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Abstract

Peru balsams (PB) are ingredients of human and veterinarian pharmaceuticals, but they are also considered to bear a risk to provoke allergenic reactions. Although observations after the application of 25% PB in petrolatum exist in dogs, chemically defined undiluted balsams have not been...

Author(s)
Zitterl-Eglseer, K.; Mascherbauer, C.; Zimmermann, E.; Litschauer, B.; Zitterl, W.; Thalhammer, J. G.
Publisher
BWK Public Relations - Brigitte Weber-Kraus, Wien, Austria
Citation
Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 2012, 99, 3/4, pp 101-108
Abstract

A horse purchased in southern Pennsylvania and transferred to south-eastern Maryland in 1975, which rubbed its ears on the stall framework, shook its head incessantly and held its ears flat was found to have its ears infested by larvae and nymphs of Psoroptes sp.; adults were not observed, and the...

Author(s)
Montali, R. J.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Association, 1976, 169, 6, pp 630-631
Abstract

In experiments on 14 horses and 54 mules, a solution containing 1 kg. benzyl benzoate and 1 kg soft soap made up to 8 1. with denatured alcohol was found to be as effective as sulphur fumigation; the treatment was more costly, however, but easier and safer to manipulate.-N. D.

Author(s)
Pujos.
Citation
Revista de Veterinaria Militar, 1947, 2, pp 246-249
Abstract

Benzyl benzoate was applied neat, or dissolved 1: 5 in olive oil, or in an emulsion contain-ing equal parts of the drug, soft soap and 90% alcohol, to the moist skin in the region of the lesions after clipping and washing. Application was by vigourous use of a brush, softening and raising the...

Author(s)
Brizard, A.
Publisher
Ecole Nationale Veterinaire de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1943, 94, pp 267-274
Abstract

Good results were obtained in field trials with a calcium hydroxide dusting powder, containing flowers of sulphur and salicylic acid, against psoroptic mange in sheep. There was, however, a certain danger of animals and attendants developing pneumoconiosis. Against mange in pigs, cattle and horses, ...

Author(s)
Muller, K.
Citation
Sbornik Ceskoslovenske Akademie Zemedelskych Ved, 1957, 30, pp 281-296
Abstract

A mixture containing benzene hexachloride, cresol and soda solution was diluted 1: 200 with water and applied by means of a spray operated by a petrol-driven compressor. Sulphur in a white oil emulsion and a benzyl benzoate preparation gave better results. In a small trial M. found that a mixture...

Author(s)
Miquel, P.
Citation
Revista de Veterinaria Militar, 1948, 3, pp 178-197

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