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Publikationstyp: Diplomarbeit

Publikationsjahr: 2011

AutorInnen: Postiasi, Stephanie

Titel: Wirksamkeit der Kombinationstherapie aus Antibiose (Baytril RSi®) und NSAID (Dinalgen® 60 mg/ml) nach experimenteller Infektion mit Haemophilus parasuis (HPS) bei Absetzferkeln.

Titelvariante: Efficacy of the combination therapy with antibiotics (Baytril RSi®) and NSAID (Dinalgen® 60 mg/ml) after experimental infection with Haemophilus parasuis (HPS) at weaned piglets

Quelle: Diplomarbeit, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 46.


Betreut von:

Ritzmann Mathias

Begutachtet von:
Spergser Joachim

Einrichtung:
Universitätsklinik für Schweine


Abschluss Datum: 12.09.11


Abstract:
Over the last years, an increase in cases of Glässer's disease could be noticed, due to intensive farming and the fact that piglets from different farms are commingled (RITZMANN u. HEINRITZI, 2005). The clinical outcome of an infection with Haemophilus parasuis (H. parasuis) can vary. Acute infections can cause abortion and arthritis in sows, whereas chronic lameness can occur in boars (OLIVEIRA u. PIJOAN, 2002). The acute clinical picture is mainly characterized by high fever (>41.5°C), apathy, anorexia, coughing, cyanosis, swollen joints, as well as abdominal breathing. Symptoms such as convulsions, tremor, paralyses, reluctance to move and lateral recumbency point to an affection of the meninges (RAPP-GABRIELSON et al., 2006). In chronic cases, symptoms like coughing, dyspnea, or lameness are most frequently observed. Moreover the clinical picture is characterized by weight loss, kyphotic back line and shaggy as well as dense coat (RAPP-GABRIELSON et al., 2006). The objective of the present study was to compare the combination therapy of antibiotics (Baytril® RSi) and NSAID (Dinalgen® 60 mg / ml) against Haemophilus parasuis versus the administration of antibiotics (Baytril® RSi).


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