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Abstract

The control of Dictyocaulus viviparus in cattle is discussed with reference to environmental, management and chemotherapeutic factors. Older cattle as sources of infection are less important than those in their first pasture season. Contamination of pasture through infected, bought-in stock, wild...

Author(s)
Pfeiffer, H.
Publisher
Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Giessen/Lahn, German Federal Republic
Citation
Symposium "Weideparasitosen", Fachgruppe Parasitologie und parasitäre Krankheiten, Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Bad Zwischenahn, 17. u.18. September 1987., 1988, pp 124-129
Abstract

It is considered that in endemic situations, clinical signs of parasitic diseases are usually confined to young animals. Pulmonary and gastro-intestinal helminthiases in young ruminants are usually followed by the development of immunity and life-long freedom from diseases. However, the recently...

Author(s)
Urquhart, G. M.
Publisher
Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee, 1990, 65, Supplement I, pp 77-78
Abstract

Calves reared indoors on a cattle rearing unit in north-western Romania at the end of their time indoors were severely infected with Trichostrongylidae (93%) and moderately infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus (14%). Eimeria was present in 14% of the animals. These infections were accompanied by...

Author(s)
Cozma, V.; Varan, V.; Kadar, L.; Mester, D.
Publisher
Institutul Agronomic, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Citation
Seminarul. Actualitati in patologia animalelor domestice. Cluj-Napoca, 18-19 iunie 1987., 1987, pp 239-245
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

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

Fenbendazole as Panacur powder 4% was added to the feed on 5 consecutive days at 16 winter feeding points of roe deer along the middle reaches of the Rhine, GFR, for 3 years. Worm burdens with gastrointestinal nematodes (87.6% Ostertagia spp.) were reduced by about 90%; Dictyocaulus viviparus ...

Author(s)
Düwel, D.; Tiefenbach, B.
Publisher
Akademie-Verlag, Berlin\GDR, Germany
Citation
Erkankungen der Zootiere. Verhandlungsbericht des 25. Internationalen Symposiums über die Erkrankungen der Zootiere, 11-15 Mai, 1983, Wien., 1983, pp 321-325
Abstract

A new formulation of ivermectin (a pour-on 0.5% solution) was applied externally to the backs of 66 cattle at the rate of 0.5 mg/kg bwt 28-56 days before infection with 1500 D. viviparus larvae. The number of worms in the lungs was counted 21-28 days pi. Compared to untreated controls, the...

Author(s)
Barth, D.; Batty, A.; Barrick, R. A.; Heinze-Mutz, E. M.; Ross, D. B.
Publisher
Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Giessen/Lahn, German Federal Republic
Citation
Symposium "Weideparasitosen", Fachgruppe Parasitologie und parasitäre Krankheiten, Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Bad Zwischenahn, 17. u. 18. September 1987., 1988, pp 1-4
Abstract

Levamisole at 7.5 mg/kg body-weight proved more effective than diethylcarbamazine citrate in 3 doses of 20 mg/kg when given to calves 3 or 32 days after infection with 4,000 Dictyocaulus viviparus infective larvae. When treatment began 9 or 16 days after infection there was no significant...

Author(s)
Oakley, G. A.
Publisher
Societe Francaise de Buiatrie., Boigneville, France
Citation
9e Congres International sur les maladies du betail, 6-9 Septembre, 1976, Paris. Rapportes et Resumes. Tome 2., 1976, pp 1095-1100
Abstract

Three Cervus elaphus aged 18 months were infected with 400-500 L3 larvae of Elaphostrongylus cervi; prepatency was 86-98 days. Oxfendazole in 2 doses of 9 mg/kg at an interval of 48 hours was given 6 weeks after patency; within 16 days larval output was < 1/g faeces. All animals remained...

Author(s)
Watson, T. G.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Proceedings of a deer course for veterinarians, Rotorua, July, 1986. New Zealand Veterinary Association, Deer Branch., 1987, pp 170-182

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