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Helminth and protozoan parasites in dogs and cats in Belgium.
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The data on the distribution of the various worm species in the positive dogs indicate that T. canis eggs were by far the most common (50.9%) and Toxocara cati was the most frequently found worm species at the necropsy of 25 cats. Expand
Efficacy of diclazuril in the prevention and cure of intestinal and hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits.
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Diclazuril at 1 p.p.m. in the feed prevented both intestinal and hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits and can be advocated for safe mass medication. Expand
Diclazuril, a new broad-spectrum anticoccidial for chickens. 3. Floor-pen trials.
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Experimental data indicated that diclazuril, at dose levels of .5, .75, 1, and 2 ppm, had a high anticoccidial activity in terms of preventing mortality, suppressing or reducing lesion scores, and allowing for normal weight gains as well as productivity. Expand
Anticoccidial efficacy of diclazuril in pheasants
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Diclazuril, a new anticoccidial drug, was tested in young pheasants artificially infected with the three most common pathogenic species of Eimeria, E colchici, E duodenalis and E phasiani and adequately controlled the infection. Expand
Diclazuril, a new broad spectrum anticoccidial drug in chickens. 2. Battery trials.
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It was concluded that diclazuril is a promising anticoccidial for the control of all species of coccidia that cause losses to the poultry industry. Expand
Mebendazole, a new potent drug against Syngamus trachea in turkeys.
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The activity of mebendazole was highly significant at a dose level of 0.0031% both as a curative and as a prophylactic treatment, and the drug was apparently well tolerated, and no side-effects were observed. Expand
Anthelmintic activity of flubendazole against Trichinella spiralis in rats
Abstract Flubendazole is a broad spectrum anthelmintic which is well tolerated in all animals species. Its activity against the intestinal, migrating and encysted phase of Trichinella spiralis inExpand
Efficacy of diclazuril against Eimeria dispersa in turkeys.
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Diclazuril, a new anticoccidial drug, was tested for its efficacy against Eimeria dispersa in turkeys and indicated that it was highly effective in terms of weight gain and suppression of lesions, abnormal droppings, and oocyst shedding. Expand
Efficacy of diclazuril against turkey coccidiosis in a floor-pen experiment.
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Diclazuril, a new anticoccidial drug, was tested for its efficacy in turkeys against mixed Eimeria infections and weight gain and feed conversion improved, particularly at 1 ppm. Expand
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