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Modifies neurotransmission in roundworms so that they become relaxed and can be expelled from the gastro-intestinal tract. Not effective against lungworms or tapeworms. Large doses needed for treatment of hookworms. Overdose may lead to ataxia. (B340.2.w2)

Lagomorphs - Oryctolagus cuniculus domesticus - Domestic rabbit:

  • 500 micrograms/kg orally, repeated after 10 days. (B373.Guide.w41)
  • Piperazine citrate 200 mg/kg orally, repeated after 14 - 21 days. (B548.w8)
  • Piperazine adipate 500 mg/kg orally daily for two days. For adults. (B548.w8)
  • 750 mg/kg orally for to days. In young rabbits. (B548.w8)
  • 2.0 - 5.0 mg/mL drinking water for seven days. (B548.w8)
  • Piperazine adipate 500 mg/kg orally repeated daily for two days total. (B602.41.w41)
  • Piperazine citrate 200 mg/kg orally repeated after 14 days. (B602.41.w41)

Ferrets - Mustela putorius furo - Ferret:

  • Piperazine citrate: 50 -100 mg/kg orally; repeat after 14 days. (B602.41.w41)
  • 50 - 100 mg/kg once orally, repeated after two weeks. (B626.App.w22)
  • (B631.21.w21)

Cranes  - Gruidae - Cranes (Family)

  • PIperazine itrate tetrahydrate was given at 28.4 g in 53 litres of water for six days in the treatment of ascarid infection in post-fledging cranes. (P92.1.w3)

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