Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1983;23(2):193-198.
Studies on Bovine Fascioliasis with Special Reference to Infestation Rate and Side Action of DS-6 in Cattle
Soo-Dong Kwak1, Jong-Sik Jyeong2, Yong-Joon Cho2
1Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture, Gyeongsang National University
2Gyeongbug Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
간질감염(肝蛭感染) 및 구충제(驅蟲劑) DS-6 부작용(副作用)에 관(關)한 조사연구(調査硏究)
곽수동1, 정종식2, 조용준2
1경상대학교 농과대학
2경상북도 가축위생시험소
A servey on bovine fascioliasis in 52,876 cattle of Euiseong, Andong, Yecheon, Wolseong areas in Gyeongbug Province was carried out by the intradermal test, and the clinical side action of the positive cattle administered with DS-6 intramuscularly was observed. In addition pathological examination of 2 cattle died with side action of DS-6 was also conducted. The results of the studies are summarized as follows; 1. The average infestation rate of bovine fascioliasis was 31.1% and regional infestation rates were 35.1% in Eiseong, 34.5% in Yecheon, 32.2% in Andong, 26.9% in Wolseong, respectively. 2. The side actions were occurred in 1.5%(115/7,667) cf cattle administered with DS-6 and the clinical observations were salivation, dyspnea, hyperamia of conjunctiva, lacrimation, perspiration, urticaria, tremor, diarrhea, staggering, convulsion, edema and abortion. 3. Within 1 hour after the injection, side actions were occurred in 61.7% of the 115 cattle while they were observed in 37.4% of the 115 catte from 1 hour to 2 hours post injection. 4. The duration of the side action was less than 2 hours in 29.5%, 2 to 10 hours in 47.0% and more than 10 hours in 23.5% of the 115 cattle. 5. Autopsy findings and histopathological observations indicate that the death of cattle is caused by anaphylactic shock.

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