2016
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-29612016081 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Occurrences of gastrointestinal parasites were assessed in fecal samples from 3,099 dogs in the metropolitan region of São Paulo, SP, that were treated at the Veterinary Hospital of the University of São Paulo Veterinary School. The samples were analyzed using the flotation and centrifugal sedimentation methods. The results were compared with those from previous studies (at different times). The frequency of each parasite was correlated with the dogs' ages, breeds and gender, as well as the occurrences of diar… Show more

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“…This study evaluated the presence of parasites in dogs' feces collected from the environment. The overall frequency herein observed was higher than others previously reported, in which frequencies of 37.16% (Ferreira et al, 2013) and 20.5% (Ferreira et al, 2016) have been reported. The differences herein observed may (Funada et al, 2007).…”
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“…This study evaluated the presence of parasites in dogs' feces collected from the environment. The overall frequency herein observed was higher than others previously reported, in which frequencies of 37.16% (Ferreira et al, 2013) and 20.5% (Ferreira et al, 2016) have been reported. The differences herein observed may (Funada et al, 2007).…”
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“…Several species of gastrointestinal parasites of dogs have been considered important threat for the public health, since they may be important cause of zoonosis in human population Ferreira et al, 2016). Over the last decades, the habit of people to walk with animals, mainly dogs, in public places (e.g., squares and parks) have been increasing considerably.…”
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“…Likewise, the occurrence of gastrointestinal parasites was assessed in fecal samples from 3,099 dogs in the metropolitan region of São Paulo, SP and indicated Ancylostoma spp. as the most common nematode in these samples (7.1%), found both in adult and young dogs (Ferreira et al, 2016).…”
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“…Some may potentially lead to minor health problems that are temporary and resolve with discontinuation of treatment. Others may cause serious or fatal clinical conditions (SAMPAIO; RIVITTI, 2001;FERREIRA et al, 2016). These drugs include formulations for the eradication of enteric parasites (LARSSON, 1996).…”
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“…Nowadays, given the high number of companion animals kept indoors in large urban areas, where the possibility of endoparasitic infections, especially in adult animals, is smaller, dewormers should only be prescribed after the diagnose of the parasitic agent. Recent works concerning dogs and cats treated at the same veterinary hospital have shown that there is an increase in the occurrence of protozoan infections in relation to helminth infections, and these protozoa require the use of specific drugs and/or differentiated doses and time of treatment (FERREIRA et al, 2016;GENNARI et al, 2016).…”
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