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Objectives: To provide baseline data on patterns of antimicrobial usage in dogs and cats through the analysis of data stored in electronic practice management systems. Methods: Clinical data from 11 first opinion veterinary practices were extracted for the year 2007. Descriptive statistical...

Author(s)
Mateus, A.; Brodbelt, D. C.; Barber, N.; Stärk, K. D. C.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2011, 52, 10, pp 515-521
Abstract

A six month old Persian kitten was presented for consultation having suffered from recurrent hyperthermia and bilateral uveitis since the age of four months. The kitten was vaccinated and worm treated and lived in an apartment with no other cats. Despite treatment with clindamycin and a ...

Author(s)
Pastor, M.; Pinton, M.; Chabanne, L.; Cadoré, J. L.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Canine - Féline, 2007, No.32, pp 37-41
Abstract

Twenty cats with otoacariasis (Otodectes) were identified and had their coats treated with a pyrethrin-based flea spray and ear canals cleaned with warm water or saline and cotton swabs. Cats were then randomly assigned to receive treatment with either 2-3 drops of a preparation containing 23 mg/ml ...

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Scherk-Nixon, M.; Baker, B.; Pauling, G. E.; Hare, J. E.
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 1997, 38, 4, pp 229-230
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A six year old male German Shepherd dog was referred to the École Vétérinaire de Lyon (France) with a case of bilateral epiphora, cheilitis and dermatitis of the scrotum. Three weeks previously the dog had been seen by its veterinarian for treatment of bilateral epiphora and facial pruritis. No...

Author(s)
Margaillan, S.; Pin, D.; Jongh, O.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Canine - Féline, 2007, No.35, pp 68-71
Abstract

89 cats and 38 dogs naturally infested with the ear mite (Otodectes cynotis) were randomly allocated into 2 treatment groups. One group was treated with a product containing miconazole nitrate, polymyxin B sulfate and prednisolone acetate, the other with a combination of diethanolamine fusidate, ...

Author(s)
Engelen, M. A. C. M.; Anthonissens, E.
Publisher
British Veterinary Association, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2000, 147, 20, pp 567-569
Abstract

The various stages of ear mite infestation in cats and dogs caused by Otodectes cynotis are described and treatments, including the use of Canaural [containing framycetin], are suggested.

Citation
Veterinary Times, 1996, 26, 4, pp 16
Abstract

Clinical tests were carried out to investigate the claim that a preparation (Canaural) containing diethanolamine fusidate, framycetin sulfate, nystatin and prednisolone (none of which is an acaricide) was effective against ear infestations by Otodectes cynotis (Her.). Cats and dogs were treated...

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Pott, J. M.; Riley, C. J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1979, 104, 25, pp 579
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Fuchs, F.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1978, 65, 12, pp 394-395

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