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Roundworm
Toxocara canis/cati
Heartworm
Dirofilaria immitis
Hookworm
Ancylostoma caninum
Northern Canine Hookworm
Uncinaria stenocephala
Whipworm
Trichuris vulpis
Stomach Worms
Physaloptera
Lungworm
Eucoleus (Capillaria) aerophilus
Threadworm
Strongyloides stercoralis
Lifespan of Adult Heartworm
up to 5 years
Lifespan of HW Microfilaria
up to 30 months
Dichorvous
Task
Diethylcarbamazine citrate & Oxibendazole
Filaribits Plus
Febantel, Praziquantel
Drontal
Febantel, Praziquantel, Pyrantel Pamoate
Drontal Plus
Fenbendazole
Panacur
Ivermectin, Pyrantel Pamoate
IverhartPlus
Tri-Heart Plus
Heartgard Plus
Mebendazole
Telmintic
Milbemycin oxime
Interceptor
Piperazine
Pip-Tabs
Pyrantel Pamoate
Nemex
Strongid
Milbemycin oxime, Lufenuron
Sentinel
Milbemycin oxime, Praziquantel
Milbemax
Selemectin
Revolution
Task
rounds,hooks,whips
Filaribits Plus
HW preventative
rounds,hooks,whips
Drontal & Drontal Plus
rounds,hooks,whips,tapes
Panacur
rounds,hooks,whips, Giardia & Taenia
Heartgard Plus,Tri-Heart Plus, Iverhart Plus
HW preventative
rounds,hooks
Pip-tabs
rounds
Nemex
Strongid
rounds,hooks
Sentinel
HW Preventative
rounds,hooks,whips
flea ova
Milbemax
HW Preventative
rounds,hooks,whips,
lungworm
tapeworm
Revolution
HW Preventative (cats & dogs)
rounds,hooks (cats)
ear mites, fleas, ticks (dogs)
Deworming puppies and kittens
Nemex
L1 stage Microfilaria is found in..
circulating blood
Adult HW are found in the..
Right ventricles and pulmonary arteries
HW
Females up to__ inches long
Males up to __ inches long
Female 14 inches
Male 9 inches
Definitive Host of HW
Dogs
Intermediate Host of HW
Mosquito
Entire Lifecycle of HW is takes __ to complete
6 months
confirming test
antigen tests
ONLY treatment for HW
Immiticide (Melarsomine)
injected in lumbodorsal muscles
Off the Market
ProHeart 6 (Moxidectin)
Cats must be exposed to many more __ than dogs to get HW
L3
Dog exposed to 100 L3= 75 adults
Cat exposed to 100 L3= 3-5 adults
Adult HW usually lives __ in cats
2 years
Feline HW lifecycle is usually
8 months
Antigen Testing is less significant in
Feline HW testing
Cats make poor reservoirs of infection because..
microfilaria only life about 1 month in cats
Antibody test tells that animal..
was exposed to whatever it was being tested for
Common feline HW signs..
vomiting *#1 sign
respiratory signs
weight loss
anorexia
ELISA stands for..
Enzyme
Linked
Immuno-
Sorbent
Assay
Plasma or Serum
HAS fibrogenin
Plasma
an antibody that has bound to an enzyme
Conjugate
a reagent that changes or produces color when exposed to a catalyst
Chromogen
Benefits to ICT tests (Immunochromatographic Technology)
greater test stabiligy= room temp storage
no wash step
Toxocara canis Transmission
4 ways
Direct
Transmammary
Transplacental
Predation of Paratenic Host
Roundworm in Humans
Visceral Larva Migrans
Toxocara cati Transmission
3 ways
Direct
Transmammary
*Predation of Paratenic Host*
Toxoscaris leonina
2 methods of Transmission
Direct
Predation of Paratenic Host
Ancylostoma caninum
4 ways of transmission
direct
percutaneous
transmammary
transplacental
Sudden Death in Puppies
Ancylostoma caninum (hookworm)
4 Clinical Forms of Hookworm
Peracute Hook Disease (early pups)
Acute Hook Disease (exposure to older pups)
Chronic Hook Disease (adult dogs)
Secondary Hook Disease (old dogs)
Common whipworm sign
Mucoid/bloody diarrhea
Whipworms only produce around
2000 eggs a day (heavy eggs)
paperclip appearance
Spirocerca lupi
(esophageal worm)
looks like whip eggs
more common in cats than whips
Capillaria (Eucoleus) aerophilus
(lungworm)
also confused with whip eggs
Capillaria plica (bladder worm)
Giant Kidney Worm
1 meter in length
ova have ruffly outside
Dioctophyma renale
Eyeworm
(must be surgically removed)
Thelazia californiensis
Guinea worm
sheds L1s in water
must be surgically removed
Dracunculus insignis
Raccoon Roundworm
Baylisascaris procyonis
Human Pinworms
not given to by animals
females crawl out of anus, lay eggs and die
Enterobius vermicularis