Role of Ivermectin in scabies?

Omar O. Barriga barriga.2 at osu.edu
Tue Aug 12 16:43:00 EST 1997


In article <33EBBE06.C6A at easynet.fr> Didier MARTINEZ <santard at easynet.fr> writes:
In article <33EBBE06.C6A at easynet.fr> Didier MARTINEZ <santard at easynet.fr> writes:
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>Could anyone tell me if ivermectin can be used per os in scabies? I m a
>french student and i have worked on immunology in scabies... Thanks


Ivermectin (at 0.3 mg per kg) is excellent for pig scabies. As far
as I know, it is used injectable.
				Omar O. Barriga



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