Veterinaria Digital - 11/03/2018Formaldehyde burn
Thermo-chemical burnt caused by formaldehyde, used as salmonellicide in feed. The exothermal reaction comes from the interaction with the hydrochloric acid in the digestive tract.
Veterinaria Digital - 18/02/2017Lesions in gizzard by formaldehyde
The use of formaldehyde in the food as a salmonicide can cause internal burns by the exothermic reaction that occurs with contact to the hydrochloric acid of gizzard.
Veterinaria Digital - 3/12/2016Lesions of gizzard by formaldehyde
The use of salmonids based on formaldehyde in food is prohibited in many countries, but not in all of them and that is why increasingly more often produce pathologies such as shown in the photos.
Veterinaria Digital - 9/08/2015Burns due to formaldehyde in gizzard
Burns due to formaldehyde in gizzard
Veterinaria Digital - 25/07/2015Burns due to formaldehyde
Improper use of formaldehyde as a preservative in feed, causes burns in the proventriculus and stratum corneum of the gizzard.
Veterinaria Digital - 9/02/2013Chemical burns in gizzard caused by formaldehyde
The use of formaldehide as a salmonellicide in balanced feed is restringed in most countries and allowed in some others. This substance reacts, when arriving in the gizzard, with the hydrochloric acid secreted in the proventriculus and two substances...