2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352007000300010 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: RESUMODeterminou-se, por meio de um sistema de monitoramento de suínos em fase de crescimento e em matadouro, a presença de patologias como indicadoras de problemas na população de referência. O estudo foi realizado em uma criação intensiva de ciclo completo, durante nove semanas. Foram determinadas as prevalências dos diagnósticos clínico-patológicos obtidos durante um período de nove semanas. Utilizaram-se cinco grupos de 43 leitões, com pesos de até 19kg, considerados de baixa performance. Estimaram-se, por… Show more

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“…colitis are important worldwide distributed conditions in growing-finishing pigs with similar clinical and pathological features (Jacobson et al 2003, Suh & Song 2005, Kich et al 2011, Viott et al 2013, Burrough 2016). These conditions represented 10.5% of the diagnoses in the present study, which are unequal to previous results of 31.7% and 15.4% in South Korea and Argentina, respectively (Suh & Song 2005, Pelliza et al 2007. Lawsonia spp.…”
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“…colitis are important worldwide distributed conditions in growing-finishing pigs with similar clinical and pathological features (Jacobson et al 2003, Suh & Song 2005, Kich et al 2011, Viott et al 2013, Burrough 2016). These conditions represented 10.5% of the diagnoses in the present study, which are unequal to previous results of 31.7% and 15.4% in South Korea and Argentina, respectively (Suh & Song 2005, Pelliza et al 2007. Lawsonia spp.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
“…Swine ID affecting growing-finishing pigs accounted for 75.6% of the cases diagnosed in general, which is slightly above the data reported previously by Brum et al (2013) in Brazil (68.1%) and below the data reported by Pelliza et al (2007) and Tateyama et al (2000), with 77.2% and 90% in Argentina and Philippines, respectively. The highest number of ID in the present study may have been influenced by the type of samples analyzed, since this investigation was conducted with fixed samples submitted to a pathology laboratory.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
“…Os principais estudos sobre doenças de suínos são geralmente específicos e focados em determinada categoria da espécie ou em um modo de criação, e cada categoria apresenta doenças extremamente específicas (Abrahão et al 2004, Koketsu et al 2006, Pelliza et al 2007, Sasaki & Koketsu 2008. As maiores taxas de mortalidade ocorrem em leitões pré-desmame (Abrahão et al 2004, Koketsu et al 2006.…”
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“…Na creche as doenças estão relacionadas sobretudo com a precocidade do desmame e qualidade ambiental e nutricional (Sobestiansky et al, 2012). Salmonelose, infecções por Streptococcus suis, Haemophilus parasuis, Actinobacillus suis e Circovírus suíno tipo 2, foram determinadas de acordo com Pelliza (2007), como as principais doenças diagnosticadas em animais de terminação. Em cachaços a enfermidade mais comum observada é a laminite, porém esses animais são normalmente descartados por falhas reprodutivas e idade avançada (Koketsu et al, 2009, citado por Brum, 2013.…”
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