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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. depsipeptides (mechanism)
  2. Profender (uses)
  3. piperazine (effective against)
  4. metaflumizone (Promeris)
  5. imidazothiazoles (effective against)
  1. a stimulate presynaptic receptors which cause paralysis and death of the parasite
  2. b used topically in cats for treatment and control of hookworm, roundworm, and tapeworm
  3. c ascarids, strongyles, whipworms, hookworms
  4. d monthly topical flea preventative; paralyzes fleas, does not kill eggs
  5. e only ascarids, and only about 80%

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. trematodes, some nematodes, Giardia
  2. nephrotoxicity and hepatotoxicity, parasite embolism, anaphylaxis secondary to parasite death
  3. cestodes, trematodes
  4. Profender
  5. interferes with the energy metabolism of the worm

5 True/False questions

  1. ivermectin (used for)heartworm prevention (Heartgard, Ivomec) (once monthly oral preventative), microfilaricide (50mcg/kg)

          

  2. diethylcarbamazinedaily oral preventative (HW), used to prevent third stage larvae from reaching maturity

          

  3. pyrantel pamoate (Strongid/Nemex)tetrahydropirimidine

          

  4. imidocloprid + permethrin (K-9 Advantix)monthly topical flea and tick preventative; do NOT use on cats

          

  5. morantel tartrate (Strongid/Nemex)monthly topical flea and tick preventative