triclabendazole


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triclabendazole

a highly effective fasciolicide against liver flukes.
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Product choice is critical - Triclabendazole is still the product of choice because it kills the most immature fluke.
4] observed a fasciolicidal effect of Calligonum comosum which appeared more effective in treatment of fascioliasis than triclabendazole (TCBZ).
Comparative kinetics of serological and coproantigen ELISA and faecal egg count in cattle experimentally infected with Fasciola hepatica and following treatment with triclabendazole.
Evasion strategies, such as avoiding poorly-drained ground, is recommended, while Merial Animal Health believes dosing sheep with triclabendazole is the best choice of treatment.
However, Agarwal (2012) has successfully treated nasal schistosomosis by administering Triclabendazole @ 20 mg/kg b.
They were treated with the combination of triclabendazole and levamisole, Mallotus philippensis and Fumaria indica Triclabendazole and levamisole combination was the most effective treatment in order followed by kamila (Mallotus philippensis) and shahtrah (Fumaria indica).
Confirmation of Fasciola hepatica resistant to triclabendazole in naturally infected Australian beef and dairy cattle.
The patients were treated with a single dose of triclabendazole (10 mg/kg).
Resistance of Fasciola hepatica against triclabendazole in cattle in Cajamarca (Peru): a clinical trial and an in vivo efficacy test in sheep.
For F hepatica infection treatment, a single dose of 10 mg/kg triclabendazole is recommended.
An experimental study on triclabendazole resistance of Fasciola hepatica in sheep.
1990) and greater improvement in milk yield would be expected with drugs such as Triclabendazole which is effective against all stages of parasite.