ronidazole

ronidazole

a nitroimidazole derivative, similar to metronidazole. Used in the treatment of histomoniasis and swine dysentery.
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Further, ronidazole was documented to be effective for the control of Tritrichomonas infection in cats whereas its efficacy against Giardia was demonstrated only in dogs [12].
foetus infection, the two animals were treated with ronidazole (30 mg/kg bw, PO, SID) for 14 days.
As for Giardia, the infection is usually treated with fenbendazole and metronidazole, whereas ronidazole is currently the treatment of choice against T.
Schnyder, "Control of Giardia infections with ronidazole and intensive hygiene management in a dog kennel," Veterinary Parasitology, vol.
Once in the aviary, the flock was treated with ronidazole (600 mg/L water q24h for 7 days).
2 g of Met- ronidazole once per day for seven consecutive days, according to the results of the antibiotic sensitivity of Escherichia coli.
2 g of Met- ronidazole once per day for 10 consecutive days, ac- cording to the antibiotic sensitivity profile, supple- mented with supportive therapy.
2 g of Met- ronidazole, before receiving microbiological confor- mation and drug sensitivity and changed to patho- gen-sensitive Cefoperazone and Metronidazole af- ter microbiological tests.
Preventive treatments for zoonotic and contagious diseases were administered as follows: doxycycline (Vibravenos, Pfizer GmbH, Karlsruhe, Germany), 100 mg/kg IM, repeated 4 times, at 7-day intervals; ronidazole (Ridzol 10%, Merck & Co, Whitehouse Station, N J, USA), in the drinking water, for 7 days; all birds were sprayed with a 0.