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Abstract

Anthelmintics, which remain the principal means for the prevention and control of subclinical and clinical ostertagiasis are reviewed under the headings: available anthelmintics (ivermectin, albendazole, fenbendazole, oxfendazole, thiabendazole, levamisole, morantel tartrate, phenothiazine,...

Author(s)
Prichard, R. K.; Ranjan, S.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 113-120
Abstract

This review primarily discusses the status and prospects for control of bovine ostertagiasis in northern Europe, with examples from Denmark, under the headings: prospects for control of ostertagiasis in relation to farming intensity and specialisation; immunity and control (naturally acquired...

Author(s)
Nansen, P.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 3-21
Abstract

The control of O. ostertagi infections in Australia is aimed specifically at young cattle in their first and 2nd year of grazing after weaning. Mature breeding stock are not routinely treated. The recommended strategy is preventive, using an integrated approach of timed anthelmintic treatments in...

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Anderson, N.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 27, 1, pp 49-57
Abstract

Benzimidazole- and levamisole-resistant Ostertagia circumcincta from sheep have been reported from several countries, but there are no reports of anthelmintic-resistant O. ostertagi in cattle, although resistance has been confirmed in controlled trials. Reasons for this may include the biology of...

Author(s)
Coles, G. C.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 27, 1, pp 89-96
Abstract

There are currently 4 major options for control of ostertagiasis and other ruminant gastrointestinal parasites. These are the traditional, suppressive, integrated and strategic approaches. Strategic dosing is the most realistic and beneficial approach for most regions of the world, including the...

Author(s)
Herd, R. P.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 27, 1, pp 111-123
Abstract

The anthelmintic treatment of Ostertagia ostertagi and Trichostrongylus axei infections of cattle is briefly reviewed with reference to work in Victoria, Australia. Details of the anthelmintics available are tabulated and preventative control schemes for use in Australia are outlined.

Author(s)
Bryden, D. I.; Anderson, N.
Publisher
Post-Graduate Committee in Veterinary Science., Sydney, NSW, Australia
Citation
Proceedings No.39 of the Refresher Course for Veterinarians, Volume 1 - The therapeutic jungle, 14-18 August, 1978, University of Sydney., 1978, pp 182-197
Abstract

Parasitic gastro-enteritis of cattle in Western Australia and the seasonal patterns of infection are briefly discussed. Ostertagia ostertagi and Cooperia oncophora are the dominant species. Trials using fenbendazole to limit pasture contamination with eggs and to remove hypobiotic (inhibited)...

Author(s)
Chaneet, G. de; Wilkinson, F. C.; Barker, D. J.
Citation
Proceedings of the 54th Annual Conference of the Australian Veterinary Association, Perth, 9-13 May, 1977., 1977, pp 86
Abstract

Anthelmintic control of Ostertagia ostertagi in cattle presents some special problems because the arrested larval stage (hypobiotic EL4) tolerates all of the older anthelmintics. The only anthelmintics on the North American market that are effective against this atage as well as the adult and...

Author(s)
Prichard, R. K.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 27, 1, pp 97-109
Abstract

[Against Ostertagia ostertagi in cattle]

Author(s)
Reed, G. A.
Publisher
Organizing Committee., Warsaw, Poland
Citation
4th International Congress of Parasitology, 19-26 August, 1978, Warsaw. Short communications, Section D., 1978, pp 35-36
Abstract

Experimental infections of sheep showed that Haemonchus contortus caused increased levels of pepsinogen. The increase occurred earlier than in Ostertagia circumcincta infections. Experiments with naturally infected sheep have shown a direct relationship between the number of worms in the abomasum...

Author(s)
Kerboeuf, D.
Publisher
Reiseburo Kuoni AG., Zurich, Switzerland
Citation
Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, 24-26 June, 1980, Lucerne, Switzerland, Volume II., 1980, pp 181-184

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