ectoparasiticide

ec·to·par·a·sit·i·cide

(ek'tō-par'ă-sit'i-sīd),
An agent that is applied directly to the host to kill ectoparasites.
[ectoparasite + L. caedo, to kill]
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with headquarters in Sterling Massachusetts, and one of the largest veterinary distributors in the United States has entered into an agreement with Summit VetPharm to distribute their portfolio of ectoparasiticide products to practicing veterinarians.
Vectra 3D's new triple-action topical ectoparasiticide formula is available to pet owners only through licensed veterinarians.
For instance, seeing a need to address the issue of growing resistance among fleas and ectoparasites to current insecticide products on the market, Summit VetPharm's first product is an innovative new ectoparasiticide and includes Dinotefuran, a new third-generation neonicotinoid active that has remarkable "speed of kill" and will help combat resistance.
Fenthion [O, O-dimethyl-O-(4-methylmercapto)-3-methylphenylthio-phosphate] is an organophosphorus pesticide widely used throughout the world as a broad-spectrum insecticide for numerous crops and also as an ectoparasiticide for farm animals (Roberts and Hutson 1999).
Diazinon is one of the most usually used OPS that is used to control a range of crop pests and also as a veterinary ectoparasiticide in many countries including Iran.
Lindane is a chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide as well as a human and veterinary ectoparasiticide, which continues to be prescribed for the treatment of body lice in humans.
org/ recommend year-round ectoparasiticide protection for all cats and dogs, regardless of where they live.
Breitschwerdt, "This is the most comprehensive study, to my knowledge, ever conducted testing the efficacy of a repellent ectoparasiticide to prevent the transmission of a spectrum of CVBDs in young dogs.
The active substance of BRAVECTO, fluralaner, a new ectoparasiticide belonging to the isoxazoline group, is systemically active against fleas and ticks.
For future growth, we intend to focus on the food animal market with emphasis on biologicals, ectoparasiticides, implants and feed ingredients.
These include feed ingredients, biologicals, ectoparasiticides and implants.
Today, the spectrum of parasiticides for the veterinary applications continues to expand with variety of ectoparasiticides, endoparasiticides, and endectocides being launched every year.