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Epizootological data

Cattle:

1. fascialesis - 30% infection;

2. dictiocauliasis - 25%;

3. telaziosis - 100%;

IFA:

1. fascialesis - 20%;

2. fleas - 50%

3. lice - 40%

4. ticks - 10%

Pigs:

1. esophagostomiasis - 30%

2. metastrongylosis - 20%

3. ascariasis - 60%

Horses:

1. oxyurosis - 20%

2. ascariasis - 30%

3. Strongilatoses - 15%.
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Epizootological data

  1. Epizootological terms, concepts, categories
    As you know, the epizootic process is a natural-ecological phenomenon, which is influenced by natural and economic factors. They noticeably change the course of this process among animals of different species. Since it is not possible to study such a phenomenon in its entirety by experimental methods, theoretical studies become necessary. For a definite
  2. Proposed rational epizootological classification of animal infectious diseases
    The rational epizootological classification of infectious diseases of farm animals should contribute to an understanding of the characteristics inherent in the groups of epizootic processes of such diseases. The groups of infectious diseases formed by this classification have much in common in the features of the manifestation and control of their epizootic processes. This makes it possible to use
  3. The act of veterinary and epizootological examination of the area.
    Date of examination: October 2, 2010-12-17 Composition of the commission: veterinarian ****** O.Yu. student of the B-51 group ***** M.V. student of the B-51 group ****** E.N. Objective: to examine the veterinary and sanitary state of the territory served by the Dzerzhinsky Veterinary Clinic for infectious, invasive and non-infectious
  4. Passport data
    Passport data contains basic information about the patient: full name, year of birth, information about education and place of work, about the place of permanent residence. Passport data provide information about the patient, which to some extent contribute to the diagnosis of the disease and the definition of medical tactics. The age of the patient, in conjunction with other data, is diagnostically very informative. For young people
  5. Total information
    Fig. 139. Model of infusion therapy. From fig. 139 follows: - A prerequisite for rational therapy is the correct thorough recognition of violations in their sequence (diagnosis). For this, 4 ways of information are used: history, clinical data, measurement results and pathophysiological representations, all in a complex (only laboratory values ​​are approximate). -
  6. Map 1: where is my data?
    If we take the business world, then one of the places where we see a lot of maps is the technology industry, especially technical architecture. As the name implies, technical architecture provides an answer to the questions of where various measuring devices, computers, servers, programs are connected, which allows the system to collect useful data, and for us (users) to get access to them. IN
  7. Objective research data
    An objective study of an infectious patient is carried out according to the procedure generally accepted in the therapeutic clinic in the manner indicated in the form of the medical history. The clinical manifestations of an infectious disease are diverse. The most difficult to detect early signs in the initial period of the disease. Evaluation of the information received may be sufficient if you remember that there are no "trifles" in the study
  8. Autopsy data
    Subcutaneous tissue - the amount of fat, its color, texture, blood filling of blood vessels, blood condition, color, texture, dryness, humidity, bruising, swelling, etc. • Superficial lymph nodes (submandibular, pharyngeal, superficial cervical, popliteal, superficial inguinal, arrogant), size (length, width, thickness), if necessary weight, shape,
  9. Total information
    Isoserological incompatibility (isoimmunization) of maternal and fetal blood is the formation of antibodies in the mother’s blood in response to the penetration of fetal antigens that are incompatible either by group or by the Rh factor of the blood. Penetrating through the placental barrier to the fetus, antibodies destroy its red blood cells, which leads to hemolytic disease of the fetus, newborn or his death, as well as interruption
  10. Laboratory data
    Blood test: anemia, sometimes very severe and persistent, usually normal or hypochromic in the terminal stage. Causes of anemia: toxic burning of nitrogenous toxins on the bone marrow, a decrease in the production of erythropoietin, and increased bleeding. There may be neutrophilic leukocytosis. Dramatically accelerated ESR up to 50-60 mm / hour. Coagulogram changes towards hypocoagulation. In the terminal stage
  11. Laboratory data
    Diagnosis of IDA is based on the establishment of laboratory signs of anemia and iron deficiency in the body itself. In a clinical blood test, hypochromic (CP <0.85) anemia of varying severity is detected. Morphologically in a blood smear - hypochromic red blood cells, characterized by the presence of wide enlightenment in the center; an erythrocyte at the same time resembles a donut or ring (anulocyte). Often
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