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Título : Diarrea neonatal bovina en un hato del antiplano norte de Antioquia (Colombia), un estudio descriptivo
Autor : Cadavid Betancur, David Andrey
Giraldo Echeverry, Carlos Andrés
Sierra Bedoya, Santiago
Montoya Pino, Mateo
Chaparro Gutiérrez, Jenny Jovana
Restrepo Botero, Juan Esteban
Olivera Ángel, Martha
metadata.dc.subject.*: Cryptosporidium parvum
Cryptosporidium parvum
ELISA
Inmunidad pasiva
Passive immunity
Rotavirus bovino
Bovine rotavirus
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Editorial : Universidad de Caldas
Citación : Cadavid DA, Giraldo CA, Sierra S, Montoya M, Chaparro JJ, Restrepo JE, Olivera M. Diarrea neonatal bovina en un hato del altiplano norte de Antioquia (Colombia), un estudio descriptivo. Veterinaria y Zootecnia. 2014; 8(2): 120-9
Resumen : Bovine neonatal diarrhea is a disease, with etiology that can be infectious or non-infectious, which affects calves during the first three and causes serious economic losses in the dairy industry worldwide. This study describes the disease in a dairy herd in the Northern Antioquia Highlands. A cohort of 60 calves was evaluated during the first month of life through clinical examinations, haematological and serology analysis, and ELISA in fecal samples to detect Cryptosporidium parvum, bovine rotavirus type A, bovine coronavirus and E. coli K99. Additionally, the concentration of immunoglobulin in the colostrum administered and the passive transfer of immunoglobulin were estimated. Proportions of morbidity because of diarrhea were 94.92%, general mortality 17.58%, and lethality 15.79%. Among the group of sick animals 89.47%, 47.37%, 7.02% and 0% were found for each pathogenic agent respectively. A high percentage of animals with reactive lymphocytes were observed which indicates parasitic or viral infection. The results obtained from this study suggest that circulation of agents involved in bovine neonatal diarrhea can exist in the area, which generates concern because of the unknown sanitary status in the Northern Antioquia Highlands.
ISSN : 20115415
Aparece en las colecciones: CIAG (Centro de investigaciones Agrarias)

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