Resolving Sarcoptic mange infection in a New Zealand white rabbit
Sathish Kaplaywar, Jyothi J and GS Sreenivasa Murthy
Sarcoptes scabiei are burrowing mite causes major constraint in rabbit production and highly contagious dermatological condition. The successful therapeutic management of sarcoptic mange in a one year old New Zealand White Rabbit with ivermectin injection (200 micro gm/kg) thrice, at weekly interval along with antihistamines, given daily for seven days. There were no either side effects of the drugs or the recurrence of the mange was observed.
How to cite this article:
Sathish Kaplaywar, Jyothi J, GS Sreenivasa Murthy. Resolving Sarcoptic mange infection in a New Zealand white rabbit. Pharma Innovation 2017;6(11):641-642.