1 g contains:

Diminazene aceturate – 438 mg;

Phenazone – 562 mg.


The combined drug composition containing diminazene aceturate and phenazone exhibits potent antiprotozoal activity and moderate antibacterial, fungicidal, analgesic, and antipyretic properties. Diminazene aceturate works by altering the process of aerobic glycolysis and DNA synthesis in protozoa, ultimately leading to their demise. Phenazone, on the other hand, possesses antipyretic and analgesic properties and reduces vascular permeability.

This drug is effective against various protozoal infections, including babesia (B. bovis, B. bigemina, B. ovis, B. caballi, B. divergens, B. major, B. canis), trypanosomes (Tr. Vivax, Tr. Equiperdum, Tr. Evansi, Tr. brucei, Tr. congolense), and theileria (T. annulata, T. ovis). It is particularly effective against strains resistant to other drugs and in cases of concurrent protozoal infections.


Protecting and treating blood diseases like Babesiosis, Trypanosomiasis, and Theileriasis in various animals including cattle, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, dogs, and cats.

The dosage instructions for the drug, provided in a 7% solution, are as follows:

  1. Preparation: Mix the contents of the powder package (available in 0.24 g, 2.4 g, or 24 g) with sterile water for injection. Use 1.25 ml, 12.5 ml, or 125 ml of water depending on the size of the powder package.
  2. Administration: The prepared solution is administered either intramuscularly or subcutaneously. For cattle, sheep, goats, horses, and pigs, the therapeutic dose is 1 ml of the drug per 20 kg of body weight (equivalent to 3.5 mg of diminazene aceturate per 1 kg).
  3. Repeat Dose: If there’s no improvement in the animal’s condition after the initial injection, administer the same dose again after 24-30 hours.
  4. Prophylactic Measure: If sick animals are found in the herd, administer the drug to all animals at a dose of 1 ml per 40 kg of body weight. For dogs and cats, use a 3.5% solution (prepared by mixing the bottle’s contents with double the amount of water). Administer 0.1 ml per 2 kg of body weight twice, with a 24-hour interval between doses.

Inflammatory processes in the kidney; hypersensitivity to the components of the drug


Meat consumption is allowed after 20 days,

Milk consumption for human nutrition is in 3 days after the last administration of the drug.

In case of forced slaughter by the end of the deadline meat is used to feed carnivorous animals or for the production of meat and bone flour, milk is allowed to use for animal nutrition.


Glass bottles of 0.24; 2.4, and 24 g.


Dry, dark, away from children place at the temperature from 8°C to 20°C.