pasteurellosis


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Noun1.pasteurellosis - an acute infectious disease characterized by pneumonia and blood infection
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
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Emulsified vaccine against pasteurellosis of cattle, buffalo and sheep
The number of saiga died of pasteurellosis is exceeding 120,000 in Kazakhstan, the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan said Wednesday.
Pasteurellosis |PRIMARILY caused by the bacteria Mannheimia haemolytica, this leads to pneumonia in older sheep, mastitis in ewes and septicaemia in lambs.
Severe invasive infections and death due to Pasteurellosis are rarely described in the literature.
Identified bacterial diseases that could cause bird mortality were colibacillosis, pasteurellosis, and salmonellosis.
Before the experiment started, all animals were vaccinated against Hog cholera, pasteurellosis, pneumonia and paratyphoid.
Interactions between pathogens and hosts: simulation of pasteurellosis epidemics in bighorn sheep populations.
In addition, there is no co-ordinated annual vaccination campaign against diseases like anthrax, foot and mouth and pasteurellosis, in part because of a shortage of trained animal health workers in the refugee camps with limited access to even basic veterinary products.
Further, complicated viral infections lead to secondary mixed infections caused by highly contagious bacterial diseases such as streptococcemia, pleuropneumonia, colibacillosis, pasteurellosis and mycoplasma pneumonia.
A post-mortem showed that Mr Freeman had died from septicaemia after becoming infected with the bacteria that causes pasteurellosis, which is known as rabbit flu or snuffles.
A post-mortem revealed that Mr Freeman had died from septicaemia after becoming infected with the bacteria that causes pasteurellosis, which is known as rabbit flu or snuffles.
A post-mortem revealed Mr Freeman died of septicaemia from the bacteria that causes pasteurellosis, known as rabbit flu or snuffles.