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Following the apparent failure of levamisole to control infections of Haemonchus contortus in sheep at Lawes in south eastern Queensland, a strain of this parasite was isolated at the Animal Research Institute, Yeerongpilly. This strain was used to infect sheep at Yeerongpilly and the Merrindale Research Station, Victoria where four experiments to classify… (More)
Four experiments in 1978-79, and 2 in 1982 designed to define the optimum dose rate of dermally applied formulations of levamisole are described. These experiments showed that the absorption of levamisole with resultant blood levels and anthelmintic activity is strongly influenced by temperature. In warm to hot conditions percutaneous absorption is rapid… (More)
BACKGROUND Racial and ethnic disparities in cervical cancer screening have been attributed to socioeconomic, insurance, and cultural differences. Our objective was to explore racial and ethnic differences in adherence to cervical cancer screening recommendations among female post-graduate physicians. METHODS We conducted a cross-sectional survey at one… (More)
Levamisole can be combined with polyvalent clostridial vaccine so as to retain the activity of both components. Antibody response is heightened and the anthelmintic activity of levamisole is unimpaired. Tissue reactions at the injection site are acceptable being within the normal range of each component when given separately.
BACKGROUND: Postgraduate training involves intensive clinical education characterized by long work hours with minimal flexibility. Time demands may be a barrier to obtaining preventive care for housestaff during postgraduate training. OBJECTIVE: Assess adherence to United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) cervical cancer screening… (More)
In sheep, 3-tert butyl 4'5 dicyano 6 methyl 2' bromo salicylanilide was found to be active against mature Fasciola hepatica down to 0.2 mg/kg but was toxic at 1.5 mg/kg.