scabicide


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Noun1.scabicide - a drug that destroys the itch mite that causes scabies
pesticide - a chemical used to kill pests (as rodents or insects)
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Patients suffering from the disease must be properly guided to use scabicide. Patients whose lesions were cured were considered to be cured.
It's largely used in veterinary medicine as acaricide to fight against animal infestations by Rhipicephalus Songuineus [10] or acaricide and scabicide [11].
Other tests like burrow ink test, video-dermatoscopy, PCR/ELISA, and pecific IgE against major mite components may help.4,5 Permethrin, benzyl benzoate, crotamiton, lindane, and ivermectin are the various drugs used for treating scabies.6 Among these 5% permethrin is the most effective scabicide with fewer side effects and a reported 96.9% efficacy.7However, the efficacy of this treatment has diminished, due to the emergence of resistance especially in the developing world.8
On page 103, the fifth sentence under the heading "Crusted Scabies," should read: "Combination treatment is recommended with a topical scabicide, either 25% topical benzyl benzoate or 5% topical permethrin cream (full-body application to be repeated daily for 7 days then two times weekly until discharge or cure), and treatment with oral ivermectin 200 [micro]g/kg on days 1,2,8,9, and 15."
At 38 weeks' gestation, the patient came to her prenatal visit with scabies on her abdomen, hands, and feet; a scabicide was prescribed.
One patient developed crusty scabies that responded to a topical scabicide.
used as an insecticide and as a scabicide and pediculicide: agricultural use prohibited in the US since 1973".
Traditional medical practitioners land recommended it as scabicide, pediculocide and antihelminthic worms, in spite of the fact that ingestion of too much is potentially fatal (Greger 2006).
The Random House College Dictionary defines DDT as an insecticide, a scabicide, and a pediculicide and says that it's also called by a 31-letter word.
To clear this, you all need to use a scabicide to kill the mite, available over the counter at your pharmacy or from your doctor on prescription.