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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Vaccine associated inactivated against colibacillosis, salmonellosis, klebsiella and proteus infection of young animals and fur animals, vaccine for the prevention and therapy of bovine trichophytosis alive dry, vaccine against pasteurellosis of cattle and buffalo inactivated.
Differences in virulence between bovine-derived clinical isolates of Pasteurella multocida serotype A from the UK and the USA in a model of bovine pneumonic pasteurellosis.
The differential diagnosis for RBF includes other animal-related infections, such as those from snake bites, leptospirosis, rabies, and pasteurellosis.
In: Adlam C and Rutter JM (eds) Pasteurella and Pasteurellosis.
Pasteurella vaccines Pasteurellosis is caused mainly by the bacterias Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasteurella trehalosi, with infection leading to pneumonia, mastitis or septicaemia.
Pathological and molecular based study of pneumonic pasteurellosis in cattle and buffalo (Bubalus bubalis).
The occurrence of P multocida in other species has also been reported, such as pasteurellosis ('snuffles') in rabbits, fowl cholera in poultry, hemorrhagic septicemia in ruminants and animal scratches and bites in humans (ARUMUGAM et al.
Oxidative stress may be involved in several pathological conditions in farm animals, such as thermal and physical discomfort, injuries [5], colitis [6], and sepsis [7] in pigs, pneumonic pasteurellosis in sheep [8], pneumonia in foals [9], and demodicosis in dogs [10].
Interactions between pathogens and hosts: simulation of pasteurellosis epidemics in bigorn sheep populations, p.
The hyperimmune serum specificity was tested by antigenic erythrocyte diagnosticums: plague, pasteurellosis, pseudotuberculosis, Leptospira.