Participation in Forum on June 3, 2020
Very interesting topic.From our experience here below the main causes of vaccine failure and each one of them is a topic to discuss: 1. Vaccination storage/ handling/ transportation/administration 2. Time of thawing more than 90 sec.3. Vaccine preparation or handling.4. Time of vaccine consumption more than 1 hour. 5. Contamination in the vaccination equipment.6. Poor vaccine administration ex. No ...
Participation in Forum on June 14, 2017
Thank you for the information but what I have known from Prof Michael Hess you should evaluate the adenoviruses in broiler chickens free from antibodies as broiler is more sensitive than LayersBest RegardsNadim
Participation in Forum on March 13, 2017
Dr. Husam Bakri... proud of you dear
Participation in Forum on November 18, 2015
Thanks for this important article. Is these data published? Can you share it with me? email@example.com
Participation in Forum on August 3, 2014
Some information needed:
Picture number 6 is not related to the same flock??
size of the Bursa?
What is the vaccination programme?
VVNDV genotype VII and VI spreading every where in Pakistan and proper vaccination programme needed to control it.
The best is using the Killed with the live ND LaSota vaccines.
We will be visiting Lahore Expo in Septmber and hope we can meet duringt the expo
Participation in Forum on April 3, 2014
Dear Armand, It is better to use the entire vaccine in the same day to avoid contamination with external pathogens like Fungi or other bacteria, so you can organize the vaccination with your neigbours.Regarding vaccinating females for EDS yes, you can. Best Regards,Nadim
Participation in Forum on November 13, 2012
You need to be sure it is FC as there is pasturella and pasturella like bacteria that can cause same problem (like Gallibacterium anatis).
There is vaccine for the FC and for the Gallibacterium anatis.
What I want to inform you is the Differential diagnosis is really important blood smear can help you so much.
Participation in Forum on October 23, 2012
Thank you for the nice article just I want to know if there was any clinical signs in the chickens and what is the signs of the Salmonella livingstone? Did you try to do pathogenisity study on the isolates?
Participation in Forum on October 17, 2012
Thank you for sharing this case with us I just have some comments here: In Jordan before 10 years one of my colelagues (Dr. Hisham Maaitah) did survey on infectious bursal disease (IBD) and he isolated the virus from clincal cases and from these viruses he found most of them related to vaccinal strain. So my recommendation is to do more analysis on this strain More over I agree with LEE to vacc ...
Participation in Forum on August 27, 2012
Dear Ahmad do you mean by Kryza (Infectious Coryza)?? if yes please vaccinate yuor flock with Volvac AC Plus KV vaccine and give suitable antibiotic like norfloxacin nicotinate