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Anthelmintic resistance of gastrointestinal parasites in small ruminants.
The Consensus Statement is intended to be a guide for veterinarians, but it is not a statement of standard of care or a substitute for clinical judgment.
Pluronic F127 gel formulations of deslorelin and GnRH reduce drug degradation and sustain drug release and effect in cattle.
The results indicate that, deslorelin exerts a pharmacological effect in cattle and can be altered by controlling the input or the release rate of the drug.
Development and in-vitro evaluation of sustained release poloxamer 407 (P407) gel formulations of ceftiofur.
The objective of this study was to develop sustained release Poloxamer 407 (P407) gel formulations of ceftiofur for treating foot infections in cattle and it appears that other factors may have also affected the drug release rate.
Diseases of the Gastrointestinal System
Differentiation of Gastrointestinal Diseases in Adult Cattle
An understanding of diagnostic tests and procedures for gastrointestinal diseases of adult cattle assists the practitioner in differentiating the more common
Normal calves produced after transfer of in vitro fertilized embryos cultured with an antiviral compound.
Evaluating the capability of IVF embryos to develop into normal, weaned calves after exposure to antiviral concentrations of DB606 during IVC concluded that bovine embryo cultures can be safely supplemented with antiviral Concentrations DB606; addition ofDB606 agent might prevent viral transmission if BVDV were inadvertently introduced into the embryo culture system.
Effect of dexamethasone administration on bulls with a localized testicular infection with bovine viral diarrhea virus.
The results indicated that reactivation of BVDV in bulls with a localized testicular infection is unlikely; however, further research is necessary to determine the full potential for bovine viral diarrhea virus transmission from bulls withA localized testicle infection.
Alterations in acid-base balance and serum electrolyte concentrations in cattle: 632 cases (1984-1994).
To determine typical alterations in acid-base balance and serum electrolyte concentrations in cattle grouped on the basis of age, breed type, hydration status, clinical signs, and underlying disease, a Retrospective study of 632 cattle was conducted.
Gastrointestinal nematode infection and performance of weaned stocker calves in response to anthelmintic control strategies.
Providing a benzimidazole with a macrocyclic lactone given at two different periods may provide better GIN parasite control and improve animal gains for stocker calves grazing warm-season grass pastures.
Influence of pH and Temperature on Kinetics of Ceftiofur Degradation in Aqueous Solutions
The stability of ceftiofur in aqueous solutions at various pH and temperature conditions was evaluated and its degradation product, desfuroylceftio Fur, in the incubation solutions was quantified.