Abamectin, farnesol and nerolidol are considered as new effective drugs for the elimination of larval forms of anisakids. The absence of helminth defense mechanisms against oxidative stress induced by abamectin and farnesol confirms the susceptibility of parasites and the usefulness of these compounds in the treatment of anisakiasis; the process of lipid peroxidation starts within half an hour after taking the medication. Modern studies of the problem of anisakiasis often pursue therapeutic and prophylactic goals.
Timely detection and treatment of symptoms of Propranolol allows us to talk about a favorable prognosis of the disease. Lethal cases have not been recorded.