enilconazole

enilconazole

a broad-spectrum imidazole antifungal agent particularly useful in the treatment of canine nasal aspergillosis.
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Surgical treatment of canine nasal aspergillosis by rhinotomy combined with enilconazole infusion and oral itraconazole.
Endoscopically placed tubes for administrate of enilconazole for treatment of nasal aspergillosis in dogs.
Aunque es dificil establecer una estrategia terapeutica unica para el tratamiento de los dermatofitos, se sugiere el uso de antimicoticos como griseofulvina, itraconazol, terbinafina, ketoconazol, fluconazol (1, 33) y enilconazole como las mas efectivas (1, 2); sin dejar de lado la limpieza rigurosa del habitat de los animales (2, 12, 23, 33, 41,42).
equinum of a mixture containing 25% TTO in sweet almond oil, was evaluated in vivo treating 30 subjects, the others were administered enilconazole 2% solution.
Enilconazole is considered the first choice drug in conventional medicine, due to its efficacy, safety, and cheapness.
A randomized open clinical trial to compare therapeutic effects of TTO with enilconazole in equine ringworm was carried out.
TTO mixture was used to soak the crusts, while enilconazole was administered after crusts removal.
Whole-body topical therapy is controversial and is typically done with enilconazole (a rinse not currently available in North America), miconazole shampoo, or lime sulfur dip.
In sheep treatment is application of sodium hypochlorite solutions or enilconazole rinses (where available).
Current treatment options for aspergillosis include itraconazole with or without amphotericin B, enilconazole, fluconazole, clotrimazole, and terbinafine.
Avian veterinarians have used an array of drugs to treat aspergillosis, including amphotericin B, enilconazole, clotrimazole, itraconazole, fluconazole, flucytosine, and voriconazole, (12-16) as well as potential prevention through immunization.