quinapyramine

quinapyramine

a drug used in the treatment of trypanosomiasis. A toxic reaction can occur within 2 hours after the administration of a therapeutic dose to cattle; signs include salivation, tremor, dyspnea, incoordination, tachycardia.
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Prevalence of blood parasites in equines in and around Faisalabad and efficacy and safety of quinapyramine sulphite against trypanosomiasis in naturally infected animals.
However, with the establishment of preventive measures, using chemoprophylaxis and control of vectors with pour on insecticides, and although quinapyramine is also used for prophylactic purpose, it has been possible to decrease the number of clinical cases of tripanosomiasis (SILVA et al.
evansi is based on antiprotozoal drugs such as suramine, diminazene aceturate, quinapyramine, melarsoprol and isometamidium (18).
In spite of confirmatory diagnosis of surra, the specific drug Quinapyramine sulphate could not be administered because non-availability.
Antibody levels by indirect ELISA test in Trypanosma evansi infected horses following treatment with quinapyramine sulphate.
Tsetse-transmitted trypanosomiasis in animals is treated with a variety of drugs including diminazen aceturate (cattle and dogs), quinapyramine sulfate (cattle, horses, camels, pigs, and dogs), suramin (horses, camels, and dogs), and prothidium (cattle).
A preliminary comparative study on the efficacy of quinapyramine sulphate/chloride and melarsoprol in rats, experimentally infected with Trypanosoma evansi.