aceturate

a·cet·u·rate

(ă-set'ū-rāt),
USAN-approved contraction for N-acetylglycinate.
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To observe the efficacy of the various drugs, Thirty Two positive cases were selected and divided into four groups, Group A was treated with Suramin, Group B with Isometamidium chloride, group C was treated with the Diminazine di aceturate and group D was kept as control.
Diminazene aceturate (Berenil RTU (d)) 5 mg/kg deep i/m also.
5 mg/ kg of 7% diminazene aceturate through a deep intramuscular (i.
The final efficacy of oxytetracycline, imidocarb dipropionat and diaminazin aceturate was 100,87.
The diminazene aceturate is the most commonly drug used for controlling the trypanosomosis in domestic animals, since it presents a higher therapeutic index when compared to the other drugs used in this species, besides its lower cost (19).
Efficacy of imidocarb dipropionate along with oxytetracycline, imidocarb dipropionate alone, diminazene aceturate along with oxytetracycline and diminazene aceturate alone was 100,80, 80 and 70 percent in sheep whereas in goats 100, 80, 90 and 70 percent against babesia respectively, making imidocarb dipropionate along with oxytetracycline the most effective combination in both sheep and goats.
Relapses in dogs experimentally infected with Trypanosoma brucei and treated with diminazene aceturate or isometamidium chloride.
Diminazene aceturate is an effective drug used in the treatment of trypanosomosis a disease caused by protozoan parasites known as trypanosomes.
A variety of drugs have been used to treat babesiosis, but only diminazene aceturate and imidocarb dipropionate are currently in use.
Pentamidine isethionate and Diminazene aceturate has also been used for the treatment of Babesia gibsoni and Babesia canis [28].