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Abstract

Dictyocaulus viviparus were harvested from calves treated daily with albendazole at dose-rates sub-lethal to this parasite and from matched untreated calves. Male and female reproductive tracts from the worms were examined by light and transmission electron microscopy. A first description of the...

Author(s)
Osman, A. M. M.; Jacobs, D. E.; Plummer, J. M.
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 1994, 68, 2, pp 161-166
Abstract

Ten of 20 heifers aged 9-18 months were each dosed with 2 g albendazole 31, 62 and 93 days after being turned out to graze in spring, the other ten were left untreated, and grazed an adjoining strip of pasture. This treatment prevented parasitic gastroenteritis, and the treated animals had lower...

Author(s)
Dorny, P.; Vercruysse, J.; Berghen, P.; Hilderson, H.; Ommeslaeghe, K. van; Kloosterman, A.
Citation
Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 1988, 57, 6, pp 361-373
Abstract

The anthelmintics compared were "Paratect" bolus of morantel from Pfizer, "Synanthic Multidose 130" bolus of oxfendazole from Syntex, "Chronomintic" bolus of levamisole from Virbac and "Valbazab E" bolus of albendazole from SmithKline. These were given to 16 calves before being turned out to graze...

Author(s)
Borgsteede, F. H. M.; Leeuw, W. A. de; Burg, W. P. J. van den
Citation
Veterinary Quarterly, 1988, 10, 3, pp 177-186
Abstract

Albendazole at different dosages was highly effective in controlling a clinical outbreak of mixed Dictyocaulus viviparus, Elaphostrongylus cervi and Varestrongylus sagittatus infection in a red deer farm, according to faecal examinations 1, 3 and 6 weeks after treatment. Ivermectin (0.3 mg/kg) was...

Author(s)
Sugár, L.; Sárközy, P.
Publisher
Akademie-Verlag, Berlin, German Democratic Republic
Citation
Erkrankungen der Zootiere. Verhandlungsbericht des 30. Internationalen Symposiums über die Erkrankungen der Zoo- und Wildtiere, Sofia 1988., 1988, pp 149-152
Abstract

A field experiment was carried out in Pennsylvania, USA, to evaluate the use of an experimental albendazole pulse release bolus (E-bolus) on gastrointestinal parasitism in calves. The bolus was administered at turnout to 9 first-season grazing calves and 9 animals were kept as controls on a...

Author(s)
Dorny, P.; Vercruysse, J.; Hilderson, H.; Berghen, P.; Ommeslaeghe, K. van; Kloosterman, A.
Citation
Veterinary Research Communications, 1988, 12, 4-5, pp 335-342
Abstract

Albendazole was given orally at a dose of 5 mg/kg to 73 sheep aged 1-3 years and 38 lambs and at 10-15 mg/kg to 39 cows. The animals were infected with gastrointestinal and pulmonary nematodes and cestodes. The cows were in addition infected with Paramphistomatidae and Fasciola hepatica. In lambs,...

Author(s)
Romaniuk, K.; Lipinski, Z.
Citation
Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 1982, 38, 10, pp 524-527
Abstract

The best time to start dosing farmed red deer with benzimidazole anthelmintics or ivermectin was February/March under New Zealand conditions. Treatment should be repeated at intervals of 3 weeks for benzimidazoles and 4-5 weeks for ivermectin, until June/July. The most dangerous period for lungworm ...

Author(s)
Mackintosh, C. G.; Mason, P. C.; Bowie, J. Y.; Beatson, N. S.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Proceedings of a deer course for veterinarians, Palmerston North, June 1984. Deer Branch Course No. 1., 1984, pp 69-77
Abstract

Albendazole incorporated in deer "nuts" at about 100 mg per head daily for 10 days, equivalent to twice the standard oral dose, was effective against Dictyocaulus viviparus and other nematodes. A period of treatment was followed by 3 weeks without treatment.

Author(s)
Anderson, M. V.; Wilson, P. R.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Proceedings of a deer course for veterinarians, Palmerston North, June 1984. Deer Branch Course No. 1., 1984, pp 78-88
Abstract

On 81 farms blood samples were taken from adult dairy cattle, on pasture in October 1986 and after stabling in December 1986, to measure antibody titres against Dictyocaulus viviparus , Cooperia spp. and Ostertagia spp., and Fasciola hepatica, and serum pepsinogen values. Faecal samples, collected...

Author(s)
Ploeger, H. W.; Kloosterman, A.; Bargeman, G.; Wuijckhuise, L. V.; Brink, R. van den
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 35, 1-2, pp 103-116
Abstract

115 young red deer heavily infected with lungworm (Dictyocaulus viviparus) and lightly infected with gastro-intestinal nematodes, were divided into 3 groups. One group of 50 animals was treated with one adult sheep dose of a slow-release 3.8 g albendazole capsule (Proftril), another group of 50 was ...

Author(s)
Rhodes, A. P.
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 1993, 41, 3, pp 131-133

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