Bousquet-Melou et al., Preprint, doi:10.22541/au.161047848.80388481/v1 (Preprint) Large Impact of obesity on the disposition of ivermectin, moxidectin and eprinomectin in a canine model: relevance for COVID-19 patients
Animal dosing study with an obese dog model concluding that ivermectin maintenance doses should be based on lean body weight and not the total body weight in obese subjects, while the loading dose should be based on the total body weight.
Bousquet-Melou et al., 1/11/2021, preprint, 5 authors.
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