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5 Matching questions

  1. What 6 drugs are best for treating nematodes?
  2. What is the treatment for an organophosphate overdose?
  3. What OTC GI anthelmintic can be irritating to the mouth?
  4. What two tests are used to look for microfilaria?
  5. Prescription cestode products get what part(s) of the worm?
  1. a piperazine, benzimidazoles, organophosphates, pyrantel pamoate, vermiplex, avermectin.
  2. b atropine, 2-PAM, wash off if topical.
  3. c difil and knotts.
  4. d vermiplex.
  5. e head (scolex) and body (proglottids).

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ivermectin.
  2. L-3.
  3. caparsolate, immiticide.
  4. droncit.
  5. trichloriform (telmin B).

5 True/False questions

  1. What does SLUD stand for and what drug is it associated with?ataxia, coma, vision loss, bradycardia.

          

  2. How many weeks after microfilaricide is retesting done?after 4 weeks give microfilaricide to kill L-1, 3, 4, 5's.

          

  3. What are the 3 main heartworm preventatives?right side.

          

  4. Which heartworms are hardest to kill?L-3, L-4.

          

  5. Which heartworm treatment is safer and more effective?immature adults and females.

          

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