Santiago Benites de Pádua
Veterinary with Master's degree in Aquaculture
Currently work with development of health management strategy for fish hatchery at Aquivet Sáude Aquática, where also performs training courses in health management and fish diseases diagnosis.
Veterinary with Master's degree in Aquaculture
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Participation in Forum on June 9, 2015
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Article published the April 9, 2015
Targets achieved included improved resistance against diseases, enhanced intestinal integrity and production performance  Juvenile production of Nile tilapia comprises a stage with high economic losses due to disease outbreaks. This initial stage of farming the fish is usually accompanied by intense and frequent handling resulting in stressful conditions that favour opportunistic infection ...
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Article published the September 29, 2014
Ectoparasites are key agents responsible for causing diseases in farmed fish. The Nile tilapia, in particular, has been shown to be susceptible to infestation by trichodinids and monogeneans. These agents are the main parasites that impact super-intensive tilapia culture, although other ectoparasites may also be involved, such as Epistylis, Apiosoma, Chilodonella, Ichthyophthirius, Ichthyobodo, Cr ...
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Article published the September 22, 2014
In line with the level of investment, changes in concepts with regards to sanitary and health management can ensure stable and efficiency in production. Risk reduction from diseases requires continuous diagnosis of pathogens, adoption of biosecurity measures and immunoprophylaxis by vaccination by a specialised veterinary service delivery in aquatic health. Now in the spotlight in ...
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