2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-29612010000300011
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Abstract: To evaluate the necessary time and to identify the differences among anthelmintics for the reduction of parasite eggs shed in feces, five groups of cattle were treated with moxidectin, ivermectin, levamisole phosphate, and albendazole sulphoxide. Levamisole promoted a reduction in egg count per gram (EPG-R) of 97.4% after 24 hours, moxidectin 98.3% after 36 hours, and albendazole sulphoxide 95.9% after 36 hours post-treatment. Cooperia spp. and Haemonchus spp. showed resistance to ivermectin. The results demon… Show more

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“…Low efficiency at a lowest dosage of ivermectin in this study was reported by Fazzio et al (2012) in Argentina, who observed an RFEC rate of 28.4%, 22 days after the treatment of calves, while Soutello et al (2010) reported that the highest RFEC (72.2%) was observed 3 days after treatment and for 28 days thereafter, which was evaluated after administration of 1% ivermectin. On the Santa Catarina plateau, 18% of the cattle had an efficacy greater than 95% and 5% and less than 14% (SOUZA et al, 2008).…”
Section: Introductioncontrasting
confidence: 40%
“…It was not possible to assess the effectiveness of ivermectin in the genus Strongyloides, since this genus was not observed in the control group (Table 2). Efficiency % = (LPG mean of X from control group in 10 day -LPG mean of X from treated group in 10 day) × 100 LPG mean of X from control group Similarly, Souza et al (2008) and Soutello et al (2010) described the inefficiency of ivermectin in Cooperia and Haemonchus, while Rangel et al (2005) showed the same in the genus Oesophagostomum. Cezar et al (2010) reported 100% efficacy of ivermectin 3.15% in Oesophagostomum.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This study is an integrative literature review, aimed at synthesizing the existing knowledge, which allows not only analyzing the studies already built, but also generating openings for new research (Souza et al, 2010). The articles were located by online search engines of the following platforms: Scientific Electronic Library (https://scielo.org); Journal Portal Capes (https://www.periodicos.capes.gov.br) and Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com) in the period from September 2021 (Figure 1).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This causes it to compromise the maintenance of refugia and the effectiveness of treatments (Soutello, 2010). Becoming even more important with the launch of several endectocidal products on the market, this drug has actions on several internal parasites of animals (Nascimento, 2003).…”
Section: Anthelmintic Resistance In Cattlementioning
confidence: 99%
“…For many years, anthelmintics were effective in controlling intestinal parasites in ruminants. However, one consequence of the widespread use of these drugs has been the emergence of resistant nematodes, a problem that is widespread in the sheep farming systems worldwide (Lopes et al, 2009;Palcy et al, 2010;Soutielo et al, 2010;Almeida et al, 2013).…”
Section: Known Anthelmintic Resistance In Ruminants and Its Diagnosismentioning
confidence: 99%