Felis ISSN 2398-2950

Therapeutics: non-bacterial infection

Contributor(s): Kyle Braund, David Scarff, C Taylor, Lauren Trepanier

Antifungal agents

* Indicates product not licensed for this use in this species.

Topical agents

  • Treatment of fungal infections of skin, ear and eye.

Skin infections

Ear infections

Eye infections

  • Conditions may be superficial, eg mycotic keratitis   Keratitis  or intra-ocular, eg mycotic endophthalmitis.
  • Most topical preparations have poor corneal penetration, so systemic preparations preferred.

Aspergillosis

Systemic agents

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Imidazoles

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Polyene antibiotics

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Antiviral agents

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Antiprotozoal agents

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed papers

Other sources of information

  • Lappin M R (2000)Protozoal and miscellaneous infections.In: Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine.5th edn. Ettinger S J & Feldman E C (eds). W B Saunders, Philadelphia. pp 408-417.
  • Taboada J (2000)Systemic mycoses.In: Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine.5th edn. Ettinger S J & Feldman E C (eds). W B Saunders, Philadelphia. pp 453-476.
  • Plumb D C (1999)Veterinary Drug Handbook.3rd edn. Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa.


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