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The Method of Anthelmintics

Sep. 19, 2018

How many kinds of veterinary drugs are usually used?

(1) External use

Method for using a drug in vitro to achieve an insect repellent effect. It is an effective method for preventing and treating ectoparasites in animals.

(2) medicated bath

The deworming agent is formulated into a solution (such as 1% trichlorfon solution, etc.) to perform a medicated bath on the animal twice a year to prevent and treat the ectoparasite of the animal. The anthelmintic drugs are applied to the surface of the animal to treat the ectoparasite of the animal. Commonly used 3% of trichlorfon emulsion or trichlorfon plus waste engine oil is applied to the affected part of the animal's body surface to treat animal parasitic diseases such as cockroaches. However, the area of one application should not exceed one-third of the total surface area of the body surface. Otherwise, it may cause poisoning of animals.

(3) Oral

It is a common, effective method of deworming to uniformly agitate the deworming drug in the feed or drinking water for feeding or drinking. The advantage is that it saves time and effort. However, the dose is not easy to accurately grasp, and some animals eat more. Some animals eat less and occasionally cause drug poisoning in animals. Such as levamisole,

albendazoletrichlorfon, chlorpheniramine, coccidia (linguistic), diclazuril and other anthelmintic drugs commonly used this method.

(4) Injection

Injecting an anesthetic to an animal for intramuscular injection to achieve the purpose of deworming. This method is accurate and effective, but it takes time and effort. This method is commonly used to deworm insecticides such as ivermectin and avermectin.

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