Sulfadimethoxine is an antibiotic of the sulfonamide class. Sulfadimethoxine alone is used almost exclusively for the treatment of intestinal parasites known as Coccidia.
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SulfaMed Di-Methox injectable contains 400 mg sulfadimethoxine per mL*. Di-Methox is a rapidly absorbed and long lasting sulfonamide. 250 mL
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1. The fate of sulphadimethoxine (2,4-dimethoxy-6-sulphanilamidopyrimidine) was studied in man, rhesus monkey, dog, rat, guinea pig and rabbit. 2. About 20-46% of the dose (0·1g./kg.) of the drug is excreted in the urine in 24hr. in these species, except the rat, in which only 13% is excreted. 3. In man and the monkey sulphadimethoxine N1-glucuronide is the major metabolite in the urine. In the rabbit and guinea pig N4-acetylsulphadimethoxine is the main metabolite. In the dog the drug is excreted mainly unchanged. In the rat equal amounts of the unchanged drug and its N4-acetyl derivative are the main products. 4. Small amounts of sulphadimethoxine N4-glucuronide are found in the urine of all the species. Sulphadimethoxine N1-glucuronide occurs in small amounts in the urine of rat, dog and guinea pig; none is found in rabbit urine. 5. Sulphadimethoxine N4-sulphate was synthesized and found to occur in small amounts in rat urine. 6. Monkey liver homogenates fortified with UDP-glucuronic acid ...
Campylobacter spp. particularly C. jejuni has been recognized as one of the most prevalent causes of foodborne bacterial illnesses in humans. Most previous studies have focused on the transmission routes of C. jejuni from commercial flock farms to the final retail product. To date, no in vivo studies have addressed the efficacy of sulfadimethoxine in the control of C. jejuni in poultry. This dissertation research proceeds along two lines of investigation. The objectives of the first line of investigation are to determine the enumeration of Campylobacter spp. and the prevalence on both Campylobacter spp. and C. jejuni on live egg shells, to detect the presence and extent of Campylobacter spp. and C. jejuni in live birds raised in battery-cage and cage-free systems and to determine to what extent these bacteria are present in drinking water, feed, enclosures and troughs. The objectives of the second line of investigation are to determine the effects of sulfadimethoxine antibiotic on the enumeration of
Techniques, such as Diffusive Gradients in Thin-films (DGT), which either minimally disturb the soil or perturb it in a controlled way are most likely to provide information relevant to toxicity. Herein, we report the first use of DGT for organics (o-DGT) in soil systems to gain insight into the mobility and lability of four antibiotics-sulfamethoxazole (SMX), sulfamethazine (SMZ), and sulfadimethoxine (SDM), trimethoprim (TMP) in soil. In experiments where the same known amount of antibiotics were spiked into the soil, which was then further modified with NaOH, NaCl or dissolved organic matter, directly measured soil solution concentrations (Csoln) of these antibiotics were in the order: SMX,SMZ≈SDM,TMP. The R values (ratio of concentrations measured by o-DGT and directly in solution) were 0.56, 0.41, 0.40 and 0.28, respectively, indicating that the removal of these antibiotics from the solution can be to some extent resupplied by release from the solid phase. The nonlinearity of the ...
The concentrations of some widely used pharmaceuticals, namely fluoroquinolones (ciprofloxacin C17H18FN3O3, norfloxacin C16H18FN3O3 and ofloxacin C18H20FN3O4) and sulfonamides (sulfadimethoxine C12H14N4O4S and sulfamethoxazole C10H11N3O3S ) were determined in urban sewage sludge utilized for making compost. The levels of degradation of these pharmaceuticals resulting from sludge treatment were assessed. The concentrations of the studied pharmaceuticals sufficiently varied both in sewage sludge and in compost and due to this phenomenon the possible danger resulting from the presence of pharmaceuticals in sewage sludge, used for composting, can not be ignored. The concentrations of the studied pharmaceuticals were lower in compost, if compared to the relevant concentrations in sewage sludge. The highest pharmaceutical concentration in sewage sludge - 426 μg/kg - was detected in the case of ciprofloxacin. The highest concentrations present in compost were 22 μg/kg of norfloxacin and 20 μg/kg of ...
