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Effect of treatment of natural nematode infections in geese on some haematological and biochemical values



Effect of treatment of natural nematode infections in geese on some haematological and biochemical values



Veterinaria SPOFA 17(1): 35-60



Geese naturally infected with nematodes and Hymenolepis sp. were treated with Nilverm (tetramisole) or pyrantel tartrate (both at 45 mg/kg body-weight), or were left as untreated controls. Blood samples were taken before treatment and 24 hours and 8 days after. The respective efficiencies of the 2 drugs were: Amidostomum anseris 100 and 80%, Trichostrongylus tenuis 100% for both, Ganguleterakis dispar 100 and 90%, and Capillaria anseris 70% for both.

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