clorsulon

clorsulon

a benzenesulfonamide anthelmintic and flukacide used in cattle and sheep.
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A note on ivermectin and clorsulon treatment of cattle infested with subcutaneous parasites.
Se ensayo el uso de esta droga via oral (como es indicado por la industria farmaceutica), su efectividad se comparo con IVOMEC-F[R] (Clorsulon 100 mg/lmL - Ivermectina 10 mg/lmL), conociendo que el Clorsulon solamente elimina formas adultas de F.
En este estudio se observo que el Clorsulon no tuvo accion significativa contra Cotylophoron, mientras que se evidencio negativizacion del analisis coprologico en los animales tratados con Triclabendazol.
9) Clorsulon, a benzenesulfonamide anthelmintic, (10) also has been used alone and in conjunction with praziquantel for treatment of air sac trematodiasis, (2) with varying results.
Activity of oxyclozanide, nitroxynil, clorsulon and albendazole against adult triclabendazole resistant Fasciola hepatica.
Dr Vickers said: "Cattle rarely show signs of acute fluke disease, therefore unless acute disease is suspected or diagnosed, a flukicide with activity against late immature/adult fluke stages (closantel, clorsulon, nitroxynil) may be selected, especially for treatments given in the late autumn/winter months.
Unless acute disease is suspected or diagnosed in cattle, a flukicide that acts against late immature and adult fluke stages should be selected, such as closantel, clorsulon or nitroxynil, for treatment in the autumn and winter months.
hepatica including clorsulon (cattle and sheep only) and albendazole in the United States and triclabendazole, netobimin, closantel, rafoxanide, and oxyclozanide in other countries (resistance to triclabendazole has developed in Australia and Europe).