Field trial on the efficacy of an experimental fasciolicide
compared with some commercial compounds in naturally infected cattle.
Mechanisms of Fasciolicide Action and Drug Resistance in Fasciola hepatica.
The treatment has been carried out mainly with Fasciolicides (Albendazole Oxyclozanide and Triclabendazole) however resistance has been developed.
The probable reasons of increased infection rate of Fascioliasis may include (i) development of resistance due to improper use of Fasciolicides including frequent use of same drug for a longer time with inappropriate doses (Boray 1990; Fairweather and
Mechanism of fasciolicide
action and drug resistance in F.
9 after treatment of infected cattle with some fasciolicide
while investigating increase in milk quantity and quality.
With the application of a fasciolicide
(15% Albendazol, a single dosis of 0.
Resistance of flukes against conventional fasciolicides
has been observed; however, some cocktails, like wormigold oral suspension (levamisole + oxyclozanide + cobalt sulphate) and oxyfen (oxyclozanide + oxfedazole + cobalt sulphate+ selenium) having less efficacious drugs appear to have a higher success rate.
Field trial in comparative efficacy of four fasciolicides
against natural liver fluke infection in cattle.