Laboratory results on the microbiologic, pathologic, and environmental conditions at the time of the 2015 outbreak suggested hemorrhagic septicemia
caused by Pasteurella multocida serotype B and triggered by environmental conditions (3,6).
The experts say the villagers' cattle died from hemorrhagic septicemia
[HS] and blackleg,' Khit said, referring to two bacterial diseases that affect cattle across the globe whose economic impact can be severe.
He said that UVAS was establishing a training centre for biologics production for prevention of deadly hemorrhagic septicemia
(HS), foot and mouth disease (FMD) in dairy animals.
Epidemiological studies on occurrence of Hemorrhagic Septicemia
Similarly Hemorrhagic septicemia
(HS) is infectious, contagious and acute disease which, unlike FMD, is highly fatal and affect mainly cattle and water buffalo in tropical regions especially Asia and Africa (De Alwis, 1999; Shivachandra et al., 2011).
multocida type B:2, is responsible for hemorrhagic septicemia
in dairy cattle and buffalo and many outbreaks are reported every year from all over India suggesting that this serotype is transmitted between bovine species and swine (8).
In the camp, more than 800 animals were vaccinated against hemorrhagic septicemia
(HS) and given dewormers and treatment for various diseases.
Vaccine efficacy in cattle against hemorrhagic septicemia
with live attenuated aroA mutant of Pasteurella multocida B:2 strain.
These year, however, no cases of Hemorrhagic Septicemia
and East Coarse Fever were reported among animals.
Distintos tipos de virus amenazan a la acuicultura, entre ellos, en la industria de salmonidos destacan el virus que provoca la anemia infecciosa del salmon (ISAV, del ingles infectious salmon anemia virus) (Nylund et al., 2007), el virus de la necrosis pancreatica infecciosa (IPNV, del ingles infectious pancreatic necrosis virus) (Guy et al., 2006), el virus de la necrosis hemato-poyetica infecciosa (IHNV, del ingles infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus) (Thoulouze et al., 2004), el virus de la septicemia hemorragica (VHSV, del ingles viral hemorrhagic septicemia
virus) (Kim et al., 2012), o en la industria del camaron, el virus que genera el sindrome de la mancha blanca (WSSV, del ingles white sport sindrome virus) (Sarathi et al., 2008).
Keywords: Pasteurella multocida; Hemorrhagic septicemia
; Montanide ISA 70; Buffalo calves