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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Pipatabs, Hartz
  2. ________________ = flattened worms
  3. Profender (side effects)
  4. mebendazole (side effects)
  5. sulfadimethoxine (Albon) (mechanism)
  1. a piperazine
  2. b lethargy, salivation, vomiting, neurological signs (tremors)
  3. c liver toxicity issues
  4. d reduces the number of oocysts shed
  5. e platyheliminths

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. stimulate the nematode's cholinergic nervous system, leading to paralysis of the parasite (not ovicidal)
  2. fleas
  3. inhibit cholinesterase activity, cause ACh to remain active in the neuromuscular junction of the parasite (neurotoxic to parasites)
  4. Dipylidium and Taenia, but not Echinococcus
  5. nematodes, Taenia spp., Giardia

5 True/False questions

  1. tetrahydropirimidines (mechanism)ascarids, pinworms, strongyles, hookworms

          

  2. selamectin (Revolution)once monthly topical preventative (HW), used to prevent third stage larvae from reaching maturity; monthly topical flea and tick preventative, ear mites, hookworm and roundworm in cats; in dog also kills heartworm, ear mites, sarcoptes, and American Dog Tick

          

  3. avermectins (mechanism)bind to certain chloride channels in the parasite nerve and muscle cells, causing paralysis and death of the parasite

          

  4. Echinococcusorganophosphate

          

  5. imidazothiazoles (effective against)ascarids, strongyles, whipworms, hookworms

          

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