2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352010000200002
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Hemograma e perfil bioquímico sérico, inclusive hemogasométrico, de bezerros infectados experimentalmente com Salmonella Dublin

Abstract: O objetivo do estudo foi avaliar o hemograma e o perfil bioquímico sérico, inclusive hemogasométrico, de bezerros infectados experimentalmente com Salmonella Dublin. Foram utilizados 12 bezerros sadios da raça Holandesa com 10 a 15 dias de idade, distribuídos aleatoriamente em dois grupos experimentais: grupo-controle (n= 6) e grupo infectado com 10(8)UFC de Salmonella Dublin (n=6). Os bezerros foram submetidos ao exame físico diário, e as amostras de sangue foram coletadas minutos antes da inoculação (0h) e 2… Show more

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“…Affected animals with salmonellosis show high fever between 40.5 and 42 °C (Wray and Davies 2000), but the curves of temperature may vary according to the model used, because in general, Salmonella infections present a variety of clinical manifestations depending on age of the animal, serotype and pathogen dose (Sarwari et al 2001). In this study, high fever became apparent soon after the administration of the pathogen, only 12 h post infection (figure 1) in contrast with other studies that observed a slower response, which led the animals to manifest fever among 24 and 72 h post infection (Paulin et al 2002, Silva et al 2010.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 90%
“…Affected animals with salmonellosis show high fever between 40.5 and 42 °C (Wray and Davies 2000), but the curves of temperature may vary according to the model used, because in general, Salmonella infections present a variety of clinical manifestations depending on age of the animal, serotype and pathogen dose (Sarwari et al 2001). In this study, high fever became apparent soon after the administration of the pathogen, only 12 h post infection (figure 1) in contrast with other studies that observed a slower response, which led the animals to manifest fever among 24 and 72 h post infection (Paulin et al 2002, Silva et al 2010.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 90%
“…means were within the normal range (48 to 60mmHg) reported by Lisbôa et al (2002) in healthy bovine calves and buffalo calves by Silva et al (2010).…”
Section: Maintenance Enteral…supporting
confidence: 66%
“…Affected animals with salmonellosis show high fever between 40.5 and 42 °C (Wray and Davies 2000), but the curves of temperature may vary according to the model used, because in general, Salmonella infections present a variety of clinical manifestations depending on age of the animal, serotype and pathogen dose (Sarwari et al, 2001). In this study, high fever became apparent soon after the administration of the pathogen, only 12 h post infection (figure 1) in contrast with other studies that observed a slower response, which led the animals to manifest fever among 24 and 72 h post infection (Paulin et al 2002, Silva et al 2010.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 57%