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1. A Clinico Pathological Examination And Treatment Of Experimentally Induced Salmonella Infection In Goats

by Baig Muhammad Kakar | Dr. Khalid Pervaiz | Dr. Khushi | Dr. Mohammad Sarwar Khan | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print Publisher: 1997Dissertation note: Salmonellosis is common problem for goat population of the country which is therefore, a constant threat for the farming community of the country during the summer season. The present study was undertaken to study the course of disease with relevance uo environmental factors and the efficacy of various antirnlcroblal drugs available in the market. Salmonellosis was clinically manifested by acute enteritis, dysentery, abdominal cramps, where as temperature, respiration rate and pulse rate were raised upto 2- 3.4°F, 16-23 times/minute and 10-16 times/minute respectively. Predominant postmortem lesions were dehydration, petechiation of the intestinal mucosa occasionally with the accumulation of reddish fluid in t1e intestinal lumen, thickening of the urinary bladder and Pale carcase along with decreased serum sodium concentration in such animals. Among the various antimicrobial drugs used invitro, Gentamycin and chloraphenicol were highly sensitive where as Oxytectracycline, trimethoprim apicillin and kananycin were quite sensitive. Results of in vivo traits for oxytetracycline, tribrissen, gentamycin were 0.00%, 80%, 80% and 100% respectively, whereas 100% mortality was recorded in untreated control group of animals. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0494,T] (1).

2. Prevalence & Therapeutic Control Of Surra (Trypanosomiasis) In Camels In District Kech, Turbat

by Faqir Muhammad | Iftikhar Gul Ahmad, 12n (CMS) | Baig | Khalid Pervez, 25n (CMS) | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 2000Dissertation note: The most important protozoan disease of camels is Trypanosomiasis caused by T. evansi, brucei, I. vivax etc. But the most widespread and serious pathogenic Trypanosome of camels is T. evansi. There was little epidemiological information on the prevalence of infection and of the likely vectors of the parasite. Control of infection depends on accurate diagnosis and treatment with Trypanocidal drugs. Although only a few Trypanocidal drugs are available and there were reports of resistance, the actual extent of this was not known. So due to the economical losses, the disease became even more important and demanded further work. This study was designed to help in getting information on prevalence and therapeutic control of disease. In the study out of total 500 animals 42 were found infected with trypanosomiasis, the prevalence being 8.4 percent. With regard to the comparative efficacy of the three trypanocidal drugs, Tripasan, Berenil and trypamidium. The efficacy of Tripasan was excellent being 90% effective. The efficacy of Berenil was found somewhat less being 70% effective. This may be due to the low dosage or resistance development against the drug in the protozoan parasite. The efficacy of Trypamidium was 70% percent. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0640,T] (1).

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