Ivermek-gel

A unique combined acaricidal agent against mites
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Ivermectin, panthenol, lidocaine

A unique combination of active substances of ivermectin, lidocaine and dexpanthenol provides a high therapeutic efficiency

A gel base ensures fast penetration of active ingredients into all parasite localization sites

When in contact with ticks, Ivermectin contained in the drug leads to paralysis and death of the parasite

Dexpanthenol provides rapid healing of the skin damaged by mites and pathogenic microflora

Lidocaine eliminates irritation, relieves itching and anxiety of the animal

The drug’s properties provide an acaricidal effect during 5-7 days;

The form of ivermectin provides low absorption into the circulation and thus causes no toxic effects on the animal body

Does not cause tissue irritation and accelerates its recovery


  • Description
  • Ivermek-gel is a complex antiparasitic veterinary drug for topical application. It is unique among other drugs of its kind because it does not only kill insectoid and acarid agents but also improves the condition of treated animals and deals with after-effects.
    Ivermek-gel is a transparent colorless to light yellow opalescent hydrophilic gel.
    The medication is available in 30 mL tubes.


    Ivermek-gel
  • Composition
  • Composition
    1 ml
    Ivermek-gel

    1 mg ivermectin

    15 mg panthenol

    50 mg lidocaine

  • Pharmacological properties
  • Pharmacological properties

    Ivermek-gel is very effective against larva and mature forms of sarcoptoid and demodex mites. Ivermectin, the active substance of Ivermek-gel, increases inhibitory neurotransmitter (γ-aminobutiric acid) production, which leads to disruption of nerve impulses, paralysis and subsequent death of the parasite. Panthenol is a vulnerary agent while lidocaine is a local anesthetic and antipruritic agent. Ivermectin is almost not absorbed by the skin, thus ensuring the drug’s acaricide activity on the skin, hair follicles and oil glands for 5-7 days.
    Ivermek-gel belongs to the low-hazardous substances. If used in the recommended dosage, the drug does not cause any resorptive toxic, embrytoxic, teratogenic or mutagenic effects and does not cause local irritation. On eye contact, the drug causes slight irritation. The drug is toxic for fish and bees.




  • Indications
  • Indications

    Ivermek-gel can be used as a therapeutic measure against notoedric mange, sarcoptic mange, follicular mange and otodectic mange of dogs, cats, rabbits and other domestic animals, as well as against thelaziosis of cattle and wohlfahrtiosis.

  • Dosage and route of administration
  • Dosage and route of administration

    A thin layer of Ivermek-gel shall be applied to the affected site (that shall be first cleared from scabs and crust) at the following dosage: 0.2-0.3 mL per 1 kg of animal weight for treating follicular mange of dogs and cats, sarcoptic mange of dogs and notoedric mange of cats. The gel shall be rubbed in by moving from the periphery to the center of the affected site; the application area shall include 1-2 cm of marginal unaffected skin. To prevent the drug being licked away, the treated animal shall be muzzled (or their jaws fixed with ribbon or tape) for 15-20 minutes after application of the drug. The gel shall be applied 2-4 times with a 5-7 days interval until complete clinical recovery of the treated animal that shall be confirmed by two negative acarologic tests. If the affected area is large, the drug shall be applied twice: one half of the affected area shall be treated on one day, and the other half – on the next day.
    If acariasis is complicated with a bacterial infection, it is recommended to apply immunomodulatory and antibacterial drugs as well.
    In case of otodectic mange (ear mange), the external auditory canal is first cleaned from scabs and crust with a sponge saturated with Ivermectin-gel, after that 0.5 – 2.0 mL (depending on the animal weight) of Ivermectin-gel shall be applied to each ear. In order to apply Ivermectin-gel to the whole surface of the ear and auditory canal, the cat’s pinna shall be folded in half and then downward and slightly massaged after that. The drug shall be applied 1-2 times with a 5-7 days interval. If necessary, the course of treatment can be repeated. The drug must always be applied to both ears even if only one ear is affected by otodectic mange. In severe cases of the disease, if it is complicated with otitis, it is recommended to administer antibacterial and anti-inflammatory drugs.

  • Restrictions
  • Restrictions
    The drug is not intended to be applied to productive animals.