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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. pyrethrin/permethrins (BioSpot, ProTicCall)
  2. methoprene
  3. albendazole (effective against)
  4. benzimidazoles (mechanism)
  5. metaflumizone (Promeris)
  1. a flea preventative; insect growth regulator; prevents molting,
    mimics juvenile hormone of parasite, no adult kill
  2. b trematodes, some nematodes, Giardia
  3. c monthly topical flea preventative; paralyzes fleas, does not kill eggs
  4. d interferes with the energy metabolism of the worm
  5. e monthly topical flea preventative; do NOT use on cats

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. blocks neuromuscular transmission in the parasite
  2. monthly topical flea preventative
  3. neurological disease in horses, caused by the protozoan Sarcocystis neurona
  4. anorexia, vomiting, and myelosuppression
  5. inhibit cholinesterase activity, cause ACh to remain active in the neuromuscular junction of the parasite (neurotoxic to parasites)

5 True/False questions

  1. morantel tartrate (Strongid/Nemex)tetrahydropirimidine

          

  2. thiabendazole (Tresaderm)liver toxicity in dogs

          

  3. dinetofuran and pyriproxyfen (Vetra)monthly topical flea preventative; paralyzes fleas, does not kill eggs

          

  4. melarsomine (used for)HW adulticide therapy

          

  5. chlorsulon (mechanism)works by inhibiting the trematode's enzyme systems
    for energy production

          

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