anthelminthic


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anthelminthic

[¦an·thel¦min·thik]
(pharmacology)
A chemical substance used to destroy tapeworms in domestic animals. Also spelled anthelmintic.
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Our experiment showed that the anthelminthic activity of ZLE to induce paralysis and that to induce death of worms is dose dependant.
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The plant Zygophyllum fabago is one of the important herbs with known anti-rheumatic, anthelminthic, cathartic, and anti-asthmatic properties (Bay 1999).
Screening of anthelminthic effects of Indian plant extracts: a preliminary report.
Indirect causes of maternal death such as HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria and anaemia also contributed to a significant proportion of deaths, highlighting the need for effective interventions such as scale up of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART), ITN distribution for pregnant women, IPTp, provision of anthelminthic and haematinics which would impact on child survival.
All patients sought medical care and were prescribed anthelminthic medication (e.
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Effects of iron supplementation and anthelminthic treatment on motor and language development of Zanzibari preschool children.
The pups which are anemic dewormed with proper anthelminthic.