Porcine Health Management

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Parasitology and Parasite Diseases

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Anthelmintic efficacy of a new fenbendazole nanosuspension for pigs

Worm infections in pigs have an enormous impact on the average daily weight gain, feed conversion and mortality rate, if not well controlled. Ascaris suum is the most important endoparasite worldwide. The larval migration enhances respiratory and enteric...
Type
Abstract
Year
2019
Topic
Parasitology and Parasite Diseases
Affiliation
Huvepharma NV

Diagnosis of Cystoisospora suis oocysts in steatorrhoeic piglet samples

Detection of oocysts is a hallmark of the diagnosis of coccidiosis, including suckling piglet cystoisosporosis. However, in practice rapid and simple detection is often severely hampered by the high fat content of suckling piglet samples.
Type
Abstract
Year
2019
Topic
Parasitology and Parasite Diseases
Affiliation
Vetmeduni, Vienna

Associations between Ascaris suum infections and management practices

Ascaris suum infections remain an important threat to the pig industry. A number of studies have been done in the last years regarding diagnosis, treatment and control. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of A. suum in Belgium and to identify associations with farm management practices.
Type
Abstract
Year
2016
Topic
Parasitology and Parasite Diseases

PAPULAR DERMATITIS IN PIGS CAUSED BY MIDGE BITES IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Reports of biting midges are rare in the literature. The importance of parasitic
arthropods to pig production depends of the geographical location and the
production system used. The direct economic impact of biting midges on pig
production has not been studied
Type
Abstract
Year
2014
Topic
Parasitology and Parasite Diseases