Internal Parasites Ebook

Destroy Your Parasites

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Author: J L Stuart
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Issues and Opportunities

Plasmodia species are very specific for their host. Human malaria is produced by five Plasmodium species (P. falciparum, P. vivax, P. ovale, P. malariae, and P. knowlesi), and mice malaria is produced by four different Plasmodium species (P. berghei, P. chabaudi, P. vinkei, and P. yoelii). Because of this specificity and the availability of in vitro cultures of P. falciparum, all current antimalarials were discovered in the past by performing the in vitro evaluation against the human parasite and the in vivo evaluation against the mice parasites. Thus, this model of malaria drug discovery is based on the assumption that the in vivo mouse activity against rodent Plasmodium strains will translate into activity in humans against the human relevant Plasmodium strains. This example highlights the need for more reliable, relevant, and user-friendly assays which are more predictive of outcome in human clinical trials. The discovery of drugs for each disease has its own unique challenges and...

Northern USA and Canada

In the northern USA and Canada, lice (both biting and sucking) are the predominant winter external parasite in cattle. Losses due to lice infestations are dependent upon number of lice, but 0.1 lb day-1 losses due to sucking lice frequently have been reported (Drummond, 1987). Again, Ostertagia ostertagi and Cooperia spp. (oncophora) are the dominant internal parasites (Leland et al., 1973 Gibbs and Herd, 1986). Inhibited Ostertagia is the predominant winter internal parasite. Malczewski et al. (1996) reported an average of 20,000 inhibited larvae per animal in Wyoming cattle (2-5 years old) in January Kistner et al. (1979) reported mean values of nearly 200,000 inhibited Ostertagia larvae in cattle in Oregon in winter and Westcott (1984) reported mean values of nearly 1000 inhibited Ostertagia in cattle in Washington in winter. Oregon and Cattle are usually put on to grass in late spring in the northern USA and Canada, and moved to drylot, wheat stubble or cornstalks in late autumn....

Use of MLs in Control Programmes

Internal parasite control programmes for horses in developed countries currently target cyathostomes because of their ubiquitous presence and potential for induction of acute and chronic disease. In recent years, most programmes emphasized the rotation of drug classes to avoid the development of drug resistance in the cyathostomes, as has been seen with benzimidazoles (reviewed by Bennett, 1983 Ewert et al., 1991 Klei, 1997 Hutchens et al., 1999). Rotation will expose the population to different selection pressures based on the mechanism of action for the drug class. Theoretically, this will reduce the chance of drug resistance developing to any single class of anthelmintic. Programmes can be classified as follows interval treatment or fast rotation annual rotation or slow rotation non-rotational selective treatment of infected individuals in a given herd or strategic programmes which are designed to eliminate parasites and avoid pasture contamination. The pros and cons of these...

Ivermectin Stromectol

The addition of two hydrogens to the C(22)-C(23) double bond (highlighted in a yellow box) yielded dihydro compounds (a mixture of 80 B1a and 20 B1b), which had improved oral potency and minimal mammalian toxicity. The mixture, now called ivermectin, was introduced into veterinary practice in 1981. Ivermectin now has annual sales over 1 billion. Based on its efficacy in animals, ivermectin was also screened for activity against human parasites. Human clinical trials, conducted in Africa, revealed that a single annual oral dose of 0.2 mg per kg eradicated microfilaria worms from the eyes and skin after 4 weeks. Ivermectin has been widely used in Africa (Mectizan ) since 1988 for the treatment of river blindness up to three doses per year of 0.15 mg per kg is recommended. Adverse effects are rare and mild.

Epidemiology of Cattle Parasites and Cattle Management in North America

Parasite epidemiology in North America is based upon regional weather pattern differences between the northern USA Canada and the southern USA, age of the cattle and management type (grazing, feedlot, drylot, etc.). Calves are born primarily in late winter early spring (though autumn calving is becoming more popular) on pastures, drylots or crop residues. Beef steer calves are grazed with the cow for 6-8 months, then weaned and either backgrounded on pasture or in a drylot or sold directly to the feedlot where they are placed on high-energy, high-protein rations. Beef heifer calves may be treated similarly or go into the reproductive herd after weaning. Internal parasites will begin infecting calves after 2-3 months of grazing as they rely more on grazing and less on suckling.

New RD Tools

As mentioned above, the predictive value of animal models for human disease needs improvement. While the modeling of simpler parameters such as dengue viremia in a mouse model is feasible, the modeling of a complex disease process such as dengue hemorrhagic shock is far more complicated. Similarly, parasitemia in a mouse model of malaria is a useful parameter in the drug discovery process but, because of differences between the human and mouse parasites and immunological responses, a mouse malaria model may not capture drug efficacy in real life situations in humans. Modern genetic engineering and biological approaches are now being applied to improve the animal models used in DDW drug discovery. For example, malaria models have been developed in SCID mice carrying human erythrocytes to evaluate efficacy of antimalarials against the human parasite 170-172 . This, coupled with the development of flow cytometry methods 173 , should allow for a more accurate assessment of potential drug...

Efficacy of MLs

The efficacy of all MLs has been studied extensively against several worm species, but the economically important and most commonly found parasites in modern production systems are Ascaris, Oesophagostomum spp. and, to a lesser extent, Trichuris. All other swine internal parasites, while still found, are not found in the production systems that produce virtually 99 of the swine.

Mange mites

Barth and Preston (1988) concluded from the results of three trials that it is apparent that the topical formulation of ivermectin administered to healthy skin is fully effective against sarcoptic mange, but that its efficacy was impaired when the drug was applied over severe lesions caused by the parasite. This presumably results from reduced absorption of ivermectin at these thickened and encrusted areas, resulting in lower plasma levels of ivermectin, which would also reduce the efficacy of the drug against internal parasites.