Canine babesiosis treatment with three different medicines

  title={Canine babesiosis treatment with three different medicines},
  author={G Torbica and Ljiljana Bedrica and Marko Samard{\vz}ija and Marija Lipar and Dubravka Ljubojevi{\'c} and Mario Kreszinger and Dra{\vz}en Đuri{\vc}i{\'c} and Ivica Harapin},
  journal={Acta Veterinaria Brno},
Canine babesiosis is a relatively frequent disease in Croatia. Elevated body temperature, anemia and haemoglobinuria are the most common signs. Diagnosis is rapidly obtained by employing blood smears, as B. canis is present in the red blood cells of affected dogs. Treatment is favourable and without consequences. Blood work was performed initialy, prior to treatment, and on the 1st and the 7th day following treatment. Following history and examination of the dogs blood and urine… 

Reliability of clinical monitoring for the diagnosis of babesiosis in dogs in Nigeria

Babesiosis accounts for a high percentage of hospital cases in canines in Africa, with about 40% mortality in the cases presented. In Nigeria, records show an estimated 30% annual morbidity when

Comparative therapeutic efficacy of imidocarb and diminazene aceturate against Babesia gibsoni in dogs

The present study estimated the therapeutic management of Babesia gibsoni in the dog population located in and around Jabalpur (M.P.) and found a lower the degree of Parasitemia on the 15 th -day post- treatment and on the 30 th - day post-treatment blood smear was negative in all affected dogs.

Ameliorative effects of alpha-lipoic acid and imidocarb dipropionate on clinico-haematological changes induced by experimental Babesia canis vogeli infection in dogs

Co-administration of imidocarb with ALA acted synergistically and also ameliorated the clinico-haematological changes in experimental canine babesiosis, and the agent may be a promising and potent drug in the management of canine babESiosis.

Piroplazmoza konja

Piroplazmoza je hemoprotozojska bolest široke geografske rasprostranjenosti i svjetskog značenja. U kopitara piroplazmozu prouzroče paraziti Theileria equi i Babesia caballi. Pojava piroplazmoze usko

Assessment Of Renal Function Using Canine Cystatin-C Levels In Canine Babesiosis And Ehrlichiosis

Serum canine Cys-C as a novel RF marker could be used for early detection of renal injury in both babesiosis and CME, and to the author's knowledge, this is the first study reporting that mean serum canine CYS-C levels in dogs with CME demonstrated no elevation.



Clinical manifestations of canine babesiosis in Hungary (63 cases).

DIC was found to predict MODS more sensitively in this study than SIRS: there were 6 animals developing MODS out of 11 identified with DIC, while only 5 dogs developed MODSOut of 22 having SIRR, and systemic inflammatory response syndrome and DIC are two possible pathways leading to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) in babesiosis.

Canine babesiosis in Slovenia: molecular evidence of Babesia canis canis and Babesia canis vogeli.

The results of this study demonstrate the presence of canine babesiosis due to B. c.

Analysis of haematological abnormalities observed in dogs infected by a large Babesia.

It was found that the most significant haematological abnormality in the course of babesiosis is thrombocytopoenia, less severe abnormalities included anaemia, leukopoenias (both neutropoenia and lymphopoenia), moreover bior pancytopoenias were noted more seldom.

Preliminary Evaluation of the BrEMA1 Gene as a Tool for Associating Babesia rossi Genotypes and Clinical Manifestation of Canine Babesiosis

A preliminary finding suggests clinically important differences between the various B. rossi genotypes identified, and these genotypes were also the ones associated with the poorest prognosis.

Clinical management of canine babesiosis.

Clinical syndromes associated with a poorer prognosis include red biliary syndrome, acute renal failure, acute respiratory distress syndrome, neurologic dysfunction, acute pancreatitis, cardiac dysfunction, and hypoglycemia.

Babesiosis in a litter of pups.

All pups recovered from clinical signs and hematologic abnormalities attributable to babesiosis within 2.5 weeks after treatment with diminazene aceturate, and a positive linear correlation between PCV and absolute reticulocyte count suggested that the variation in PCV may have been related more to the ability of a pup to increase erythrocyte production than to a difference in magnitude of ery Throcyte destruction.


The sensitivity of the touch-down PCR makes it particularly appropriate for diagnostics of atypical and chronic cases of babesiosis, and the sequencing analysis of the studied isolates revealed that canine babesia in Warsaw area is caused by Babesia canis canis.

Diagnosis of Canine Babesiosis by Percoll Gradient Separation of Parasitized Erythrocytes

  • Stefano ComazziS. PaltrinieriM. ManfrediFrancesco Agnes
  • Biology
    Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation : official publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc
  • 1999
or a baculovirus-expressed NDV HN protein could be successfully used in the HI assay as an antigen to detect and titrate NDV antibodies in chicken or turkey sera. There was a high degree of