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A simple, specific, accurate, and stability-indicating RP-HPLC method was developed and validated for the simultaneous determination of Trimethoprim (TMP) and Sulfadimethoxine sodium (SDMS) in Vetricine® oral solution product. The desired separation was achieved on an ODS column (250×4.6 mm i.d., 5 μm) at room temperature. The optimized mobile phase consisted of an isocratic solvent mixture of water:acetonitrile:triethylamine (700:299:1, v/v/v), adjusted to a pH of 5.7 ± 0.05 with 0.2N acetic acid. The mobile phase was fixed at 0.8 ml/min and the analytes were monitored at 254 nm using a photodiode array detector. The effects of the chromatographic conditions on the peaks USP tailing factor, column efficiency, and resolution were systematically optimized. Forced degradation experiments were carried out by exposing TMP, SDMS standards, and the oral solution formulation to thermal, photolytic, oxidative, and acid-base hydrolytic stress conditions. The degradation products were well-resolved from the
There are also specific label and record-keeping requirements that must be met by the prescribing veterinarian. In addition to the above requirements for use, there are some drugs that are prohibited for use in animals used to produce food. They include:. . Chloramphenicol. . Clenbuterol. . Diethylstilbestrol (DES). . Dimetridazole. . Ipronidazole. . Other Nitroimidazoles. . Furazolidone, Nitrofurazone, Other Nitrofurans. . Sulfonamide drugs in lactating dairy cows (except approved use of sulfadimethoxine, sulfabromomethazine, and sulfaethoxypyridazine). . Fluoroquinolones. . Glycopeptides (example: vancomycin). . Phenybutazone in female dairy cattle 20 months of age or older. . Adamantane and neuraminidase inhibitor classes of drugs that are approved for treating or preventing influenza A are prohibited therapy in chickens, turkeys, and ducks.. Those using acceptable drugs in food-producing animals also must adhere to "withdrawal times," meaning that they need to allow sufficient time for a ...
The thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland with two lobes located on either side of the trachea. A minimally invasive thyroid lobectomy is the surgical removal of one of these lobes. This procedure is indicated in a variety of thyroid disorders, but most notably in cases of thyroid cancer. Learn more about thyroid surgery »
Minimally Invasive Thyroid Surgery to treat various thyroid disorders is performed at Fort Worth ENT and Sinus by Drs. Watkins, McIntyre and Callahan.
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At Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, we offer patients a collaborative medical and surgical approach to treating thyroid diseases. With advances in todays specialized medical equipment, our patients often undergo a minimally invasive surgical treatment (less-than-1-inch incision) that offers a quick recovery time and minimal scarring.. Thyroid surgery is one of the most common procedures performed in the neck and can be used to treat parathyroid disease (hyperparathyroidism), thyroid cancers and parathyroid adenomas. With the use of high-definition imaging technology and precision instruments, our skilled surgeons work through a few tiny incisions to perform these procedures each year. Our patients have experienced better outcomes along with minor scarring through this advanced treatment option.. Compared with traditional (or "open") surgery, minimally invasive surgery can have the following potential benefits:. ...
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Dark-backed goldfinch: The 10-cm (4-inch) dark-backed goldfinch (C. psaltria) ranges from the western U.S. (where it is called lesser goldfinch) to Peru.
Advances in next-generation sequencing and ribosomal profiling methods highlight that the proteome is likely orders of magnitude larger than previously thought. This expansion potentially occurs through translational recoding, a process that results in the expression of multiple variations of a protein from a single messenger RNA. Our laboratory demonstrated that cyclooxygenase-3/1b (COX-3/1b), a frameshifted, intron-1-retaining, alternative splice variant from the COX-1 gene, is multiply recoded, which results in the translation of at least seven different COX-3 proteins. Two of the recoded COX-3 proteins that we identified are active prostaglandin synthases and are inhibited by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Here we show that the other non-prostaglandin-generating recoded COX-3 proteins perform new roles in innate immunity, a process in which COX are known to generally function. Our analyses determined that these recoded COX-3 proteins bind at or near the amino-terminal region of
Uncommon and somewhat mysterious is this little finch of the far West. It nests very locally in the foothills of California and Baja, often near streams in fairly dry country. Its winter range varies: in some years, flocks spread well eastward across the southwestern deserts, but the reasons for these invasions are not well understood. The twittering song of the male Lawrences Goldfinch often includes brief imitations of the voices of other birds.
How long does the heat cycle of my dog last? How often will she be in heat? These are the common questions of dog owners - dog owners that plan to breed the dog and dog owners that want to prevent the dog from getting pregnant. The pets pregnancy can be a much awaited moment for the dogs human family. Very few people can resist having lovable puppies. However, puppies, as dog owners know would be a big responsibility. This is the reason why most dog owners would not want to breed the dog. We love dogs but the number of people willing to have dogs for a pet is not enough to accommodate the over population of these lovable animals. The importance of spaying and neutering the dog cant be stressed enough especially if possible homes cannot be found for the litter. Anyway, I am digressing.. The estrus cycle of a dog is commonly known as being in heat. This cycle that has four stages determines whether it is possible for the dog to have puppies "cooking inside its oven". Proestrus last from 4 to 20 ...
