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  • noun A drug used to treat equine protozoal myeloencephalitis in horses.


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  • "Based on reported side effects, ponazuril and diclazuril seem to have the fewest reported adverse effects."

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  • She explained that sulfadiazine/pyrimethamine combination (Rebalance), ponazuril (Marquis), and nitazoxanide (Navigator) medications are the approved treatments that have been commercially available, while diclazuril is approved for EPM treatment, but is not yet marketed.

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  • Recent research has investigated one more option, Johnson reported -- that of toltrazuril sulfone or ponazuril given at a loading dose along with dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) to improve uptake of the medications.

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  • Diclazuril's mode of action is unknown, but might be similar to that of the related medication ponazuril; it is also given for 28 days.

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  • For example, shipping stress is a known risk factor for development of EPM, and pretreatment with ponazuril prior to -- and during -- periods of similar stress might decrease the risk of disease. News

  • Pretreatment of horses with ponazuril has been shown to decrease the risk of infection with News

  • Diclazuril, a very similar compound to ponazuril, has received FDA approval, but it has not been released by the company as of this writing. News


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