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Of the 76 cases, 40 were in cattle, 15 in dogs and 5 in cats. Overdosing was the principal cause. The toxic signs caused by these anthelmintics alone and in combination with other drugs are described.

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Keck, G.; Orand, J. P.; Samuel, M.
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Point Vétérinaire, 1992, 24, 144, pp 165-172
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A review of the toxic doses and toxic effects of ivermectin in horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, dogs and cats.

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Soraci, A.; Landoni, F.; Mestorino, N.; Echeverria, J.
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Veterinaria Argentina, 1992, 9, 82, pp 117-120
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The purpose of this article is to give workers in the field of human parasitic diseases a brief insight into the application of ivermectin for the therapy of veterinary parasitoses. The efficacy of the drug, in injectable, oral or topical dosage forms, against parasites of cattle, sheep, horses,...

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Sutherland, I. H.
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Acta Leidensia, 1990, 59, 1-2, pp 211-216
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Tjälve, H.
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Svensk Veterinärtidning, 1992, 44, 13, pp 561-565
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Trials were carried out by 12 veterinary stations on a 1% ivermectin preparation to be produced under licence in Czechoslovakia. The results of studies on 646 cattle, 7 horses, 2510 sheep, 34 pigs, 5 dogs, 2 cats, 11 rabbits, 605 foxes, 73 zoo animals and 4 deer are given in a table, confirming its ...

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Ševčíková, E.; Reichel, F.; Čáslavka, J.; Šváb, I.
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Biologizace a Chemizace Živočišné Výroby, Veterinaria, 1987, 23, 6, pp 527-535
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The isolation and chemistry of avermectins, their mechanism of action, chemical efficacy and safety in cattle, sheep, swine, horses and dogs are reviewed.

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Barragry, T. B.
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Canadian Veterinary Journal, 1987, 28, 8, pp 512-517
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A succinct review is given of the action of the various avermectins against nematodes, insects and ticks of cattle, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, dogs, cats, poultry and laboratory animals.

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Barrio, A. G.
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Medicina Veterinaria, 1986, 3, 4, pp 197-204
Abstract

An outbreak of acute coenuriasis in young cattle occurred at a collective farm in the Armenian SSR in 1979-1980. Taenia multiceps were passed by 3 of 5 farm dogs and by 70% of privately owned dogs after anthelmintic treatment. A control programme which included monthly treatment of calves with...

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Chobanyan, A. G.
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Materialy Nauchnoĭ Konferentsii Vsesoyuznogo Obshchestva Gel'mintologov (Biologiya i taksonomiya gel'mintov zhivotnykh i cheloveka), 1984, No.34, pp 146-148
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This review deals with the chemistry, physiological disposition, antiparasitic activity (in cattle, sheep, pigs, horses, dogs and man) and mode of action of ivermectin. The drug has been approved for use against gastrointestinal nematodes, Hypoderma spp., Dermatobia hominis, Oestrus ovis and ...

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Campbell, W. C.
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Parasitology Today, 1985, 1, 1, pp 10-16
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A single oral dose of 5 mg/kg of fenbendazole was 100% effective against Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus and Oesophagostomum in pigs. At 7.5 to 10 mg/kg it was 100% effective against Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Oesophagostomum and Ascaris, in cattle and buffaloes and Paracooperia in buffaloes, and...

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Madheker, D. R.; Roy, R. M.; Sivanarayana, T.; Ramanathan, S.
Citation
Livestock Adviser, 1985, 10, 11, pp 47-51

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