anthelmintic

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Synonyms for anthelmintic

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15] Although the replacement model showed highest cognitive gain, it has to be noted that topic selected in this model was antihelminthic drugs.
14 WHO recommends periodic administration of antihelminthic medicines as a public health intervention for children living in areas where the prevalence of soil-transmitted helminthiases is estimated at more than 20%.
It has been reported to be used as aphrodisiac, abortifacient, expectorant, antihelminthic, antipyretic and other medicinal uses.
Treatment with an antihelminthic drug such as ivermectin, 200pg/kg orally, repeated at two weeks, has an 83-100 percent efficiency in eradication of Strongyloides infection.
Levamisole is a veterinary antihelminthic drug that, in the past, was a US Food and Drug Administration-approved drug in humans used to treat various cancers and rheumatoid arthritis because of its immunomodulating effects.
Immune: anti-infectious (ENT, pulmonary, intestinal, pharyngeal, urinary, genital, cutaneous), antifungal, antibacterial (gram + , gram-), antiviral, antiherpetic, wide spectrum antihelminthic, vermifuge; immune stimulant; antioxidant, anti-inflammatory; febrifuge;
In fact, the range of biologic properties attributed to P major also includes astringent, anesthetic, antihelminthic, analeptic, antihistaminic, antirheumatic, antiviral, antitumor, antiulcer, diuretic, hypotensive, and expectorant activity (Exp.
Antihelminthic medication significantly reduced the parasitic infection rate.
Previous study conducted by Agrawal et al (14) demonstrated antimicrobial and antihelminthic effects of oil extract of N.
These compounds include methoxetamine (an analog to ketamine), kratom (a compound derived from Mitragyna speciosa) and piperazine (an antihelminthic that has been shown to produce amphetamine-like effects).
Three were prescribed vitamins and antihelminthic medication.
It was also aimed to assess the outcome of surgical treatment and its postoperative results, and highlight the risks associated with the use of antihelminthic drugs.
However, field observations on secretion of the latex of these plants after injury, associated with the prior knowledge of its uses, leads us to indicate these species for exploration of bioactive substances in the latex laboratory for formulation of probable drugs in the antihelminthic treatment.
Four patients received perioperative antihelminthic chemotherapy (albendazole), as HD was suspected preoperatively; the other 2 received the medication once the diagnosis was histologically confirmed.