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Poultry bacterial diseases
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IntroductionFowl cholera is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Pasteurella multocida. This species is named “multocida”, which may be interpreted as a bacterium that "kills" (cida) "many" (multo). In 1879, Pasteur was able to cultivate this bacterium; this was the first time that disease-causing bacteria were grown in culture media, outside the animal host. Pasteur inadverte ...
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Dear Yusef Huberman Sir,thanks for your kind reply.
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Dear Habib. The comments made by Dr. Kotaiah Talapaneni (11dic2021) are correct. Recuperated birds will have immunity if infected during rearing. You may vaccinate healthy birds. If antibiotics do not help, you should send samples for isolation of Avibacterium paragallinarum and have them make a sensibility test and select the correct antibiotic.Vaccination may boost immunization and protection.
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Dear Sir,Here I came to know that IC Vaccination of Laying bird is allowed if the bird mistakenly not done any Coryza Vaccination before production stage.Here in Bangladesh, I have a coryza Case treated with Sulfanamide with Erythromycin but after few days it is repeatedly happened. So i want to do inactivated vaccine for permanent immunization.
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Every one is talking about viral and bacterial diseases, or what they are seeing or are being told to look for, in reality, more that 90% of the problem begins with mycotoxins in feed, leading to immunosuppression, metabolic disturbance, co-morbidities, poor performance n increased mortality. If you want to control the problem, please solve the mycotoxins related problem first, then the viral n ba ...
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Dra.g.rao, In Argentina all strains involved in Fowl Cholera outbreaks, mostly in broiler breeders, so far have been always encapsulated. Capsules are easy to be detected by preparing very thin smears from fresh organ imprints extended together with a drop of Indian ink. Under microscope ghost images of white bacilli over black background indicates presence of capsulated isolates.
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