Written informed consent must be obtained before any study protocol specific assessment is performed.
Parental/legal guardian informed consent must be obtained and signed for pediatric subjects (formally documented and witnessed, via an independent trusted witness) prior to any study related procedure.
Subjects < 18 years old, who are capable of providing assent, must provide assent with parental/legal guardian consent or as per local ethical guidelines.
If the subject is unable to read and write or otherwise incapable of signing an informed consent, then a witnessed consent according to local ethical standards is permitted.
Subjects (Adult and pediatric subjects ≥ 6 years of age and above 12.5 kg of weight) at time of consenting must have been diagnosed with fascioliasis based on clinical signs, symptoms and laboratory evaluations as per local clinical practice.
Subjects diagnosed with ectopic fascioliasis, extrahepatic involvement (e.g., lungs, spleen, pancreas, subcutaneous tissue, gastrointestinal organs, etc.).
Subjects with known hypersensitivity to triclabendazole /other benzimidazole derivatives and/or any of the excipients in Egaten.
Subjects taking any anthelmintic medications within two weeks or 5 half-lives, whichever is longer prior to enrolling into study.
Inability or unwillingness to undergo study related procedures.
Subjects who in the judgment of the Clinical Investigator are unsuitable for the trial or who have to be excluded in order to be compliant with local fascioliasis management guidelines that may differ from the FDA approved label, including but not limited to :
Subjects who are machine operators or drivers.
Medical history of liver (other than fascioliasis), kidney or cardiac disease.
Females (including under the age of 18) known to be pregnant or testing positive for pregnancy at screening.
Lactating women unwilling to discontinue lactation up to 72 hours after the second dose administration or as per local guidelines.
Subjects requiring therapeutic drug monitoring of CYP2C19 substrate(s) (e.g. S-mephenytoin).
Subjects with medical history of QT prolongation or a history of symptoms compatible with a long QT interval or on medication which prolong the QT interval.