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Cattle hypodermosis, due to insect larvae, is widely spread over the northern hemisphere. Very efficient insecticides are available and their use in most countries are done on an individual level but never cover the whole cattle population of a country. Untreated animals remain the reservoir of the ...

Author(s)
Boulard, C.
Publisher
EDP Sciences, Les Ulis, France
Citation
Veterinary Research, 2002, 33, 5, pp 455-464
Abstract

The activity of moxidectin as a 1% w/v injectable solution on 1st-instar larvae of Hypoderma spp. was evaluated in 16 naturally infested young cattle [in France]. The animals were selected on the basis of their serological status and allocated to 2 groups of 8 animals. At the end of November, 1...

Author(s)
Boulard, C.; Banting, A. de L.; Cardinaud, B.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1998, 77, 2/3, pp 205-210
Abstract

In France, the National Eradication Programme for Hypoderma bovis and H. lineatum started in 1989. Set up under the impulse of OFIVAL and the hide industry, this programme had as its object the eradication of warble fly from French cattle herds. The technical measures used in this programme are...

Author(s)
Potaufeux, V.
Publisher
Institut l'Elevage, Paris, France
Citation
2èmes rencontres autour des recherches sur les ruminants, Paris, France, 13-14 décembre 1995., 1995, pp 279-283
Abstract

The first part of this article summarizes the biology of Hypoderma bovis and H. lineatum and the clinical features, epidemiology and prophylaxis of hypodermosis. The second part of the article describes an experiment in which 32 cattle from Hypoderma-affected farms in the Burgundy region of France...

Author(s)
Levasseur, G.; Alzieu, J. P.; Chiarisoli, O.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1994, No. 1, pp 7-15
Abstract

In southern Saone-et-Loire, France, where H. lineatum predominates over H. bovis, a high rate of oesophagitis and other adverse effects following trichlorfon (Neguvon Spot-on) or ivermectin (Ivomec) treatment for Hypoderma during the winter of 1990-91 was attributed to allergic inflammatory...

Author(s)
Keck, G.; Combier, L.; Boulard, C.; Christophe, J. P.; Levasseur, G.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1992, 23, 141, pp 927-931
Abstract

Author(s)
Hamard, E.
Publisher
Office for Official Publications of the European Community, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Citation
Improvements in control methods for warble-fly in cattle and goats: workshops held in Cordoba 8 to 10 May 1991., 1992, pp 29-35
Abstract

Warble infestation of cattle occurs in all regions of France. In 1990, the cost of control in 170 000 cattle in 5000 herds was about 1.5 million francs. Epidemiology, host-parasite relationship and immune phenomena are reviewed.

Author(s)
Féral, P.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1991, No. 6, pp 181-187
Abstract

An account of the postmortem procedures for emergency slaughtered cattle with suspected complications arising from treatment for Hypoderma infestation.

Author(s)
Prieur, G.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1990, No. 2, pp 7-9
Abstract

It was determined whether immunization with hypodermin A (HA) and various adjuvants could provide protective immunity for Friesian calves when challenged with a natural infestation of Hypoderma larvae. Groups of naive calves were vaccinated with HA antigen alone or with Freund's incomplete adjuvant ...

Author(s)
Chabaudie, N.; Villejoubert, C.; Boulard, C.
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 1991, 21, 7, pp 859-862
Abstract

Cases of adverse effects of early application of ivermectin in cattle infested with H. bovis larvae were attributed to the presence of H. lineatum larvae. The clinical signs, resembling those of oesophageal obstruction, lasted 1-2 days.

Author(s)
Levasseur, G.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1991, No. 6, pp 189-192

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