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  1. How many weeks after microfilaricide is retesting done?
  2. When does piperazine need to be repeated and why?
  3. What two tests are used to look for microfilaria?
  4. What 6 drugs are best for treating nematodes?
  5. What does SLUD stand for and what drug is it associated with?
  1. a piperazine, benzimidazoles, organophosphates, pyrantel pamoate, vermiplex, avermectin.
  2. b salivation, lacrimation, urination, defecation. associated with organophosphate OD.
  3. c 3 weeks.
  4. d 2-3 weeks. only gets adults.
  5. e difil and knotts.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. ivermectin.
  2. filaribits.
  3. strongid-C.
  4. atropine, 2-PAM, wash off if topical.
  5. if given daily will kill ingested larvae, but will NOT kill adults.

5 True/False Questions

  1. What are the two treatments for heartworm?given steroids and preventatives and wait for worms to die naturally.

          

  2. Why does pyrantel pamoate need to be shaken before given?nemex, strongid-T, imathol.

          

  3. What do we do with cats that have heartworm?given steroids and preventatives and wait for worms to die naturally.

          

  4. What are signs of avermectin toxicity?ivermectin.

          

  5. What organophosphate drug is good for bots in horses?coumaphos (baymix).

          

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