CLINICAL AND PARACLINICAL STUDIES IN ENZOOTIC PNEUMONIA IN INDUSTRIAL SWINE-BREEDING OF BULGARIA

Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LX (1)
Written by Roman PEPOVICH, Branimir NIKOLOV, Kalin HRISTOV, Krasimira GENOVA, Tandju MEHMEDOV

Two licensed industrial pig farms from different regions of Bulgaria, with laboratory confirmed enzootic pneumonia had clinical and hematological studies. In the study farms the disease occurs in acute and subclinical form. According to the severity of clinical signs studied pigs were grouped into treatment groups. Of all pigs in the group were taken into sterile blood samples for paraclinical study. The results showed changes in red blood cell (eritropeniya, hemoglobinopeniya and decrease in hematocrit) in the white blood cell count (leukopenia, lymphopenia and eozinofilopeniya) and biochemical parameters (hypoproteinaemia, hypoalbuminaemia and hyperglycaemia) of experimental pigs.

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Pepovich R., Nikolov B., Hristov K., Genova K., Mehmedov T. 2014, CLINICAL AND PARACLINICAL STUDIES IN ENZOOTIC PNEUMONIA IN INDUSTRIAL SWINE-BREEDING OF BULGARIA. Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LX (1), ISSN 2065-1295, 85-88.


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