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This book aims at providing an updated overview on the most frequent pathogens responsible for Porcine Respiratory Disease Complex (PRDC), viruses and bacteria, acting in association and mainly potentiating their anatomical and functional effects and worsening the clinical outcome and economic impact. The authors, prestigious and rewarded experts with a wide experience in respiratory diseases in pigs, have focused their efforts on preparing chapters that illustrate the latest information and data on the treated topics, while making them as readable as possible. The book inspires to facilitate comprehension and educational enrichment to the preparation of a well-designed, practical approach.
Good transfer of passive immunity from sows to piglets is crucial to ensure piglet survival on pig farms. This book is intended to help veterinary practitioners work towards this goal, and includes a review of the basics of immunology and vaccination, as well as comprehensive chapters on the immunisation programmes used in sows and on the transfer of passive immunity from sows to piglets.
After providing a comprehensive review of the fundamental aspects of farrowing (physiology, facilities, organisation, etc.) in the first volume, in this second volume the authors focus on the next phase, lactation. From the technical and physiological aspects that affect both the mother and the piglet, to production targets, feeding, health programmes on the farm or personnel management. These are topics that will undoubtedly be helpful in the daily practice of professional veterinary surgeons. As in the previous volume, the authors have achieved a very practical book with rigorous contents, based on their experience and technical literature, accompanied by a large amount of visual material to complement the information given.
This guide is a visual and practical explanation of what should happen from the moment when you receive the semen from the artificial insemination centre, until the moment when the sow is inseminated, with a focus on the use of refrigerated semen: conservation and management of seminal doses, oestrus detection, identification of the best time for insemination, insemination methods, and hormonal control of oestrus and ovulation.
Visual guide to the recognition, description and interpretation of lesions of the digestive apparatus of pigs. Integrates macroscopic and microscopic findings associated with lesions that develop during the course of various pathological processes. Brief descriptions of the main anatomopathological features of each image are provided, which is essential for proper understanding of the disease process, diagnosis and underlying causes.
In this book on practical antibiotherapy in swine medicine, the author has tried to present, in a visual and practical way and with an updated view, the most important aspects a veterinary clinician should take into account to design appropriate antimicrobial treatments in swine herds. Thus, in this work, current pharmacological knowledge is reviewed with the help of real clinical cases solved by the author. Finally, it includes a comprehensive review of what a prudent use of these essential tools to ensure our animals’ health means.
This book offers essential information about how to obtain samples for routine clinical and pathological investigations veterinarians habitually follow in pig farms. In addition, a complete and easy-to-perform necropsy procedure is shown. Picture galleries illustrate these procedures in a very easy way to follow. The guide also contains a set of pictures representing the main pathologies veterinarians can find in their practice. The guide is very visual and literature is reduced in order to facilitate the use of the book. This design, together with the book format and binding makes this guide very easy to use in practice by veterinarians and farm workers.
In this book we first propose the correct way to make a quick and complete necropsy which reveals the different organs and structures, offering a technique that can provide us with as much information as possible. Secondly, and directly connected with the necropsy process and maintaining both the orders and the observation plane, we show a significant number of lesions with their respective interpretations and possible relationships with one or more diseases.