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NEW ANIMAL DRUG APPROVALS

FDA Veterinarian Newsletter March/April 1998 Volume XIII, No II

CompanyGeneric and (Brand) NamesIndicationsRoutes/Remarks
Pfizer, Inc. (NADA 141-095)Doramectin (Dectomax®)Cattle. For treatment and control of certain worm, grub, lice, and mite infections.TOPICAL: Provides for 0.5 percent pour-on solution for beef cattle and female dairy cattle less than 20 months of age. Federal Register 12/16/97.
Schering-Plough Animal Health Corp. (NADA 141-071)Imidocarb Dipropionate (Imizol®) RxDogs. For treatment of babesiosis.INJECTABLE (SUBCUTANEOUS OR INTRAMUSCULAR): Provides for use of 120 mg/ml injectable solution to provide for using 6.6 milligrams imidocarb per kilogram (3 milligrams per pound) of body weight. Repeat the dose after 2 weeks for a total of two treatments. Do not use simultaneously with or a few days before or after treatment with or exposure to cholinesterase-inhibiting drugs, pesticides, or chemicals. Federal Register 12/23/97.
Pfizer, Inc. (NADA 141-066)Semduramicin and RoxarsoneBroiler Chickens. To prevent coccidiosis.MEDICATED FEED: Provides for using approved single ingredient Type A medicated articles containing Aviax (semduramicin sodium, 22.7 grams per pound) and 3-Nitro (roxarsone, 45.4, 90, and 227 grams per pound) to make combination drug Type C medicated broiler chicken feeds containing 22.7 grams per ton of semduramicin and 45.4 grams per ton roxarsone. Federal Register 12/23/97.