Prevention of endemic canine vector-borne diseases using imidacloprid 10% and permethrin 50% in young dogs: a longitudinal field study.

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Canine vector-borne diseases (CVBDs) are highly prevalent and increasing in distribution worldwide. A longitudinal study was conducted in southern Italy to determine the incidence of and protection against CVBD-causing pathogens in dogs treated with a combination of imidacloprid 10% and permethrin 50% (ImPer). One hundred eleven autochthonous young dogs… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2010.05.017

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@article{Otranto2010PreventionOE, title={Prevention of endemic canine vector-borne diseases using imidacloprid 10% and permethrin 50% in young dogs: a longitudinal field study.}, author={Domenico Otranto and Donato de Caprariis and Riccardo Paolo Lia and Viviana Domenica Tarallo and Vincenzo Lorusso and Gabriella Testini and Filipe Dantas-Torres and Stefania Latrofa and Pedro Paulo V P Diniz and Norbert Mencke and Ricardo Guillermo Maggi and E B Breitschwerdt and Gioia Capelli and Dorothee Stanneck}, journal={Veterinary parasitology}, year={2010}, volume={172 3-4}, pages={323-32} }