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Chemoprophylaxis of bovine parasitic bronchitis using an oxfendazole pulse release intraruminal device: a preliminary experimental study



Chemoprophylaxis of bovine parasitic bronchitis using an oxfendazole pulse release intraruminal device: a preliminary experimental study



Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 9(3): 337-340



The device releases 750 mg oxfendazole on five occasions three weeks apart, thus destroying invading lungworms before maturity and preventing accummulation of larvae on pasture yet allowing some migration within the host to induce immunity. Two treated calves were fenced apart from 2 controls, then the 4 were dosed with 80 Dictyocaulus viviparus infective larvae twice weekly for 12 weeks.

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Accession: 001546160

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PMID: 2945012

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2885.1986.tb00051.x



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