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Pharmacology: quiz 2

types of endoparasites round worm, hook worm, whip worm, cestodes(tapeworm), Protozoa coccidiosis, protozoa giardia
Ectoparasite Parasite living on the surface of the host body.
Avermectins Ivermectin, Moxidectin, Doramectin. Arthropods. not for dogs w/ MDR1 gene mutations(herding, collies.)
antimicrobial class of drugs that kills/suppresses the multiplication or growth of microorganisms
bacteriostatic arresting growth or multiplication of bacteria
bactericidal able to kill bacteria
AMR antimicrobial resistance, bacteria develop ability to survive in presence of antibiotic drugs
endoparasite parasite living inside the host body
why should antimicrobial drugs be used to full dose? for full effectiveness and to help prevent AMR
aminoglycosides -antimicrobial -bactericidal -nephrotxid/ototoxic
penicillin antimicribial, bacteriostatic, nausea + vomiting
cephalosporins antimicrobial, bactericidal, injectable (SLOWLY)
Tetracyclines antimicrobial, bacteriostatic, tooth discoloration in neonates & prenatal
Quinolones antimicrobial, bacteriostatic, damage to cartilage in growth patterns
lincosamides/macrolides antimicrobial, bacteriostatic, do not give to rabbits, hamsters, ginuea pigs and horses
sulfonamides "sulfa drugs" antimicrobials, bacteriostatic,coccdiostatic
fenbendazole round and hook worms, treatment for many parasites
milbemycin oxime round and hook worms
pyrantel pamoate whip worms (drontal plus)
Epsiprantel tapeworms (cestex)
sulfadimethoxine treatment of coccidiosis (albon)
metronidazole giardia (flagyl)
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