Key words: brodifacoum, secondary anticoagulant rodenticide
toxicosis, blood transfusion, second-generation anticoagulant rodenticide
, SGAR, vitamin [K.
The femur was screened for chronic lead exposure, and liver tissue was screened for selenium, lead, manganese, cadmium, copper, iron, zinc, molybdenum, arsenic, mercury, and anticoagulant rodenticides
The phase-out of poisons known as second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides
, or SGARs, is based partly on research Dr.
Data on current trends in animal poisoning revealed that pesticides, especially cholinesterase inhibitors and anticoagulant rodenticides
, were the main cause of poisoning for domestic animals, followed by human and animal medications (barbiturates, paracetamol, NSAIDs, antiparasitic compounds), household products (solvents, detergents, caustic agents), cosmetics, plants, industrial substances, such as fuels, heavy metals, and ethylene glycol (Berny et al.
Popular brands that contain anticoagulant rodenticides
are: Havoc, Liqui-Tox II, Final Blox, d-Con, Contrac, Enforcer, Farnam Just One Bite, and Tomcat.
Multicomponent determination of 4-hydroxycoumarin anticoagulant rodenticides
in blood serum by liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection.
in three owl species from western Canada, 1988-2003.
Results of in-burrow delivery of acute and anticoagulant rodenticide
baits for control of rodents in groundnut crop of Pothwar region of Pakistan.
We describe lesions in 29 adult domestic pigeons (Columba livia) poisoned with chlorophacinone, an indandione anticoagulant rodenticide
Earlier this month, VCWPA presented data from its Raptor Study for Levee Protection on using hawks and owls to control rodents, showing that raptor-friendly habitats reduce ground squirrel burrowing damage by 50 percent when compared to using anticoagulant rodenticides
2010) found evidences of resistance to anticoagulant rodenticides
There has been more of a switch to using second- generation anticoagulant rodenticides
," said Julie Burco, an assistant wildlife veterinarian with the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
DEC analytical laboratories in Gloversville and Rensselaer can test for organochlorine pesticides like DDT and anticoagulant rodenticides
6% of cases), anticoagulant rodenticides
and pyrethroids were the most frequent pesticide exposures.
, for the control of porcupine require long baiting periods and involve higher operational cost (Khan and Mian, 2008), while the fumigation of porcupine burrows is only feasible in the loamy soils (Mushtaq et al.