enterotoxemia

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en•ter•o•tox•e•mi•a

(ˌɛn tə roʊ tɒkˈsi mi ə)

n.
systemic toxemia caused by an enterotoxin.
[1930–35]

enterotoxemia

a condition in which the blood contains toxin from the intestines.
See also: Blood and Blood Vessels, Poison
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enterotoxemia - a disease of cattle and sheep that is attributed to toxins absorbed from the intestines
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
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Throughout the governorate, the remaining parts of which were retaken from ISIL in August this year, FAO plans to vaccinate the animals against six diseases: sheep and goat pox, brucellosis, enterotoxaemia, blackleg disease, lumpy skin disease, and foot-and-mouth disease.
The drive would continue till May, 31, in which farm animals like sheep, goats, cows, buffaloes and poultry chickens would e vaccinated against animal infectious diseases especially Enterotoxaemia (an overeating disease of sheep and goat) and FMD.
As a result of disease signs and health problems observed during the survey, five main pathologies were described: actinosis (actinomycosis / actinobacillosis), bovine respiratory diseases (BRD), neonatal calf diarrhea (NCD), copper deficiency and black leg, gas gangrene and enterotoxaemia (BGE).
Deficiency of mineral in the diet are as under: Acetonaemia Anemia blindness contigious opthalmia coccidia coccidia colic dermatitis diarrhoea eczema enterotoxaemia ergot fluke foot and mouth disease gas gangrene goat pox Johne's disease lactation tetany lice louping III pneumonia pregnancy toxaemia ring worm tetanus ticks tympany and worms.
A vaccination schedule against common diseases like foot and mouth disease sheep pox enterotoxaemia and pleuro-pneumonia were regularly observed.
Enterotoxaemia is an infection by Clostridium perfringens which affects several types of domesticated animals.
The other than parasitic, livestock diseases were Diarrhoea, Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD), Calcium deficiency, Mastitis, Colic, Enterotoxaemia, Prolaps, Rheumatic fever, Milk fever, Newcastle disease, Retention of foetal membrane, Nasal discharge, Haemoraghic septicemia, An estrous, Laminitis, Strangles, Lactolith, Panting, Canine distemper, Indigestion, Paralysis, Allergy, Uterus pus, Loss of appetite , Tympany, Crop bound Condition, Teat stricture, , Rheumatism, Tail necrosis and gangrene, Black quarter , Fibrosis, Wound, Cough, String hault, Pneumonia, Sheep pox and Gid.
50%) were vaccinated against enterotoxaemia, out of the estimated number of 1143130 and 13.