To achieve this:

Have the pigs slightly hungry by giving a smaller feed than usual the previous evening.

Have ample feeding space available.

Treat groups of comparable sizes together to avoid the risk of small or weak pigs not

receiving their share of medicated feed.

For further information contact Coopers Customer Service on 1-800-226-511.

FOR POULTRY

‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer provides simultaneous treatment of the sensitive strains of

the three most important intestinal worms in fowls, turkeys and other birds.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

Do not treat in extremely hot weather

Administration

Mix with drinking water.

Dose rates for poultry

Dose

mL

Amount of Water to

be Added

mL

Liveweight

kg

1. For treatment of Large

Roundworm (Ascaridia galli), Caecal

Worm (Heterakis gallinae), and

Hairworm (Capillaria spp.)

1000

Critical Comment: For each additional 30 kg liveweight add 50mL of ‘Nilverm Pig and

Poultry Wormer’ to 1000mL of water.

2. For treatment of Large

Roundworm (Ascaridia galli) ONLY

1050

Critical Comment: For each additional 30 kg of liveweight add 36 mL of ‘Nilverm Pig

and Poultry Wormer’ to 1050 mL of water.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD FOR POULTRY

MEAT: DO NOT USE less than 7 days before slaughter for human consumption.

EGGS: NIL.

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 9 of 10

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

2.5 L - LEFT PANEL, LEFT COLUMN

General Instructions

Administration of drinking water.

For maximum efficiency against worms, the drinking water medicated with ‘Nilverm’ Pig and

Poultry Wormer must be consumed in the shortest possible time. Water should be withheld

from the birds 2 hours before nightfall. The required amount of medicated water is then

made available, so that the birds can start drinking it at daylight or when the lights are

turned on.

Replace the medicated water with fresh water as soon as it is all consumed or after 8 hours.

Treat broilers or other chickens raised under continuous lighting by withholding drinking

water for 1 hour in summer or 2 hours in winter, and then give medicated water as above.

Medicated water remaining in any tanks or reservoir should be flushed out with fresh water

when the treatment is concluded.

For best results with medicated drinking water

Administer

‘Nilverm’

Poultry

Wormer

drinkers

that

birds

accustomed to using and check that all the drinkers are working properly.

2. Avoid treating on a day when normal water consumption of a flock might be reduced by a

sudden drop in temperature.

3. ‘Nilverm’ Pig and Poultry Wormer will not affect the growth rate or egg production of the

birds. Nor will it affect the fertility or the hatchability of eggs when used in accordance with

directions.

For further information contact Coopers Customer Service on 1-800-226-511.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS Harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

Wash hands after use.

FIRST AID If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre

(Phone 131126).

Additional information is in the Material Safety Data Sheet.

SPECIALIST ADVICE IN EMERGENCY ONLY

Schering-Plough Pty Ltd

1 800 226 511

ALL HOURS - AUSTRALIA WIDE

File Name:

36171_0602c.doc

Prepared By:

L. Wirth

Preparation Date:

23/5/2002

Last Revised:

2/12/1999

Schering-Plough Label & Printer

Specifications:

CCP 02/005

Version:

(23/5/2002)

Page 10 of

IMMEDIATE CONTAINER

NILVERM PIG & POULTRY WORMER

2.5 L - RIGHT PANEL, RIGHT COLUMN

Warranty

Schering-Plough Pty Ltd (SPPL) warrants that this product is of merchantable quality and fit for

its intended purpose. SPPL’s liability for any loss, including consequential losses or injury

caused by any act or omission, including negligent acts or omissions, by SPPL or its agent, is

limited to replacing or repairing the product at the option of SPPL. If possible, a sample of any

product causing concern should be retained or delivered to SPPL within 30 days for a scientific

examination.

Disposal

Triple or (preferably) pressure rinse containers. Dispose of rinsate in a disposal pit

specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, vegetation and roots. Do

not dispose of undiluted chemicals on site.

Return clean container for recycling where this is an option or for disposal at a landfill

authorised to accept that waste. If neither of these options are available bury the containers

below 500 mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of

waterways, vegetation and roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

Containers should be taken after cleaning as indicated to an approved collection

centre.

Store below 25

C (Air conditioning) in original container tightly closed in a safe place.

BATCH

EXPIRY

NRA Approval No. 36171/0602

COOPERS ANIMAL HEALTH

A division of Schering-Plough Animal Health Limited

11 Gibbon Road, Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153

® Coopers is a Schering-Plough Animal Health Limited Registered Trademark

® Nilverm is a Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V. Registered Trademark

© Schering-Plough Animal Health Limited 2002

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