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The Soviet literature on the treatment of farm animals with azidine [diminazene aceturate] against piroplasmid infections is reviewed.

Author(s)
Shmulevich, A.; Povarova, L.; Khitenkova, L.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1982, 80, 4, pp 41-43
Abstract

An outbreak of anaplasmosis involving 41 cows and heifers kept permanently in cow sheds in Bulgaria is described. The infection was introduced during routine blood sampling, using the same syringe in heifers brought in from pastures for calving. A mortality rate of 19.5% was recorded, but calves...

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V"lchovski, Ya.; V"lchovski, R.; Zurliiski, P.; Nikolov, N.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1979, 77, 6, pp 28-31
Abstract

The control of coccidiosis in calves in Bulgaria is discussed. It includes disinfection of stabling with various disinfectants (formaldehyde, Cresol, phenol etc.) and the administration of coccidiostats. Among those tested, sulphaquinoxaline at 1.2 mg/kg in drinking water for 30 days and...

Author(s)
Sherkov, Sh.; Arnaudov, D.; Stanev, S.; Litov, Kh.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1978, 76, 6, pp 39-41
Abstract

Trypan blue, trypaflavin, acaprin, Berenil and Pirodia were tested against experimental and natural Babesia bigemina infection in cattle in Bulgaria. Berenil and Pirodia (amicarbalide) at the therapeutic doses were found to be the most effective, quickly reducing fever and causing a rapid...

Author(s)
V"lchovski, Ya.
Citation
Veterinarno-Meditsinski Nauki, 1977, 14, 3, pp 79-87
Abstract

The paper discusses the epizootiology of Babesia colchica, B. bigemina, Theileria annulata and Anaplasma marginale, common in cattle raised on open ground in Bulgaria, and the ecology of their vectors (Boophilus calcaratus, Rhipicephalus bursa, Haemaphysalis punctata and Hyalomma). Chemotherapy...

Author(s)
V"lchovski, Ya.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1976, 74, 7, pp 37-41
Abstract

Tylosin phosphate, in granular form, was well absorbed from the digestive tract of piglets and chicks, giving rise to blood concentrations up to five times as high as those from "Tylan AF 99" at the same dosage, but absorption from the gastrointestinal tract of calves was weak and variable. Tylosin ...

Author(s)
Donev, B.; Kamenska, M.; Stoyanov, K.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1979, 16, 1, pp 82-93
Abstract

In the Loveshki district of Bulgaria, clinical coccidiosis in calves caused by Eimeria zuernii, E. ellipsoidalis and E. bovis was successfully treated with Ursokoxalin [sulphaquinoxaline] at 1.0 to 1.5 ml/litre of milk (3 litres were given daily), with sulphachlorpyrazine (Esb3) at 1 g/litre or...

Author(s)
Dyankov, N.; Mishev, M.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1978, 76, 11, pp 33-34
Abstract

Duocoxin and Pancoxin at 0.1 and 0.2 g/kg body-weight were very effective against severe coccidiosis in calves in Bulgaria. These 2 preparations and Amprol-plus at 0.02 g/kg were also effective in the prophylaxis of coccidiosis of calves. Duocoxin, being soluble in milk, is particularly recommended ...

Author(s)
Kyurtov, N.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1976, 74, 8, pp 38-40
Abstract

A detailed account of the piroplasmoses of cattle in the Vardar Banat, a region in the south-east of Yugoslavia, with a review of the literature on piroplasms of the neighbouring countries. Four separate infections have been diagnosed, Babesia bigemina, B. major n.sp., Theileria mutans and Th....

Author(s)
MLINATS, F.; PETROVITCH, D. M.; BABUDER, T.
Citation
Jugoslovenski Veterinarski Glasnik, 1934, 14, pp 889-420

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