Each gram of granules contains:
445 mg diminazene aceturate
555 mg antipyrine.
Dosage and administration:
The general dose for all animals is 3.5 mg diminazene aceturate per kg bodyweight, corresponding to 5 ml per 100 kg
bodyweight. In infections with Trypanosomae brucei, twice this quantity is indicated. If the causative organisms are
particularly resistant the dose may be increased to 8 mg / kg bodyweight. It is not advisable, however, to exceed a
total dose of 4 g. The contents of a sachet of 23.6 (or 2.36) grams are dissolved in 125 (12.5) ml water. The final volume of the 7% injection solution thus obtained amounts to 150 (15) ml.
The Pantizen granules dissolve rapidly in the quantity of water indicated. The solution thus prepared is stable at
room temperature for 5 days, if stored in a cool place it is stable for 14 days. The solution must be protected from
sunlight and stored in sealed glass vessels.
Administration by deep intramuscular injection.
When large volumes are to be administered it is advisable to inject into two different sites.
Unit pack of 23.6 gram granules (10.5 g active material) and 2.36 gram granules (1.05 g active material).