Experimental Molecular Frequencies for fipronil - USE AT OWN RISK -
Chemical Names: Fipronil; 120068-37-3; Fipronil [ISO]; C12H4Cl2F6N4OS; UNII-QGH063955F; HSDB 7051 More...
Molecular Formula: C12H4Cl2F6N4OS
Molecular Weight: 437.141 g/mol
Human Toxicity Excerpts
/CASE REPORTS/ /The authors/ report seven patients with fipronil self-poisoning seen prospectively in Sri Lanka together with pharmacokinetics for four patients. Non-sustained generalized tonic-clonic seizures were seen in two patients (peak measured plasma fipronil concentrations 1600 and 3744 microg/L); both were managed with diazepam without complications. A patient with a peak measured plasma concentration of 1040 microg/L was asymptomatic throughout his stay. Plasma concentration was still high at discharge 3-4 days post-ingestion when the patients were well. Retrospective review of >1000 pesticide poisoning deaths since 1995 found only one death from fipronil-based products. In contrast to the good outcome of the above cases, this patient required intubation and ventilation and had continuous fits despite therapy with barbiturates and benzodiazepines. /This/ experience with prospectively observed patients suggests that fipronil poisoning is characterized by vomiting, agitation, and seizures, and normally has a favorable outcome.[Mohamed F et al; J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 42 (7): 955-63 (2004)] Full text: PMC1351141 Abstract: PubMed
Treatment of Trombicula autumnalis infestation in dogs and cats with a 0.25 per cent fipronil pump spray.
Nuttall TJ1, French AT, Cheetham HC, Proctor FJ.
To evaluate the efficacy of fipronil in controlling trombiculid infestations, 18 dogs and three cats infested with Trombicula autumnalis larvae were treated monthly from examination to the end of the Trombicula season (range one to four months) with a 0.25 per cent fipronil spray applied to the whole body, with particular emphasis on the feet, face, ears, perineum and tail. No other antiparasite measures were used. Follow-up was by clinical examination and telephone interview until the end of the Trombicula season (range one to four months). No adverse effects were seen. Monthly treatment controlled trombiculids in 15 dogs. In two dogs localised pedal reinfestations were controlled with additional local application of fipronil to the feet every 14 days. In one dog therapy was of no benefit. In the three cats, treatment was initially effective, but generalised infestations recurred after seven to 10 days. Fipronil is a safe and effective treatment for trombiculid infestations in dogs. Residual activity lasts for 14 to 30 days. Further studies are required to examine the apparent short duration of efficacy in cats.
Remote frequencies for fipronil sub-harmonics 66-87 (22 frequency steps)
MW Fipronil Remote.txt
Contact frequencies for fipronil sub-harmonics 64-87 (24 frequency steps)
MW Fipronil Contact.txt
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