ETN CPD - worming Answers January 2017

A) Large redworm
B) Tapeworm
C) Small redworm
A) Because the eggs remain in the gut
B) Because the eggs die
C) Because the small redworm are dormant during this stage
A) In the late autumn/early winter
B) In summer
C) In the spring
A) Late autumn/early winter
B) Late winter/early spring
C) Late summer/early autumn
A) Ivermectin
B) Praziquantel
C) 5 day Fenbendazole
D) Moxidectin
A) Ivermectin
B) Moxidectin
C) Pyrantel
D) Fenbendazole, including the 5 day dose
A) When a horse is no longer susceptible to the drugs used
B) When the parasite population is no longer susceptible to a drug it was previously sensitive to
C) When the worms in their larval stages are unaffected by the drugs used
A) Overdosing
B) Underdosing
C) Frequent dosing
D) Infrequent dosing
A) Around one third
B) Around half
C) Around a quarter
A) 19%
B) 7.5%
C) 5.2%