An Italian academic and dog owner has won the right to sick pay, after she took time off work to care for her poorly pet. The woman, who was only identified as Anna, asked for two days leave because the ill animal needed constant medical supervision before it could be taken into surgery.
The mayor of Hoboken says city officials are going undercover to make sure dog owners and walkers pick up after their pets after they do their business.
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Dog owners are known to have better fitness levels as they are more likely to be more physically active by taking their dogs out for walks on a daily basis. Research conducted by the National Institute of Health showed in a study of more than 2,000 adults that dog owners who take their dogs/ pups for walks are less likely to be obese than those who neither own a dog nor take them for walks. Total strangers come up to people walking their dogs and initiate a conversation making one socialize more. ...
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IF YOU own a dog then you are likely to live longer, a new study has found, with some breeds especially good at ensuring your longevity.
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AS mid-afternoon rain cleared from the Ogwen valley, Bob Doyle began gathering sheep from the Carneddau when he noticed one ewe lying aloof, close to a mountain gate.
A dogs main tools for discovering the world present its nose and paws. Dog paws work a lot for dogs bodies and help them to investigate the environment. They walk, scratch, jump, run and dig thank to those marvelous body parts. Since they are also most exposed to many harmful influences, every dog owner needs to pa
A dog pooping while asleep can be concerning to dog owners, not only because of the necessary clean-up, but also because of the cause of this problem.
Our serene home is in Hicksville/off South Oyster Bay Rd and Old Country Road. My wife and I are caring and responsible dog owners (who work from a...
Its a question we all, as dog owners, ask ourselves. Whilst we may look at our own diets and strive to eat as healthily as we can, are we doing the same for our pets?
No matter the reason, your dog is likely to be happy to have something tasty to munch on. As fun as treats can be though, dog owners should be aware of how many treats theyre giving-and realize that the treats arent actually necessary, experts say.
For decades dog owners have had an inkling that their dog understood the concept of time, but until now theres been no scientific proof.
Dogs, especially puppies are prone to worm infestation. A dog owner should not be surprised if there are wriggly spaghetti-like or rice-like
Dog owners and their pets may exchange harmful mouth bacteria that can cause gum disease and tooth decay in both humans and canines, according to a report.
Dog owners are 24% less likely to die for any reason, but the life-prolonging benefits are even higher for anyone with cardiovascular disease, according to two new studies.
2. Board will vote to approve/disapprove the request of Town Clerk, Marcia Weidenfeller to instruct Dog Officer, Donna Morris to start issuing non-criminal violations to all dog owners who have not licensed their dogs. ...
The best part of a day is coming home to a happy, exercised dog! Ive been a dog owner for life and recently began providing dog walks in my neigh...
Define mass medication. mass medication synonyms, mass medication pronunciation, mass medication translation, English dictionary definition of mass medication. n. 1. A drug or other substance used to treat disease or injury; a medicine. 2. The act or process of treating a patient with medicine: the response to...
Chlorophyllin (CHL), a water-soluble derivative of the green plant pigment, chlorophyll, is an effective antimutagen and anticarcinogen in various model systems when used as a modulator against a class of carcinogens that, in general, have a structure consisting of at least three fused rings. Dibenzo[a,l]pyrene (DBP), an extremely potent environmental carcinogen, has been isolated from urban air samples, tobacco smoke, and coal smoke condensate. A study was conducted to evaluate the complex interrelationships among dietary DBP doses with co-exposure to a range of CHL doses. In order to achieve adequate statistical power in the generation of multiple dose-response curves, this dose-dose matrix experiment utilized over 12,000 rainbow trout. The resulting DNA adducts were assessed and evaluated as biomarkers of exposure to discern their relationship with the final tumor outcome. CHL was highly effective in reducing DBP-initiated DNA adduct formation in the liver and stomach and strongly inhibited ...
