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Salmonella

Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 8/04/2018

Pseudomonas’ nodules in rearing birds

The presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is becoming more frequent in avian pathology. This microorganism has an increasing resistance to antibiotics and disinfectants. For this reason, its vertical and horizontal transmission make it an emerging infection.


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 11/03/2018

Formaldehyde 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.


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 5/08/2017

Injury caused by Salmonella in swine

Salmonella infection in pigs is mainly due to S. cholerasuis, S.typhimurium and S.thyphisuis and comes from diarrheal materials from other pigs, rodent excrement or contaminated food. These are microorganisms that infect the cells of the mucosa causing...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 7/05/2017

Intestinal Salmonellosis in pigs

Intestinal Salmonellosis in pigs is caused by microorganisms of the genus Salmonella, more frequently by S. cholerasuis, S. typhimurium, S. agona and S. derby, in the surface of the intestinal epithelium. Lesions are caused by the bacterium’s ability...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 19/03/2017

Swine salmonellosis caused by pericarditis

The origin of swine salmonellosis usually comes from a primary intestinal or respiratory infection (S. pneumoniae) that can spread septicemic to other organs (eg, the pericardiumas can be seen in the photo) due to immunosuppressive factors (salmonellosis...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 4/03/2017

Swine pleuritis and pneumonia by Salmonella

Swine bacterial infections and other mammals may be local if the regional lymphatic lymph nodes stop the infection, or general if there are general immunosdepressive factors (bacterial toxins or bacterial immunodepressive infections such as...


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