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Keywords: Trematodal infection, Gastrointestinal nematodiasis, Ectoparasitic infestation, Benzimidazoles Ivermectin, Levamisole, Nitroxynil, Piperazine, Praziquantal and Pyrental.
Issue Date: May-2012
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary & Animal |Sciences University
Abstract: A clinical study was carried out to record clinical cases of different species at different internship placement. The study aimed to evaluate prescribed anthelmintic drugs against the recorded parasitic disease. The structured record keeping sheet was used to obtain the necessary information. The most prevalent cases were Sarcoptic Mange Infestation, Tick infestation, Demodecosis, Maggot infestation, Facioliasis, Ascariasis, Strongyloidiasis, Hook Worm Infection, Tape Worm Infection and Babesiosis respectively in India. Similar cases were found in Bagladesh.However Ascardiasis and Paramphistomiasis were found only Bangladesh not India but Demodecosis was not found and. Ectoparasitic infestation are more commom in India than Bangladesh. The prevalence of parasitic disease were studied in (n = 50) cases in different species with 3 age groups (<12 months, >12-24 months, and >24 months) and sex. Sex wise prevalence of Trematodal infection was higher in male, in Gastrointestinal nematodiasis was higher in male than female hosts. The anthelmintic drugs show their effects on the animal body and their regular activities by causing helminthiasis which is a very severe parasitic disease. Benzimidazoles Ivermectin, Levamisole, Nitroxynil, Piperazine were commonly used both India and Bangladesh but Praziquantal and Pyrental were only used in India for the treatment of ascariasis, hook worm and tape worm infection. The purpose of this report is to focus on drugs which are used in veterinary medicine to treat parasitic infection.
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