3 edition of The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa found in the catalog.
The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa
by International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases in Nairobi, Kenya
Written in English
|Other titles||Gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa.|
|Statement||Jørgen Hansen, Brian Perry.|
|Contributions||Perry, B. D. 1946-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||121|
parasite control need to consider the strategic use of antiparasitics for individual target parasites, as well as needs to integration and rationalisation of all the component strategies.(Taylor, ) Taylor, M.A., Parasite control in sheep: A risky business. Small Ruminant Research , Background. Strongyloides parasites, other soil-transmitted helminths (STH), and Schistosoma species are some of the most common infections among refugees 1, refugees resettled in North America, the prevalence of potentially pathogenic parasites ranges from 8% to 86% 1, broad range may be explained by differences in geographic origin, age, previous living and environmental.
This issue of Veterinary Clinics: Food Animal Practice guest edited by Dr. Ray M. Kaplan focuses on Ruminant Parasitology. This is one of three issues each year selected by the series consulting editor Dr. Robert A. Smith. Articles in this issue include but are not limited to: biology and epidemiology of GI nematode parasites in cattle epidemiology and control of GI parasites of cattle in. Epidemiology T. b. gambiense is found in the western and central regions of Africa, whereas T. b. rhodesiense is restricted to the eastern third of the continent (figure 2E). Most cases of sleeping sickness (98%) are the chronic West African form but the number of new cases have fallen in recent years f in to 6, in (78%.
Key to the identification of gastrointestinal nematodes of ruminants, Recovery of adult lungworms, Recovery of trematode and cestode parasites, Other aids to diagnosis of ruminant nematodes, DNA ]based methods, Protozoal infections, Examination of faecal samples for coccidia, The most common human intestinal trematode was said to be F buski, which causes fasciolopsiasis,  and should be differentiated from F hepatica and F gigantica, which are liver flukes that cause fascioliasis. Conversely, the genus Echinostoma is the largest, with about species of echinostomatid flukes. About 20 species belonging to 10 genera have been reported to cause human .
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The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa. This spiral-bound handbook reviews the epidemiology of gastro-intestinal helminths and protozoa of ruminants of sub-Saharan Africa, and presents procedures and techniques for their diagnosis, survey and by: The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa Jorgen Hansen, Brian Perry Published in in Nairobi by English pressCited by: The Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Control of Helminth Parasites of Ruminants.
A Hand Book. 2nd ed. Nairobi, Kenya: ILRAD (International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases); [Accessed on ]. Cited by: 5. The second edition of the manual Epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa was published at the end of under the modified title The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of helminth parasites of ruminants.
parasites are major drawbacks hindering small ruminant co st-effective control measures. Th us, the objectives of greater i mpact in Eth iopia due to the availab ility of a wide. This paper reviews the current epidemiology, control of gastrointestinal nematode infections of small ruminants and the current alternatives to conventional anthelmintics to control gastrointestinal nematode infections with an emphasis on the inevitable rise of anthelmintic resistance and the suggestions that need to be considered for the future integrated control of these nematode infections in small ruminants.
The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of helminth parasites of ruminants. A Handbook Jørgen Hansen, DVM, PhD Animal Production and Health Division Food and Agriculture Organization Rome, Italy Brian Perry, BVM&S, DTVM, MSc, DVM&S, MRCVS International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases Nairobi, Kenya © ILRAD Published by the International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases.
Hansen, J. and perry, B () The Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Control of Helminth Parasites of Ruminants. 4th Edition, International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases, Nairobi, - References - Scientific Research Publishing.
The Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Control of Helminth Parasites of Ruminants; pp. – [ Google Scholar ] Jurasek M.E., Bishop-Stewart J.K., Storey B.E., Kaplan R.M., Kent M.L. Modification and further evaluation of a fluorescein-labeled peanut agglutinin test.
The handbook, in a simple style, reviews the epidemiology of. economically important helminth parasites of swine and present procedures and techniques for their diagnosis, survey and control. The book is designed for routine use in all types of animal health. The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa: a handbook.
ruminants in Sub-Saharan Africa. In: The Proceedings of (Capra hircus) are found to be highly susceptible to Gastro-Intestinal Parasite (GIP) The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of.
These compounds are effective against most of the major GI parasites of ruminants and have varying levels of activity against inhibited larvae. The imidazothiazoles include levamisole, morantel, and pyrantel, which also are highly effective, safe, broad-spectrum anthelmintics but. The Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Control of Gastro-intestinal Parasites of Ruminants in Africa, ILRAD, Nairobi, Kenya () MAFF Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food) Manual of Veterinary Parasitological Laboratory Techniques Technical Bulle HMSO, London ().
Parasite Epidemiology and Control focuses on the major areas of epidemiological study including disease etiology, disease surveillance, drug resistance, geographical spread, screening, biomonitoring, and comparisons of treatment effects in clinical trials for both human and other animals. 1. Introduction.
Domesticated small ruminants, especially sheep and goats, constitute an important source of animal protein to many Nigerians. A lot of socio-economic importance is therefore attached to ownership of these animals that, in some cases, may be the only realizable wealth of a rural household (Mathewman,Omeke, ).Helminthiasis, especially parasitic gastro-enteritis (PGE.
The Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Control of Gastrointestinal Parasites in Africa, A Hand Book, (ILRAD, Nairobi), Google Scholar Hassan Wan, W.E., Phipps, R.H.
and Owen, E., Hansen, J. & Perry, B. () The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa. x + pp. International Livestock Centre for Africa, Nairobi, Kenya.
The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of helminth parasites of ruminants, second edition. International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases (ILRAD), Nairobi, Kenya.
Gordon HM,Anthelmintics-ruminants and horses. In: Proceedings No. 19 of Course for veterinarians (The J.D. Stewart Course for ) on parasitology and epidemiology, University of Sydney, Post-Graduate Committee in Veterinary Science, pp Gordon HM,Worm parasites of horses-epidemiology and diagnosis.
Helminth infections in small ruminants are serious problems in the developing world, particularly where nutrition and sanitation are poor. This study investigated the burden and risk factors of gastrointestinal nematode parasite infections in sheep and goats kept in smallholder mixed farms in the Kenyan Central Highlands.
Three hundred and seven small ruminants were sampled from 66 smallholder.Infections with parasitic helminths (nematodes and trematodes) represent a significant economic and welfare burden to the global ruminant livestock industry. The increasing prevalence of anthelmintic resistance means that current control programmes are costly and unsustainable in the long term.
Recent changes in the epidemiology, seasonality and geographic distribution of helminth infections. Dereje, G. (): Investigation of common gastro-intestinal parasites of small ruminants (sheep and goats) in and around Wolaita Soddo, Northern Omo, Ethiopia.
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