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  • n. Plural form of anthelmintic.

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Examples

  • Over-the-counter sales went out the window and sales of drenches, more properly called anthelmintics, became prescription only.

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  • · Most anthelmintics given orally are more effective if given on an empty stomach.

    Chapter 4

  • Individual cases can be treated with levamisole applied into the eye or by using any of the injectable anthelmintics according to the manufacturers instructions.

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  • Also since few of the broad-spectrum anthelmintics are particularly effective against tapeworms, the failure of the treatment to totally eliminate the segments leads to reports of anthelmintic failure, anthelmintic resistance or fake products.

    Chapter 2

  • · Use of narrow spectrum drugs can reduce the reliance on broad spectrum anthelmintics and slow the development of anthelmintic resistance

    Chapter 3

  • Although the usage of most of the marketed traditional drugs does not require special knowledge, there are instances where overdosage leads to toxic effects, particularly in the use of anthelmintics.

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  • Aside from two chests full of magical apparatus'scrying crystals, sleezewart, anthelmintics, sleepdust, and assorted spellbooks-he carried only enough food, clothing, and niceties to sustain a dozen men for six weeks.

    Conan the Indomitable

  • By reference to the article on anthelmintics in this volume, other valuable vermifuges may be selected, and directions found for their employment.

    The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English or, Medicine Simplified, 54th ed., One Million, Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand

  • Pink-root is one of the most active and certain anthelmintics for children.

    The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English or, Medicine Simplified, 54th ed., One Million, Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand

  • Preventive measures consist in the removal of the adult worms from the stomach of the horse by the use of anthelmintics, the destruction of the embryos in the manure, fly-control measures, and the use of clean bedding.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

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