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5 Matching questions

  1. What happens to pregnant sows that get A. pleuropneumonia
  2. How do you control H. somni
  3. What do pigs with Glassers dz develop
  4. What does CEM cause in the uterus
  5. What does Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae cause in pigs
  1. a fibrounous polyserositis
    pleuritis/peritonitis
    meningitis (paddling movements seen)
    pyrexia
    lameness
    recumbency
    convulsions
    death
  2. b test and treat infected bull
    Monitor animals: culture semen, prepuce washing; ELISA
  3. c septicemia kills fetus
  4. d contagious pleuropneumonia of swine
  5. e inflammation, edema, mucopurulent exudate in uterus

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. septicemia -> attachment to vascular endothelial cells -> platelet aggregation -> coagulation -> thrombosis
  2. gram negative rods
  3. yes the reduce morbidity, mortality
    (vaccinate only if there is a problem)
  4. Yes, bacterins reduce mortality (they don't prevent the dz or decrease severity)
  5. Oxytetracycline - early treatment important

5 True/False questions

  1. What are signs of A. pleuropneumoniafever, bleeding from nose, mouth (necrotizing vasculitis in lung) ->hemorrhage

          

  2. What happens to young pigs that get A. pleuropneumoniasepticemia kills fetus

          

  3. How do you diagnose H. somniculture blood, brain, spleen, liver, fetal stomach contents, placenta, prepuce washing from untreated cases on BA under 10% CO2

          

  4. How do you treat CEMintrauterine 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

          

  5. How do you treat A. pleuropneumoniaeAbx
    Early treatment: Tiamulin; reduces mortality but carriers remain