Emamectin benzoate poisoning and its management in crossbreed cow: A case report
D Desinguraja and Kalaiselvan
Olden day’s toxic principle is only either from plant or animal sources. In recent decades chemical poisoning is more common in animals and humans due to anthropological activities. Emamectin benzoate is one of the insecticide drawn attentions from cotton cultivators of black soil. Hence emamectin accidental poisoning of livestock and its treatment has significance. This paper describes a case of acute poisoning with emamectin treated with atropine sulphate, fluid therapy and oral drenching of activated charcoal.