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Abstract

During a period of August and September, 36 of 96 male calves died of lungworm infection in a pasture of Shizuoka, central Japan. Remaining calves (93% positive by the faecal examination) were treated by tetramisole (15 mg/kg body-weight per os), the anthelmintic efficacy of which was 98%.

Author(s)
Takei, K.; Akimoto, S.; Yamada, H.; Mori, M.; Otoshi, K.; Kiuchi, H.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Tokyo, 1973, 582, pp 27-29