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5 Matching Questions

  1. mebendazole
  2. pyrimethamine (side effects)
  3. Echinococcus
  4. chlorsulon (effective against)
  5. imidocloprid + permethrin (K-9 Advantix)
  1. a tapeworm carried by birds that causes cysts in the brain and other organs
  2. b benzimidazole
  3. c monthly topical flea and tick preventative; do NOT use on cats
  4. d effective against Fasciola hepatica (liver fluke) in large animals
  5. e anorexia, vomiting, and myelosuppression

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. flea preventative; kills fleas within 30 minutes, no residual action, prevents eggs from hatching
  2. 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. monthly topical flea preventative; paralyzes fleas, does not kill eggs
  4. reduces the number of oocysts shed
  5. monthly topical flea and tick preventative, demodex and sarcoptes on dogs ONLY

5 True/False Questions

  1. emodepside + praziquantelProfender


  2. benzimidazoles (mechanism)interferes with the energy metabolism of the worm


  3. pyrimethamine (used for)treatment of equine protozoal myeloencephalitis


  4. dinetofuran and pyriproxyfen (Vetra)flea preventative; insect growth regulator; prevents molting,
    mimics juvenile hormone of parasite, no adult kill


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


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