ETN CPD - Worming Answers March 2018

A) Treat all horses as individuals
B) Worm regularly
C) Use faecal worm egg counts
D) Worm regardless of the horse’s history
E) Worm strategically
A) Treat for encysted small redworm
B) Conduct regular faecal worm egg counts
C) Treat for bots
D) Conduct faecal egg count reduction tests
A) Treat for encysted small redworm
B) Conduct faecal worm egg counts
C) Treat for bots
A) Autumn and spring
B) Winter and summer
C) Winter and spring
D) Summer and autumn
A) To check they are not too fat
B) To ensure they give an accurate dose
C) To make sure they choose the right chemical ingredient for the horse’s weight
A) More frequently than adults
B) Less frequently than adults
C) In the same way as adults
A) When a drug doesn’t work as well as it used to and some worms survive despite treatment
B) When the horse becomes resistant to the wormer used
C) When the horse resists being given the wormer
A) Ivermectin
B) Fenbendazole
C) Moxidectin
A) Praziquantel
B) Ivermectin
C) Pyrantel
A) Pyrantel
B) Moxidectin
C) Fenbendazole