Instructions for use of the drug Lozeval for pigeons

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Lozeval is one of the well-known modern means in veterinary medicine, which is used to destroy a number of known bacteria, as well as all possible fungi. In addition, it enhances the immunity of animals and birds. Consider the drug Lozeval instruction for pigeons in more detail.

What is Lozeval?

Lozeval, if we consider its composition, is a compound of the triazole of heterocyclic type, which also contains morpholine acetate, polylenoxide and some other antibiotic components. Available in the form of a light yellow or orange liquid. The mass fraction of morpholinium acetate can vary from 2.8 to 3.3%. In veterinary pharmacies Lozeval can be found in packaging from 10 g to 10 liters in bottles, bottles or special buckets.

The main purpose of the drug is antiviral and bactericidal action against all possible microorganisms and bacteria in birds and animals. At the same time, Lozeval acts by slowing down and stopping intracellular reproduction in viruses. Unlike other known antibiotics, this tool also contributes to the synthesis of mononuclears in the body of animals and birds. It stimulates local cellular and general immunity, thereby increasing the body’s natural resistance.

When applied to external affected areas or when taken orally, this drug is quickly absorbed into the mucous membranes, and as a result, it quickly takes effect. First, the components of the drug block the protein of viral cells, as well as their DNA and RNA, lowering reproduction. Then additional components enhance the synthesis of immunoglobulins, increase the level of lysozyme. At the same time, Lozeval is good for use also because it does not accumulate in tissues and organs, but is rapidly eliminated from the body.

When apply?

So, Lozeval has a very wide spectrum of action. He is appointed from:

  • microviruses and herpes viruses;
  • bird enteroviruses;
  • smallpox virus;
  • Marek's disease;
  • Newcastle disease;
  • bronchopneumonia;
  • infectious laryngotracheitis;
  • pasteurellosis;
  • mycoplasmosis and chlamydia;
  • candidiasis;
  • aspergillosis and some other diseases of birds and animals.

Instructions for use for pigeons

So, as for pigeons, Lozeval is used for the prevention and treatment of a number of viral diseases and infections. Very often, it is used by owners to increase the general and local immunity of the bird. The dose and method of application depends on the purpose for which the agent is used. For example, in the treatment of such a number of diseases such as Newcastle disease, rhinotracheitis and adenovirus infection, the agent is added to feed or water at the rate of 5-6 drops per pigeon or 10 ml per 150 individuals. Give the drug 1-2 times a day for 5-7 days.

If Lozeval needs to be given again, a three-day break is taken. For the prevention of a variety of viruses and pigeon diseases, the remedy is given in the same doses, but only two days once. With bacterial infections such as streptococcosis, pasteurellosis, pigeons are given Loseval also at this dose once a day for 5-7 days. In case of respiratory diseases, birds are buried in the nose with a diluted drug in a 5% glucose solution in a 1: 1 ratio.

Loseval experts recommend spraying aerosol in the loft as a prevention and enhancement of the immunity of young birds. To do this, dilute the drug with water at 0.5 ml per m3 in the ratio of 1: 2 or 1: 5. It is important to remember that aqueous solutions should be prepared before use, as they quickly lose their properties.

In skin diseases of pigeons, for example, dermatitis, eczema, purulent wounds, Loseval is used externally. For this, the affected areas are smeared twice a day with the preparation.

Lozeval is in great demand today. This drug is non-toxic, does not lose its therapeutic properties even at sub-zero temperatures (up to -10) and at elevated (up to +50). In the doses indicated in the instructions, it does not cause side effects, and therefore has no contraindications. This applies both to the use of the drug for pigeons, and for other poultry and animals.

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