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The efficacy of ivermectin long-acting injection (IVM LAI, IVOMEC® GOLD, Merial; 3.15% ivermectin w/v) formulation was evaluated in cattle with induced Sarcoptes scabiei var. bovis or Psoroptes ovis infestations. A total of 64 cattle were included in this series of four studies, with 16 animals per ...

Author(s)
Hamel, D.; Joachim, A.; Löwenstein, M.; Pfister, K.; Silaghi, C.; Visser, M.; Winter, R.; Yoon, S.; Cramer, L.; Rehbein, S.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2015, 114, 2, pp 535-542
Abstract

Since its production in the 1980s, ivermectin (IVM) has been used indiscriminately and the selection pressure to which bovine gastrointestinal nematodes have been exposed has been intense, resulting in considerable economic losses due to parasitic resistance. One possibility for the control of...

Author(s)
Heckler, R. P.; Almeida, G. D.; Santos, L. B.; Borges, D. G. L.; Neves, J. P. L.; Onizuka, M. K. V.; Borges, F. A.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2014, 205, 3/4, pp 638-645
Abstract

Ivermectin was tried both topically and systemically for the control of cutaneous myiasis, predominantly caused by Calliphora spp. among domestic animals. Clinical cases of maggot wounds in 13 Indian water buffaloes, 6 cows, 6 cow calves, 2 goats, and 1 dog were treated with single topical...

Author(s)
Anil Kumar; Joshi, B. P.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1995, 72, 3, pp 277-280
Abstract

Of 30 calves naturally infested with ticks (Boophilus spp., 91%; Hyalomma spp., 5%; and Rhipicephalus spp., 4%), 20 were treated with ivermectin (200 µg/kg body weight, s.c.); the treatment was 100% effective within 120 h of administration. Fresh infestation began after 20 days. Pestoban (an Indian ...

Author(s)
Kumar, A.; Sharma, S. D.; Joshi, B. P.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1992, 69, 1, pp 62-64

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