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Based on fecal examination, it was found that out of 123 crossbred dairy cattle, 3-10 years of age and of both sexes, 57 (46.34%) were infected with fascioliasis and amphistomiasis. 25 randomly selected animals were divided into 5 groups of 5 each and treated with: niclofolan (Bilevon-R) at 4 mg/kg ...

Author(s)
Islam, M. A.; Samad, M. A.
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1989, 6, 1, pp 27-32
Abstract

The clinical findings in cattle in Bangladesh infected with Fasciola gigantica are recorded and discussed briefly. The therapeutic efficacy of bromofenofos (12 mg/kg bwt orally) and nitroxinil (1.5 ml/50 kg bwt sc) against bovine fascioliasis were evaluated (in 2 groups of 20 cattle) on the basis...

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Amin, M. R.; Samad, M. A.
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1988, 5, 1, pp 20-22
Abstract

Of 6684 cattle examined from January 1985 to December 1986, 734 (10.98%) harboured gastrointestinal nematodes. Treatment with albendazole or thiopanate was 100% effective.

Author(s)
Amin, M. R.; Samad, M. A.
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1987, 4, 1-2, pp 25-28
Abstract

The efficacy of 4 babesicides was investigated from August 1983 to July 1985 in 87 cattle naturally infected with Babesia begemina in Bangladesh. 26 were treated sc with Acaprin [quinuronium sulfate] at 1 mg/kg bwt, 10 im with Berenil [diminazene] at 0.8 g/100 kg bwt, 21 iv with Acriflavin...

Author(s)
Samad, M. A.; Haque, M. E.; Afazuddin, M.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1987, 11, 3, pp 171-173
Abstract

80 positive cases of 'humpsore' of cattle in Dhaka, Bangladesh, caused by Stephanofilaria assamensis, are described. The skin at the base of the horns was also affected, causing 'hornsore' which resulted in a deformed horn. 'Humpsore' was successfully treated by debridement and cleaning of the...

Author(s)
Ahmed, S; Akhter, R.
Citation
Veterinary Medical Review, German Federal Republic, 1986, No.2, pp 177-182
Abstract

Fenbendazole at 7.5 mg/kg was 100% effective against gastrointestinal nematodes in naturally infected calves in Bangladesh. The prevalences of various species of nematodes are tabulated.

Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1987, 4, 1-2, pp 10-13

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