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Eraverm (VAN) Brand names, Eraverm (VAN) Analogs

Eraverm (VAN) Brand Names Mixture

  • Canoids Cap (Aloin + Areca Catechu + Arecoline HBr + Benzocaine + Piperazine Citrate + Santonin)
  • Dyrex T F (Phenothiazine + Piperazine + Trichlorfon)
  • Feloids Tab (Aloin + Areca Catechu + Arecoline HBr + Benzocaine + Piperazine Citrate + Santonin)
  • Multi Wormer for Cats (Dichlorophene + Piperazine (Piperazine Citrate))
  • Multi Wormer for Dogs (Dichlorophene + Piperazine (Piperazine Citrate))
  • Ripercol Horse Wormer (Piperazine (Piperazine Hydrochloride) + Tetramisole HCl)

Eraverm (VAN) Chemical_Formula


Eraverm (VAN) RX_link

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Eraverm (VAN) fda sheet

Eraverm (VAN) msds (material safety sheet)

Eraverm_(VAN) MSDS

Eraverm (VAN) Synthesis Reference

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Eraverm (VAN) Molecular Weight

86.1357 g/mol

Eraverm (VAN) Melting Point

106 oC

Eraverm (VAN) H2O Solubility

150 mg/mL

Eraverm (VAN) State


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Eraverm (VAN) Dosage Forms

Capsule; Drops; Liquid; Powder; Powder for solution; Solution; Suspension; Syrup; Tablet

Eraverm (VAN) Indication

Used as alternative treatment for ascariasis caused by Ascaris lumbricoides (roundworm) and enterobiasis (oxyuriasis) caused by Enterobius vermicularis (pinworm). It is also used to treat partial intestinal obstruction by the common roundworm, a condition primarily occurring in children.

Eraverm (VAN) Pharmacology

Piperazine is an anthelminthic especially useful in the treatment of partial intestinal obstruction caused by Ascaris worms, which is a condition primarily seen in children. Piperazine hydrate and piperazine citrate are the main anthelminthic piperazines.

Eraverm (VAN) Absorption

Rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract

Eraverm (VAN) side effects and Toxicity

LD50 = 5 g/kg (Human, oral). Symptoms of overdose include muscle fatigue, seizures, and difficulty breathing.

Eraverm (VAN) Patient Information

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Eraverm (VAN) Organisms Affected

Parasitic nematodes and other roundworms