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Dear Aftab AnwarThanks for sharing - I hope you will endure!In our work with poultry in Denmark and Russia, we have found that problems relating to the respiratory system are best regarded as secondary infections. We have found that when we reduce the ammonia level in the air, whereby we reduce the chemical inflammation of the mucosa in the respiratory system, many sicknesses "disappear" from the ...
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Danka Maslic-Strizak In chicken only left oviduct develops. Right oviduct is rudimentary. In IB left oviduct becomes cystic. Cystic right oviduct has no significance in IB.
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Attempts to manage the primary problem and the secondary complications do not address an extremely important issue -- that of clearing the airways and restoring the ciliary escalator in the nasotracheal tract. Antibiotics can handle the active infection effectively but fail to manage the remnants of mucosal discharges that form plugs in the airways and serve as excellent nidi for secondary infect ...
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AHMED ANJUM Glycyrrhiza glabra acts as an expectorant to clear airways and as a mucolytic. It also has astringent properties that reduce chances of initial infection and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce exudation and damage during the initial infection. No wonder, it is one of the key constituents of Respzz®.
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Aftab anwar Yes .. first attempt to reduce exposure to dust. in EC houses, keeping the cooling pads wet as much as possible will catch dust. in open houses, not applicable. Second attmept ... use expectorant. in our circumstances, glycerrhiza (Mulathi) in feed (my suggestion @ 200 g/feed bag). One can also try human cough syrups such as pulmonal, hydryllin. Third ... water sanitation (my sug ...
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Dear Dr Aftab AnwarWell said that in Pakistan, every year in wheat harvesting season, we are facing this problem duration is ‘’March, April, May and June’’. In my experience, this respiratory problem is not Infectious bronchitis outbreaks. It is rather related to environment pollution.In a poultry house, with live birds, the average number of dust particles is generally bel ...
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There is no sigle strain IB vaccine to protect variants present in your area. However, Ma5 from MSD is capable of providing protection against different strains. Spraying the vaccine at hatchery will provide better protection. Mycoplasma control at breeder level (Tiamulin at 25 mg per kg for 2days every 28 days in laying) produce Mycoplasma free chicks. This will reduce E.coli load in broiler Chic ...
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Many single IBV infections cause mild respiratory signs, relatively decreased body weight, and slightly higher mortality rates. Some broiler flocks experienced IBV infections diagnosed molecularly by real-time PCR and serologically by using ELISA (2x increase of mean antibody titer than expected), the cumulative mortality rate doesn't exceed 8%.IBV infection complicated with H9 AIV infection resul ...
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