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5 Matching questions

  1. Is haemophilus parasuis hemolytic
  2. What happens to young pigs that get A. pleuropneumonia
  3. What is the pathogenesis of H. somni
  4. What does Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae cause in pigs
  5. How do you treat CEM
  1. a contagious pleuropneumonia of swine
  2. b NO it is non-hemolytic
  3. c intrauterine irrigation with chlorohexidine, nitrofurazone, ampicillin or penicilin for 5 days
    parenteral ampicillin or penicillin
    chlorohexidine wash and application of nitrofurazone ointment applied daily till culture negative state
  4. d septicemia and death
  5. e septicemia -> attachment to vascular endothelial cells -> platelet aggregation -> coagulation -> thrombosis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. enriched medium
  2. stress
  3. fibrounous polyserositis
    pleuritis/peritonitis
    meningitis (paddling movements seen)
    pyrexia
    lameness
    recumbency
    convulsions
    death
  4. Contagious equine metritis (CEM)
  5. septicemia kills fetus

5 True/False questions

  1. Describe the characteristics of Haemophilus and similar bacteria (actinobacillus, taylorelle equigenitalis)respiatory/genital/CNS

          

  2. What is the pathogenesis for Glassers diseasesepticemia -> attachment to vascular endothelial cells -> platelet aggregation -> coagulation -> thrombosis

          

  3. How do you diagnose A pleuropneumoniaeScreen using kits (ELISA).
    Serum samples are tested for Ab against A. pleuropneumoniae
    In a clean herd, animals should be negative. Introduce only serogically negative animals into the clean herd

          

  4. What are signs of A. pleuropneumoniaYes, bacterins reduce mortality (they don't prevent the dz or decrease severity)

          

  5. What does less acute ITEME causefever, staggering, knuckling of fetlock, somnolence, circling, blindness, coma, death

          

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