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Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Disease control tools to secure animal and public health

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  • To perform a qualitative review of 53 infectious diseases in terrestrial animals with data from DISCONTOOLS
sochinf Imagen para Web 5Animal health is a prerequisite for global health, economic development, food security, food quality, and poverty reduction, while mitigating against climate change and biodiversity loss. We did a qualitative review of 53 infectious diseases in terrestrial animals with data from DISCONTOOLS, a specialist database and prioritisation model focusing on research gaps for improving infectious disease control in animals.Many diseases d...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Chronic gastrointestinal foreign body obstructions in dogs and cats

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  • 31% of cases had a small intestinal resection and anastomosis
shutterstock 162633491The objective of this study was to characterize clinicopathologic factors and outcomes for dogs and cats with chronic small intestinal foreign body obstructions (CFBO).Medical records of 72 dogs and cats diagnosed with CFBO between 2010 to 2020 were reviewed for duration of clinical signs, pre-surgical and intraoperative findings, complications, and outcomes. A chronic foreign body was defined as clinical signs, or the observation of f...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Incidence of relapse of inflammatory protein-losing enteropathy in dogs

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  • Dogs that achieved remission and subsequently relapsed had significantly higher poor dietary compliance
silky 955042 960 720Dogs with inflammatory protein-losing enteropathy (iPLE) that attain remission may be at risk of subsequent relapse. Tha aim of this study was to determine the incidence of relapse of iPLE in dogs that have previously attained complete clinical and biochemical remission and identify associated risk factors.Seventy-five client-owned dogs diagnosed with iPLE were included. Medical records of dogs diagnosed with iPLE based on histopathology o...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Helicobacter spp. in pigs and wild boars

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  • These microorganisms can colonize the stomach of both porcine species and may be associated with gastric pathology
cinghiale istopatBesides Helicobacter pylori, a Gram-negative bacterium that may cause gastric disorders in humans, non-Helicobacter pylori helicobacters (NHPH) may also colonize the stomach of humans and animals. In pigs, H. suis can induce gastritis and may play a role in gastric ulcer disease, possibly in association with Fusobacterium gastrosuis.In the present study, gastric samples from 71 slaughtered pigs and 14 hunted free range wild boars were tested for ...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Evaluating the association between blood groups and haemoplasma infection in cats

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  • Haemoplasma infection was demonstrated in cats of all phenotypes and genotypes
feline infectious anaemia what you need to know 55de388fe1172In humans, blood groups are associated with varying prevalence of infections. The aim of this study was to determine if associations exist between the feline AB blood group system and haemoplasma infection.Data from two studies were combined. In the first study, DNA samples from 131 haemoplasma-infected and 132 haemoplasma-uninfected UK cats underwent pyrosequ...

Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Biomarkers of Kidney Disease in Horses

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  • There are multiple new biomarkers with the potential to diagnose kidney problems
40f0161e2ec48977099cbddcb9e44b6dCreatinine only allows detection of kidney disease when 60 to 75% of the glomerular function is lost and is therefore not an ideal marker of disease. Additional biomarkers could be beneficial to assess kidney function and disease. The objectives are to describe new equine kidney biomarkers.This systematic review assesses the available literature, including the validation process and reference values, following which...

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