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Clinical Applications of Antiparasitic Drugs - Part I The Avermectins

Clinical Applications of Antiparasitic Drugs - Part I The Avermectins

Clinical Applications of Antiparasitic Drugs - Part I The Avermectins

Pete Bill, DVM
Pete Bill, DVM
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 29 Jul 2015

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Last updated: 27 Jul 2016

Reference: 158425

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Description

This presentation introduces the concepts related to the largest class of antiparasitic drugs, the avermectins. In addition to reviewing the mechanisms of action, the mechanism of toxicity, and applications of this drug class, the presentation also discusses the proposed mechanisms by which resistance to antiparasitic drugs occurs and the roles veterinary professionals and the public can play in reducing development of this resistance

Objectives

Understand the concepts related to the largest class of antiparasitic drugs, the avermectins.
Understand the concepts related to the largest class of antiparasitic drugs, the avermectins.
Understand the mechanisms of action, the mechanism of toxicity, and applications of avermectins.
Understand the mechanisms of action, the mechanism of toxicity, and applications of avermectins.
Understand the role veterinary professionals and the public can play in reducing development of resistance to avermectins.
Understand the role veterinary professionals and the public can play in reducing development of resistance to avermectins.
Pete Bill, DVM

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Pete Bill, DVM
on behalf of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Teaching and Learning. Professor of Veterinary Pharmacology

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  • University Accredited Veterinary CE
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Reference number: 240202 Purdue

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