Trichinosis - causes death of litters Appropriate...

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Parasitic food-borne disease Caused by eating raw or undercooked meat Diagnosed by:  blood test Lives in meat-eating animals o Rats   pigs   humans Found all over the world Incidence   12 cases per year Symptoms: Treatment:    *found in the tongue and diaphragm generally impractical Nausea             no treatment that kills the larvae Fever Diarrhea Abdominal pain Prevention: Want to prevent animals from ingesting infected meat DON’T EAT UNDERCOOKED MEAT! PARVOVIRUS   
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Unformatted text preview: causes death of litters Appropriate Vaccinations ** Use appropriate disinfectant to Leptospirosis kill the bacteria Parvovirus Erysipelas TRICHINOSIS TRANSMISSABLE GASTRIC ENTERITIS gastric disease that causes inflammation leads to diarrhea designer vaccines ship dead animals to place, they will see what disease you have (strains, symptoms) and design a vaccine for your problem Expensive and takes time...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course AVS 332 taught by Professor Launer during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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