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Abstract

Parasitic diseases which are transferred between human beings, those which affect domestic and leisure animals and those which are transmitted to humans from animals are reviewed. Human infections in Northern Ireland in 1982 are tabulated. Tables show the percentage incidence of major nematodes of ...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.
Publisher
Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland,
Citation
Man's parasitic burden. (Proc. of a one-day symp., Queen's Univ., Belfast, Feb. 1983.), 1984, pp 1-12
Abstract

A comparison was made of the material costs and efficacy of three methods of early season suppression by anthelmintic medication of Ostertagia species and two of Dictyocaulus viviparus in calves, each method suppressing faecal egg output for different lengths of time from the start of spring...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Kenny, J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1985, 117, 20, pp 521-524
Abstract

Comparisons were made of the effects of different early season anthelmintics on Dictyocaulus viviparus and Osteragia ostertagi. Estimated worm burdens indicated that oxfendazole resulted in a 78.1% reduction of O. ostertagi and 84.4% of D. viviparus, produced a 94.3% reduction in O. ostertagi and...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.
Publisher
Belfast, Northern Ireland,
Citation
Annual report on research and technical work of the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland, 1985., 1986, pp 154-155
Abstract

Three groups of calves were put out to graze on separate paddocks within a field known to be infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus and were also given a small initial trickle infection of the parasite. The first group were untreated controls, the second were immunized with live irradiated lungworm...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1986, 119, 15, pp 370-372
Abstract

The effect of a slow release intraruminal bolus containing 22.2 g levamisole was tested in 5 Friesian type calves reared indoors until 12 weeks old. 5 similar calves were used as controls. All 10 calves were infected twice weekly for 6 weeks with 2500 Ostertagia ostertagi and 2500 Cooperia...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T.; Carrol, B.
Citation
Annales de Recherches Vétérinaires, 1988, 19, 2, pp 107-110
Abstract

44 parasite-free calves of Friesian type were assigned to 4 groups of 6 and 4 groups of 5 calves. At 12-weeks-old, 2 groups of 6 were given a bolus containing 22.2 g of levamisole. One treated group and one group of 6 untreated calves were put out to graze on May 1 in separate paddocks of a field...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T.; Gree, W. P.
Citation
Annales de Recherches Vétérinaires, 1988, 19, 2, pp 111-118
Abstract

A group of 12 winter-born calves was divided into two groups of six. During the following summer one group grazed on pasture infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus, and was treated with ivermectin injections at 3, 8 and 13 weeks after turn-out. The other group remained housed. Both groups were housed ...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.; McLoughlin, M. F.; Bryson, D. G.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1988, 123, 15, pp 391-395
Abstract

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.
Publisher
Beecham Animal Health, Brentford TW8 9BD, UK
Citation
British Cattle Veterinary Association Proceedings for 1986-87., 1988, pp 65-71
Abstract

Twenty parasite-naive calves aged approximately four months were divided randomly into four groups of five. Two groups were treated with oral lungworm vaccine. One immunised group plus another non-immunised group were put out to graze on May 1 on a pasture known to be contaminated with D. viviparus ...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. M.; Green, W. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1990, 126, 8, pp 185-188
Abstract

Four groups of six parasite-naive calves were infected at seven day intervals with three doses of infective larvae of D. viviparus. Twenty-one days after the first dose three of the groups were treated either with an injectable formulation of ivermectin at a dose rate of 200 µg/kg bodyweight, or...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1990, 126, 15, pp 357-359

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