Article published the December 18, 2019
Background Low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) subtype H9N2 virus is widespread worldwide, being endemic in poultry populations in Asia and the Middle East. The first isolation of H9N2 virus in Egypt was obtained from the apparently healthy commercial bobwhite quail flock (A/quail/Egypt/113413v/2011/H9N2) in May 2011 [17]. Later on, the virus was isolated from commercial broiler, broiler breede ...
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Article published the September 18, 2019
Introduction In spite of significant improvements in technology and hygienic practices at all stages of poultry production in developed countries, accompanied by advanced improvement in public sanitation, foodborne diseases remain a persistent threat to human and animal health. Foodborne diseases are still big issues of major concern in those countries. In developing countries, the need to produc ...
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Article published the September 17, 2019
In Egypt, highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N1) clade 2.2.1 virus was introduced to poultry via migratory birds in late 2005 (1) and is now endemic among poultry in Egypt (2). Also in Egypt, the number of H5N1 infections in humans is the highest in the world, and low pathogenicity influenza A(H9N2) virus is widespread among poultry and has infected humans (2). Despite extensive vaccination, H5 ...
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News published on December 5, 2018
You are a professional in poultry farming, you want to complete and certify your acquired knowledge? Take advantage to the opportunity to participate in the programs of the World Veterinary Education in Production Animal Health WVEPAH and obtain the Academic Diploma «Certificate in Animal Heath: Poultry Production», whose regulatory part is taught and validated by the World Organisat ...
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Article published the August 10, 2017
Background Thermophilic Campylobacters are the most common bacterial cause of diarrhoea in humans worldwide [1]. Enteric diseases caused by the thermophilic species C. jejuni, C. coli, C. lari, and C. upsaliensis range from asymptomatic infections to severe inflammatory bloody diarrhoea [2]. C. jejuni is often associated with the Guillain–Barré syndrome [3]. Virulence mechanisms in C ...
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In aim to answer the question by the right way you should firstly clarify the clinical signs Do you means Paralysis or leg disordersPlease find below some possible causes of leg disorders Some possible causes of leg disorders Non infectious infectious Genetic Viral agentsRapid growth Reovirus Nutrition Bacterial agents Mycoplasma Management E. coliLitter quality P. multocidaStocking density Strep ...
Article published the July 25, 2014
Infectious diseases of poultry are mostly associated with severe economic losses. Many of these diseases once re-emerging or introduced into a geographic area can explode into an epidemic and may have a significant negative effect on international trade. Beside general control approaches like biosecurity, improvement of rearing management, monitoring, and vaccination several governmental measures ...
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Article published the July 18, 2014
IntroductionThe modern turkey industry aims at high production and better quality at a low cost. This, in addition to an increase in the demand for poultry meat, necessitates constant, efficient and goal-oriented healthcare to prevent the development of diseases.In the future several challenges and problems, in addition to the ones already existing, will face everybody involved in t ...
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