Pharm, Antiparasitics III

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  1. Solubility and absorption of Piperazine:
    • Water Soluble
    • Readily absorbed by GIT & Most other organs
  2. What drug is a HW & Roundworm prophylactic?
    DEC
  3. Solubility of Benzimidazoles
    NOT soluble in water
  4. What broadspectrum drug has a wide margin of safety in all animals except cats and pregnant cows?
    Febantel
  5. What is a safer alternative for Pyrantel?
    Morantel
  6. Brahmas are especially sensitive to…
    OP’s
  7. Which OP is primarily used in ruminants? Why? 2
    • Coumphos
    • Approved for Dairy Cattle
  8. What drug results in significant residues in liver, kidney and fat, and low residues in the brain?
    Ivermectins
  9. What two drugs are extralabel microfilariocidal?
    • Ivermectin
    • Milbemycin
  10. Why arsenical is less toxic & has 5x arsenic retention time and 3x slower clearance?
    Melarsomine
  11. What is the safest, most effective, and approved cestode Tx? 2
    • Praziquantel
    • Epipraziquatel
  12. What drug is 100% effective in Tx of adult F. hepatica (>90days)?
    Clorsulon
  13. Ivermectin is not effective against… 2
    • Flukes
    • Tapes
  14. What drug is used to Tx immature flukes?
    Diamfenetide
  15. Extralabel use of which drug classes are illegal in food animals? 3/9
    • *Nitroimidizoles (ex. metro)
    • *Diethylstilbestrol
    • *Enrofloxacin/Baytril
    • Cloramphenicol
    • Clenbuterol
    • DMSO
    • Glycopeptides (Vancomycin)
    • Nitrofurazone
    • Dipyrone
  16. What drugs are most effective against asexual stages of coccidia?
    Sulfonamides
  17. What drug class is prohibited for Tx coccidia in laying hens?
    Sulfonamides
  18. Toxicity of ____ induces muscarinic and nicotinic effects
    OP’s
  19. What breeds/species are exceptionally sensitive to OPs? 3
    • Brahman
    • Greyhounds
    • Cats
  20. Which OP is of plant origin? Synthetic?
    • Plant= Pyrethrins
    • Synth= Pyrethroids
  21. Tx for Haematopinus suis, or pig lice=
    SQ Ivomec
  22. Safety margin of Fipronil?
    Very Wide
  23. What drug acts as a synergist and inhibits MFO?
    Piperonyl Butoxide
  24. Piperonyl Butoxide is often combined with…
    Pyrethroids
  25. PMO prohibits the presence of ____ & ___ on dairies
    DMSO & Colloid Silver
  26. FDA allows for extralabel use of ____ in minor spp only
    Medicated Feeds
  27. What drug is approved for use in lactating dairy cattle only?
    Sulfonamides
  28. What law allows for extralabel use of drugs with a PCPR
    AMDUCA
  29. Tolerance-
    Concentration a human can consume without any adverse affects
  30. Withdrawal time is the point at which _____=_____
    Residue Eliminiation = Tolerance
  31. What rule of thumb is used to estimate WDT of when giving extra label doses?
    • WTD= 5x Half life
    • (Add 1 half like to WDT)
  32. What radionuclides are of importance? 3
    • Iodine-131
    • Cesium-137
    • Strontium-90

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