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Diagnosing helminthiasis by coprological examination.
Helminth and protozoan parasites in dogs and cats in Belgium.
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
Diagnosing helminthiasis through coprological examination.
World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (W.A.A.V.P.) guidelines for evaluating the efficacy of anthelmintics for dogs and cats.
These guidelines should assist both investigators and registration authorities involved in the evaluation of anthelmintics to employ comparable and standard procedures and will have the added benefit of minimising the numbers of animals needed for such tests. Expand
Ultrastructural evaluation of the effects of diclazuril on the endogenous stages ofEimeria maxima andE. brunetti in experimentally inoculated chickens
It is concluded that diclazuril treatment primarily affected particular stages in the sexual development of both Eimeria maxima and E. brunetti, resulting in the complete eradication of these coccidian species. Expand
Tetramisole (R 8299), A New, Potent Broad Spectrum Anthelmintic
After heating for 15 min, a well-defined spot pattern due to the previously reported intermediate phase was obtained, indicating that by controlled heating the intermediate structure can be recognized as a separate phase, which under normal conditions does not revert to brucite. Expand
Diclazuril, a new broad spectrum anticoccidial drug in chickens. 1. Dose titration studies and pilot floor pen trials.
In these pilot studies, involving 1,020 Hisex and 1,000 Hubbard broiler chickens, it has been demonstrated that diclazuril at the dose level of 1 ppm in the diet is an excellent anticoccidial without any adverse effects. Expand
In vivo action of the anticoccidial diclazuril (Clinacox) on the developmental stages of Eimeria tenella: a histological study.
- L. Maes, W. Coussement, O. Vanparijs, R. Marsboom
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of parasitology
- 1 December 1988
It is concluded that diclazuril is lethal against both the asexual and the sexual stages of E. tenella. Expand
Efficacy of diclazuril in the prevention and cure of intestinal and hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits.
- O. Vanparijs, L. Hermans, L. van der Flaes, R. Marsboom
- Biology, Medicine
- Veterinary parasitology
- 15 July 1989
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.
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