5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What 6 drugs are best for treating nematodes?
- What is the treatment for an organophosphate overdose?
- What OTC GI anthelmintic can be irritating to the mouth?
- What two tests are used to look for microfilaria?
- Prescription cestode products get what part(s) of the worm?
- a piperazine, benzimidazoles, organophosphates, pyrantel pamoate, vermiplex, avermectin.
- b atropine, 2-PAM, wash off if topical.
- c difil and knotts.
- d vermiplex.
- e head (scolex) and body (proglottids).
5 Multiple choice questions
- caparsolate, immiticide.
- trichloriform (telmin B).
5 True/False questions
What does SLUD stand for and what drug is it associated with? → ataxia, coma, vision loss, bradycardia.
How many weeks after microfilaricide is retesting done? → after 4 weeks give microfilaricide to kill L-1, 3, 4, 5's.
What are the 3 main heartworm preventatives? → right side.
Which heartworms are hardest to kill? → L-3, L-4.
Which heartworm treatment is safer and more effective? → immature adults and females.