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Abstract

Himax ointment (a herbal preparation) was used to treat wounds in cattle, buffaloes, pigs, dogs and horses caused/infested by various agents, including dipteran larvae, mange mites [? Sarcoptes], fungi and bacterial pathogens. After 5-12 days of treatment, the dipteran larvae in the cattle and...

Author(s)
Sharma, H. N.; Deka, K. N.; Pathak, S. C.
Citation
Pashudhan, 1989, 4, 5, pp 4,17
Abstract

Buffalo calves (24) infested with Psoroptes communis [P. equi] with pruritus and pyoderma were treated with carbaryl (0.5% spray weekly, with oral procaine penicillin for 7 days), Himax ointment (alternate days, with and without oral Teeburb), or Teeburb capsules alone (twice daily), and observed...

Author(s)
Singh, N.; Satija, K. C.
Citation
Pashudhan, 1989, 4, 12, pp 4