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The emergence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius has increased the interest in topical therapy for treating canine pyoderma. Shampooing with chlorhexidine followed by dilute bleach rinses are often recommended, but household bleach can dry the skin and is unpleasant to use. A ...

Author(s)
Fadok, V. A.; Irwin, K.
Publisher
American Animal Hospital Association, Denver, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 2019, 55, 3, pp 117-123
Abstract

Topical therapy in canine atopic dermatitis (CAD) can moisturise and soothe the skin; treat and prevent secondary bacterial and yeast infections; and remove debris, grease and allergens. Shampoos are commonly used but can be time-consuming. Non-rinsing wipes, foams and spot-on preparations...

Author(s)
Nuttall, T.
Publisher
MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK
Citation
Companion Animal, 2020, 25, 2, pp 76-82
Abstract

Background: Topical antimicrobial treatment for canine pyoderma is becoming increasingly important, but little is known about the mechanism of action and persistence of activity of antimicrobial shampoos. Objective: To determine the residual antimicrobial activity on canine hairs treated with...

Author(s)
Kloos, I.; Straubinger, R. K.; Werckenthin, C.; Mueller, R. S.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2013, 24, 2, pp 250-e54
Abstract

Background: The "hair strand test" was first developed as a model to evaluate the antifungal activity of antidandruff shampoos. Objective: To assess the residual activity of an antifungal shampoo on the hair shafts of dogs after a single application, followed by bathing with a physiological shampoo ...

Author(s)
Petit, J. Y.; Cavana, P.; Thoumire, S.; Guillot, J.; Perrot, S.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2016, 27, 3, pp e38
Abstract

Background - Application of herbal paste and oil to a dog's coat and body before rinsing (often combining with shampooing) is a cosmetic therapy available in Japan. It is highly appreciated by users, who claim that the treatment makes the coat shinier, improves volume and eliminates tangles....

Author(s)
Momota, Y.; Shimada, K.; Kadoya, C.; Gin, A.; Kobayashi, J.; Nakamura, Y.; Matsubara, T.; Sako, T.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2017, 28, 4, pp 337-e73
Abstract

Objective of the study: Shampoo therapy is often recommended for the control of Malassezia overgrowth in dogs. The aim of this study was to evaluate the in vivo activity of a 2% climbazole shampoo against Malassezia pachydermatis yeasts in naturally infected dogs. Animals Eleven research colony...

Author(s)
Cavana, P.; Petit, J. Y.; Perrot, S.; Guechi, R.; Marignac, G.; Reynaud, K.; Guillot, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Journal de Mycologie Médicale, 2015, 25, 4, pp 268-273
Abstract

A 15-year-old male golden retriever who had been receiving prednisolone for orthopaedic problems for the past 2 years was presented for multifocal symmetrical alopecia, skin nodules and plaques on the dorsal aspect of the body. Cytology was compatible with calcinosis cutis due to suspected...

Author(s)
Apostolopoulos, N.; Mayer, U.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record Case Reports, 2020, 8, 4,
AbstractFull Text

Shampoo-therapy is an ideal therapeutic option in veterinary medicine due to the presence of haircoat, particularly when skin lesions are multiple or generalised. Shampoo-therapy has many advantages: it is easy to perform, may be prescribed instead of systemic therapy in many cases and rarely...

Author(s)
Colombo, S.
Publisher
Edizioni SCIVAC, Cremona, Italy
Citation
Veterinaria (Cremona), 2014, 28, 4, pp 7-12
AbstractFull Text

Pyoderma is one of the most challenging infectious skin disease of canines difficult to treat due to rapid emergence of resistance to routinely used antimicrobial drugs. Linezolid, an oxazolidinone, which targets bacterial protein synthesis, is the promising drug to treat such resistant bacteria...

Author(s)
Devi, J. P.; Sarita Varshney
Publisher
Veterinary Practitioner, c/o Dr. A. K. Gahlot, Bikaner, India
Citation
Veterinary Practitioner, 2020, 21, 2, pp 233-237
Abstract

Twenty-two dogs with a history of at least 4 weeks pruritus were studied to determine the effect of whirlpool use on the efficacy of topical therapy with an antipruritic shampoo (Allermyl®, Virbac; Bad Oldesloe, Germany). Dogs in group 1 received initially topical therapy with conventional ...

Author(s)
Löflath, A.; Voigts-Rhetz, A. von; Jaeger, K.; Schmid, M.; Kuechenhoff, H.; Mueller, R. S.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2007, 18, 6, pp 427-431

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