Concern over the behavior and remediation of dissolved hydrophobic organic contaminants in groundwater at oil and gas facilities has led to this research investigation. In this study, sorption of PAHs, PCBs, Phenols, benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene and xylenes (BTEX) hydrocarbon from groundwater onto a subsoil core sample was examined as well as their destruction in ClO2/UV solution systems whereby methanol was the carrier solvent. All sorbate-sorbent systems yielded the S-type isotherms indicating co-operative interactions among sorbed organic species. Sorption of the sorbates could be best represented mathematically by the Freundlich equation with 1/n values ranging from 0.4338 to 2.226. Empirical Kf values ranged from 0.89 to 3.049. It is postulated that sorption of sorbates occurs through a combination of hydrogen bonding, dipole-dipole and hydrophobic interactions. Off site travel time for the sorbates ranged from 145 to 80,817 years. Destruction of solutes in UV/ClO2 solution systems is
Polish cochineal was widely traded in Europe during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. In the 15th and 16th centuries, along with grain, timber, and salt, it was one of Polands chief exports, mainly to southern Germany and northern Italy as well as to France, England, the Ottoman Empire, and Armenia.[7] In Poland, the cochineal trade was mostly monopolized by Jewish merchants,[7] who bought the dye from peasants in Red Ruthenia and other regions of Poland and Lithuania. The merchants shipped the dye to major Polish cities such as Kraków, Gdańsk (Danzig), and Poznań. From there, the merchandise was exported to wholesalers in Breslau (Wrocław), Nuremberg, Frankfurt, Augsburg, Venice,[7] and other destinations. The Polish cochineal trade was a lucrative business for the intermediaries; according to Marcin of Urzędów (1595), one pound of Polish cochineal cost between four and five Venetian pounds. In terms of quantities, the trade reached its peak in the 1530s. In 1534, 1963 stones (about ...
Other articles where European goldfinch is discussed: goldfinch: 5-inch) European goldfinch (C. carduelis) of western Eurasia has been introduced into Australia, New Zealand, Bermuda, and the United States (where it has not become established). It is brownish and black, with a red-white-black head pattern and gold in the wings (sexes alike). The 13-cm (5-inch)…
View Notes - ps6_sol from BIO 20.010j at MIT. Solutions Systems Microbiology 1.084J/20.106J PROBLEM SET #6 Problem 6.1 Shiga toxin (Stx) is a potent A-B toxin that inhibits protein synthesis and has
Background and Objectives: Antibiotics are among the most effective drugs used to treat humans. These materials enter in different ways into sewage and known as important biological contaminants in aquatic and agricultural environment. The availability of conditions for antibiotic resistance gene transfer to sewage bacteria, converted human environmental wastes to ...
American Goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, with avian conjunctivitis. Symptoms are often red, swollen, watery, or crusty eyes; in extreme cases the eyes are so swollen or crusted over that the birds are virtually blind. Winter plumage, February in Connecticut. USA - Stock Image C017/3040
prepared reaction mixture for the control sample was1.15 ± 0.07 µg/ml (n = 4). At 17, 41 and 65 hr after The results of examinations for the inhibitory the preparation, the BR content in the control sample effects of tested aqueous solution systems on the decreased time-dependently to 0.95 ± 0.05 µg/ml oxidation of biological molecules are summarized (n = 4), 0.68 ± 0.06 µg/ml (n = 4) and 0.37 ± 0.05 µg/ in Table 2. In the experiments of oxidation by Cu2+ ml (n = 4), respectively. In the control sample, the of human serum lipid (1), the mean value and stan- quantities of BR, which disappeared due to oxida- dard deviation (S.D.) of the LPO concentration tion by oxygen in air, in the first 17 hr, the follow- in the control sample before the reaction was ing 24 hr and the last 24 hr, were 0.20 ± 0.02 µg/ml 0.97 nmole/ml and 0.05 nmole/ml (n = 4), respec- (n = 4), 0.27 ± 0.02 µg/ml (n = 4) and 0.31 ± 0.03 µg/ tively. After the reaction, it was elevated to be 1.69 ml, respectively. Such ...
In the 2001-02 Federal Budget, the Government announced Australians Working Together. This is a substantial up-front investment to build a more active, participation-based, social safety net to substantially improve our welfare system. It is a joint measure between Commonwealth Government departments, with the Department of Family and Community Services working as lead agency.. Under Australians Working Together, announced in last years Budget, the Government will spend an additional $324 million on employment services over four years to reduce welfare dependency and maximise the number of job seekers moving to paid employment.. About 40 per cent of the proposed expenditure for this measure will be spent on rural and regional Australia. About $111 million will be spent on Training Credits and Training Accounts, so that eligible job seekers can gain work-related skills. Of this, approximately $48 million will be spent in regional Australia. The Government is also improving employment assistance ...