Handbook of Veterinary Preventive Medicine

by Sofi, Omer Mohi-u-din & Tanveer Ahmad Sofi

ISBN: 9789354611070
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Imprint : Daya Publishing House
Year : 2023
Price : Rs. 15495.00
Biblio : xxvi+414

Author Profile

Dr. Omer Mohi-u-din Sofi, obtained his BV. Sc. and AH from SK University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Shuhama, Aluestang Srinagar. He done his M.V.Sc. in Parasitology from G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, Uttrakhand. He published more than 10 research papers in various International and National journals of repute in addition to attended various International, National and State conferences. Dr. Tanveer Ahmad Sofi, obtained his M. Sc. Zoology from University of Kashmir, Srinagar, completed his M. Phil. with “Outstanding” Grades and his Ph.D. from University of Kashmir, Srinagar. He has edited two Souvenir and Abstracts and published more than 30 research papers in various International Journals, in addition to having attended Various International conferences, National and State Conferences. Dr. Tanveer worked as Contractual in Govt. Degree College Sumbal, Sonawari as Assistant Professor in the Department of Zoology. Dr. Tanveer is presently working in JK Sainik School, Manasbal as TGT Biology.

About The Book

This invaluable book Handbook of Veterinary Preventive Medicine has been written to full fill the commitment of veterinarian involved in the field practice as well as undergraduate veterinary students. This book accompanying description of aetiology, pathogenesis, clinical sign, diagnosis, clinical pathology and treatment with control of most prevalent animal diseases. A vital question 'What is that a veterinarian cannot involve in full veterinary practice after completion of his graduation' he/she struggling competition with paraprofessional or either cannot fulfill the expectation of farmers ? Emphasis has been given on clinical pathology, and include recent information on clinical case in each chapter and will be very useful to diagnose and treatment of animal in field condition. Veterinary science in India is touching new heights in term of quality education, innovative research and increase commercial livestock production, but professional veterinary practice is quite insufficient. This book is also written in a manner which will serve those professional needs.

Table of Contents

Foreword v Preface vii Introduction xiii 1. Viral Diseases 1 1.1. African Horse Sickness (AHS) 1.2. African Swine Fever (ASF) 1.3. Classical Swine Fever (CSF) 1.4. Aujeskey Disease 1.5. Avian Encephalomyelitis (AE) 1.6. Avian Leukosis 1.7. Blue Tongue (BT) 1.8. Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) 1.9. Canine Distemper 1.10. Canine Parvo Viral Infection (CPV) 1.11. Bovine Epihemeral Fever (BEF) 1.12. Equine Infectious Anaemia (EIA) 1.13. Equine Influenza 1.14. Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) 1.15. Fowl Pox 1.16. Goat Pox 1.17. Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) 1.18. Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) 1.19. Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis 1.20. Inclusion Body Hepatitis (IBH)/Hydropericardium Syndrome 1.21. Infectious Bronchitis 1.22. Infectious Canine Hepatitis 1.23. Infectious Laryngotracheitis (ILT) 1.24. Malignant Catarrhal Fever (MCF) 1.25. Mareks Disease (MD) 1.26. New Castle Disease 1.27. Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) 1.28. Rabies 1.29. Rift Valley Fever 1.30. Rinderpest 1.31. Sheep Pox 1.32. Swine Vesicular Disease 1.33. Vesicular Stomatitis 2. Bacterial Diseases 103 2.1. Fowl Cholera 2.2. Actinobacillosis 2.3. Actinomycosis 2.4. Anthrax 2.5. Botulism 2.6. Brucellosis 2.7. Campylobacteriosis 2.8. Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBP) 2.9. Contagious Caprine Pleuroneumonia (CCP) 2.10. Fowl Typhoid 2.11. Glanders 2.12. Listeriosis 2.13. Paratuberculosis 2.14. Pullorum Disease 2.15. Q-Fever 2.16. Salmonellosis 2.17. Strangles 2.18. Tetanus 2.19. Tuberculosis 2.20. Clamydiosis 2.21. Collibacillosis 2.22. Dermatophilosis 2.23. Enterotoxaemia – Type A 2.24. Enterotoxaemia – Type B 2.25. Enterotoxaemia – Type C 2.26. Enterotoxaemia – Type D 2.27. Leptospirosis 2.28. Mastits 2.29. Ulcerative Lymphangitis 3. Fungal Disease 225 3.1. Aspergillosis 3.2. Candidiasis 3.3. Histoplasmosis 3.4. Aflatoxicosis 3.5. Oomycosis 3.6. Blastomycosis 3.7. Coccidioidomycosis 3.8. Cryptococcosis 3.9. Epizootic Lymphangitis 3.10. Hyalohyphomycosis 3.11. Mycetomas 3.12. Penicilliosis 3.13. Phaeohyphomycosis 3.14. Rhinosporidiosis 3.15. Sporotrichosis 3.16. Zygomycosis 4. Rickettisial Disease 257 4.1. Anaplasmosis 4.2. Ehirlichiosis 4.3. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (Rickettsia rickettsii infection) 4.4. Murine Typhus (Rickettsia typhi infection, R. felis infection) 4.5. Salmon Poisoning Disease and Elokomin Fluke Fever (Neorickettsia spp. infection) 5. Parasitic Diseases 269 5.1. Amphistomiasis 5.2. Anchylostomatidae 5.3. Ascariasis 5.4. Babesiosis 5.5. Coccidiosis 5.6. Ceonorosis 5.7. Echinococcosis 5.8. Fasioliasis (Liver fluke disease or liver rot) 5.9. Leishmaniosis 5.10. Nematodirus 5.11. Parascaris 5.12. Schistosomiasis 5.13. Strongylidae 5.14. Strongylideaea 5.15. Tape Worm Infection 5.16. Theleriosis 5.17. Toxocariasis 5.18. Tricomoniasis 5.19. Tricostrongylidae 5.20. Trypanosomosis Annexure 387 References 405 Index 411