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A Textbook of the Diseases of Small Domestic Animals / 4th ed

By: Brumley, Oscar Victor.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: USA: Lea & Febiger; 1943Edition: 4th ed.Description: 422 p.Subject(s): Small Domestic Animals-Dieases | Livestock ProductionDDC classification: 636.0896 Brumley 11545 4th 1943 Livestock Production Summary: This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1921. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... method is to close them up tight and introduce formaldehyd gas. Incubators have proved to be common carriers of the infection, therefore attention to this matter is especially important. (/>) All eggs selected for hatching should- be cleaned and disinfected in the following manner: Saturate a cloth in 50 per cent. alcohol and wipe each egg carefully before placing it in the incubator. Do not use an excess of alcohol as it will penetrate the egg shell. This treatment will effectively remove all surface infection, (c) All coops, houses, nests, etc., should be disinfected at regular intervals. (fl) When possible it would be advisable to select hens as layers that are free from the disease. This can be done quite efficiently by examining samples of eggs, discharges, agglutination test, etc. {e) All litter from infected houses, coops, etc., should either be burned or treated with lime to prevent the perpetuation of the disease. PIROPLASMOSIS OF THE DOG. Infectious Jaundice. Biliary Fever. Malignant Jaundice. Definition.A malignant or infectious disease of the dog produced by the Piroplasma canis or Piroplasma commune. Etiology. --Piroplasmosis of the dog has been reported in several different countries. It is produced by two species of piroplasma or Babesia: Piroplasma canis and Piroplasma commune. Morphologically these parasites are identical with Piroplasma bigcminum. The Piroplasma canis is 2-4 microns in diameter, the free organisms spherical, and those contained within the corpuscles are pear-shaped or contain many angles. Multiplication is by direct division. The Piroplasma commune is similar, round or pear-shaped. The round type is 1.0-1.5 microns, and the pear-shaped 1.5-2.5 microns in diameter. The former is not transmissible to any other animal ...
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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1921. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... method is to close them up tight and introduce formaldehyd gas. Incubators have proved to be common carriers of the infection, therefore attention to this matter is especially important. (/>) All eggs selected for hatching should- be cleaned and disinfected in the following manner: Saturate a cloth in 50 per cent. alcohol and wipe each egg carefully before placing it in the incubator. Do not use an excess of alcohol as it will penetrate the egg shell. This treatment will effectively remove all surface infection, (c) All coops, houses, nests, etc., should be disinfected at regular intervals. (fl) When possible it would be advisable to select hens as layers that are free from the disease. This can be done quite efficiently by examining samples of eggs, discharges, agglutination test, etc. {e) All litter from infected houses, coops, etc., should either be burned or treated with lime to prevent the perpetuation of the disease. PIROPLASMOSIS OF THE DOG. Infectious Jaundice. Biliary Fever. Malignant Jaundice. Definition.A malignant or infectious disease of the dog produced by the Piroplasma canis or Piroplasma commune. Etiology. --Piroplasmosis of the dog has been reported in several different countries. It is produced by two species of piroplasma or Babesia: Piroplasma canis and Piroplasma commune. Morphologically these parasites are identical with Piroplasma bigcminum. The Piroplasma canis is 2-4 microns in diameter, the free organisms spherical, and those contained within the corpuscles are pear-shaped or contain many angles. Multiplication is by direct division. The Piroplasma commune is similar, round or pear-shaped. The round type is 1.0-1.5 microns, and the pear-shaped 1.5-2.5 microns in diameter. The former is not transmissible to any other animal ...

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