Tesida Cattle Semen Comentario by mariem el 7 septiembre 2: Hola tengo un nino de 3 anios y hace 3 dias le diagnosticaron esta enfermedad me gustaria saber cuanto tiempo durara esta enfermedad, ademas tambien tengo una nena de 7 meses y me gustaria saber q puedo hacer para q ella no se contagie, q precauciones tengo q tomar…. Me gustaria saber que puede ser ese brote,segun tengo entendido es algo asi como el sun de veiscular juventud. Comentario by claudia el 7 junio 3: Comentario by carolina bravo el 9 mayo Me come bien poco, de donde mas se queja es de dolor en la boca, esta bien down, y no le ha dado fiebre. Ella trabaja en un colegio.
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In the bovine species, symptoms correspond to fever, foot, gallbladders and erosions in the oral cavity, nipples and legs, intense salivation and decreased production. In equidae donkeys, mules and horses symptomatology is preferentially presented in helmets, being able to involve more than one member with the consequent impact on locomotion. Most equidae have a subclinical presentation of the disease. In humans the disease is characterized by a flu painting, fever, muscle aches, headache, and sometimes gallbladders in the lips, tongue hands and occasionally nervous symptoms.
Diagnosis in Colombia In Colombia, the diagnosis of vesicular stomatitis in the bovine species constitutes the largest percentage of vesicular diseases, with the departments most affected Antioquia, Santander, Meta, Cundinamarca, Casanare, Huila, Tolima and Valle.
Diagnosis in equines does not reflect the magnitude of the disease in this species, as most diagnostic samples come from the bovine species, perhaps due to the express manifestation of symptomatology. Associated with the transmission of the disease have been identified as flies of the genus Lutzomya or simulium phlebotomes or simulium, generally considered the association with haematophages vectors. Although the virus infects large number of mammal species and wild birds, natural reservoirs still remain to be defined.
Working equidae given their activity, the form of subclinical presentation of the disease and the unusual sampling for diagnosis of vesicular diseases, contribute greatly to the transmission of the virus between predios and even on the same exploitation, either as Healthy carriers or through clinical or subclinical manifestation of the disease.
Although equidae are not susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, which allows for EV diagnosis at the field level, it is always necessary to resort to sampling in order to reach a definitive diagnosis through the lab. Any vesicular notification should include clinical examination of equines of the holding involved and sampling according to each case.
The best sample to diagnose the disease is the epithelial tissue of animals with clinical symptomatology or the contents of the gallbladders. Epithelium samples should be sent to the laboratory of vesicular diseases of the ICA in refrigerated buferated glycerin or failing that, in an oversaturated sugar solution, prepared in good quality water. Vesicular liquid samples must be shipped frozen. Serological diagnosis is made from samples of paired serums, taking the first sample to equines with symptoms or in contact with sick individuals of other species at the beginning of the disease, and a second sample within three weeks after the episode has begun in any species with which equines inhabit Diagnosis is carried out by complement fixation test from epithelium samples, or vesicular liquid of animals with clinical symptomatology.
ELISA test results and serum neutralization can infer the presence of the disease. In view of a negative diagnosis of vesicular stomatitis in equines, a differential diagnosis of bacterial infectious processes, toxic processes and traumatic processes should be carried out in order to reach a definitive diagnosis that allows medical prescription according to the etiology of the appropriate process. Social Impact The social impact of the disease on the bovine species is represented by the decrease in meat and milk, causing considerable economic losses and thus an impact on human health.
In the equine species, the impact is mainly represented by helmet injuries, which directly impacts on decreased working capacity and even food, on "lost days", increased costs of veterinary services, increase in costs for medication, disability and recovery cost of helmets whose period can range from 4 to 6 months. Losses of these and other consequences due to vesicular stomatitis in equidae require quantified first instance and then to raise control strategies in the species that contribute to reducing the risk of transmission for the other susceptible species.
Vaccination is one of the tools used to prevent the presentation of the disease. Experimental studies have enabled to evaluate the protective capacity of immunogen in bovine species and swine species; for the equine currently not recommended the application of the vaccine, not because it does not protect but because the adjuvant in which it is prepared produces the formation of granulomas in this species, which has no presentation yet when it comes to equidae of work.
In case of submission of the disease, the following health measures should be implemented: - separate and isolate sick animals from healthy - Perform topical treatments to avoid pollution bacteria - Facilitate the feeding of the sick with soft pastures - Dedicate as much as possible personal and equipment for exclusive use of the sick - Treating sick animals after healthy - Restricting the mobilization of the sick and their contacts - Restricting the mobilization of sick equidae or in contact with sick animals of whatever the species affected information taken from Colombian agricultural institute ICA image taken from manuelantonioweb my friend veterinarian agricultural Translated.
Estomatitis vesicular en los bovinos
Mezishakar Evidencia sorologica da estomatitis vesicular en empleados de matadero, Antioquia, Colombia. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Zoonosis y enfermedades transmisibles vesicularr al hombre y a los animales. Language Portal of Canada Access a collection of Canadian resources on all aspects of English and French, including quizzes. Clinical and serological response to laboratory-acquired human infection by Indiana type vesicular stomatitis virus VSV. A rare virus that normally causes only minor flu-like infections in people, but has the ability to kill human cancer cells leaving non-cancerous cells intact.
ESTOMATITIS VESICULAR BOVINA PDF
Se ha descubierto que muchas especies de animales silvestres, incluyendo a los venados, gatos monteses, mapaches, y monos, son portadores de esta enfermedad. Estas llagas se hinchan y se rompen dejando la piel en carne viva. El virus fue descrito por primera vez por Olitsky en En los caballos es inexistente. Es probable que las moscas negras sean vectores de larga distancia. Incidencia de la estomatitis vesicular La incidencia de la EV puede tener amplias variaciones entre los hatos afectados.
Estomatitis vesicular bovina
La estomatitis vesicular es una enfermedad infecciosa aguda que, a menudo, afecta a representantes del mundo animal principalmente el ganado. Pero esta enfermedad puede afectar a las personas. El brote de la enfermedad se produce principalmente durante la temporada de calor, agosto y septiembre. Causas de la estomatitis vesicular Vesylovirus - virus que contiene ARN - es la causa de la estomatitis vesicular. Algunas veces en la literatura se puede encontrar un nombre alternativo para esta enfermedad: estomatitis vesicular por enterovirus con exantema y virus coxsack.