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Triclabendazole (Fasinex) and oxyclozanide (Zanil) were tested in cattle naturally infected with Fasciola gigantica on 2 farms in Kiambu District, Kenya. For triclabendazole, faecal egg counts were reduced by 95.9% on day 14 and 91.5% on day 28 post treatment on Iganjo farm, and by 100% on day 14...

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Waruiru, R. M.; Weda, E. H.; Munyua, W. K.
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Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa, 1994, 42, 3, pp 205-209
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Fresh faecal samples from 209 cattle and 186 buffaloes from Dhankuta district, Nepal, were examined for Fasciola ova during November and December, 1991. Prevalence of infection was highest in buffaloes (33.3% of 123 infected in a "dry" area and 71.4% of 63 infected in a "wet" area, compared with...

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Shrestha, E. K.; Thakur, R. P.; Dhakal, I. P.; Mahato, S. N.
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Veterinary Review (Kathmandu), 1992, 7, 2, pp 47-49
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Distodin (oxyclozanide) was tested against fascioliasis caused by Fasciola gigantica in naturally infected cattle (n=8), buffaloes (n=8) and goats (n=10) from Maharashtra, India, under field conditions on the basis of reduction of faecal egg counts and necropsy findings. Distodin bolus was...

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Ratnaparkhi, M. R.; Shastri, U. V.; Rajurkar, S. R.; Jamkhedkar, P. P.
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Indian Veterinary Journal, 1993, 70, 2, pp 157-159
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A crude preparation containing the root of the fern M. orientalis was given orally to 18 cattle with fascioliasis. In 14 cattle the Fasciola egg counts were reduced to zero in 1-2 weeks and remained so for 8 weeks after treatment. In the other 4 cattle the faecal egg counts were reduced but not to...

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Shiramizu, K.; Tuchida, T.; Abu, M.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1993, 46, 7, pp 561-564
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Truschner, K.
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Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 1994, 81, 9, pp 283
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The trial was performed on 60 Montbéliard cows of different origins which had been grouped for intensive fattening. Animals were allocated on the basis of live weight and infection level. The infection level was evaluated by means of serological examination at the beginning of the fattening period...

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Mage, C.; Levieux, D.; Bernabe, P.; Degez, P.
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Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1993, 144, 5, pp 425-429
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A trial carried out in 1991 in France, on cows with natural Fasciola hepatica infection is described. Valbazen 5% [albendazole] at 10 mg/kg bwt given once at housing was 85% effective. When the treatment was repeated after 8 weeks, the efficacy rose to 96.2%. A single treatment with Valbazen was as ...

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Dorchies, P.
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Biologija, 1993, No. 1., pp 91-93
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Fifty-four Fasciola-infected animals from Egypt, including 18 cattle calves (2-3 years old), 18 buffalo calves (1.5-2.5 years old) and 18 ewes, were divided into 4 groups, 3 containing 5 of each species (total 15 animals per group) and one of 3 animals of each species (9 animals). The 3 groups with ...

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Salem, A. A.; Shawkat, M. E.; El-Seify, M. A.; Kateib, A.
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Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1990, 22, 44, pp 67-74
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A significant increase in milk production, averaging 164 litres per cow per lactation (a 4.8% increase), was seen after cows infected with gastrointestinal nematodes, paramphistomes and Fasciola hepatica were treated with broad-spectrum anthelmintics. 390 pairs of cows from 8 herds with year-round...

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Spence, S. A.; Fraser, G. C.; Dettmann, E. B.; Battese, D. F.
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Australian Veterinary Journal, 1992, 69, 9, pp 217-220
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Fasciolosis was produced by administration of 200 or 400 metacercariae (MC) of Fasciola hepatica to sheep and 500 MC to cattle. The disease was subsequently confirmed by determination of plasma glutamate dehydrogenase and γ-glutamyl transferase and identification and quantitation of mature flukes...

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Burrows, G. E.; Tasler, J.; Boray, J. C.; Egerton, J.
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Research in Veterinary Science, 1992, 53, 2, pp 191-197

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