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Dr Roxane Sanchez-Ingunza thank you for your thoughts. You wrote - A system that allows the veterinarian to gather relevant information from the field and analyze it in a timely manner would benefit any poultry producer. Surveillance would definitely benefit the industry and the consumer but not necessarily the individual producer. Producer's benefits would depend on the regulatory framework and ...
Participation in Forum on November 4, 2021
Paulo Martins, thank you for your comment, an intensive Salmonella monitoring that includes at the minimum the detection and serotyping is certainly important to understand what type of Salmonella is persisting in poultry environments. We should be more proactive in that sense and not just wait for a regulation to exist to start acting. Governments should promote this as well and reward those comp ...
Video published on November 1, 2021
Roxana Sánchez-Ingunza (RSI Poultry Veterinary Consulting LLC) talks about the genetic characterization of Salmonella Infantis and gives recommendations on how to use this information for disease control in the poultry industry.
Article published the October 25, 2021
A sneaky microorganism capable of creating nightmares to the poultry industry is here to stay but is it really taking over?It is amazing to see how many available options are in the market for Salmonella control. During the last IPPE Expo, I had an opportunity to chat with various nutritional and biological products suppliers and learn from them how an integrated control strategy is required for S ...
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Article published the January 12, 2018
1. Introduction In the US, 30 serovars of Salmonella enterica causing foodborne illness persist at an incidence in the general food supply to warrant continuous survey [1]. Several serovars are of interest for their association with eggs and poultry products. Phenotype microarray (PM) data were accumulated for the top 4 serovars of Salmonella enterica linked to chicken (Typhimurium, Enteritidis, H ...
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I appreciate your work, at the same time I would like to suggest to do research the same with Essential and Aromatic oils, which can deal the problem without Environment disturbances. Clove oil, which is more powerful to control some of the above problems. Controlling with natural herbs, oils etc is the pool proof and echo-free method once for all.
Article published the November 2, 2017
IntroductionSalmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis (Salmonella Enteritidis) accounts for nearly 20% of laboratory-confirmed illnesses of salmonellosis in recent years (CDC, 2014). Consumption of shell eggs and egg products is associated with risk of infection from Salmonella Enteritidis in humans (CDC, 2003; Cowden et al., 1989; Elson et al., 2005). A large multistate outbreak of Salmonella Enter ...
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Professional Title: DVM, PHD, Technical Consultant and Founder of RSI Poultry Veterinary Consulting LLC
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