Case Report - Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4
Title of the mixed: Parasitic infection in sheep.
Haemonchus is one of the GIT parasites which are known with blood sucking and rescuing of the sheep life. It is the highly pathogenic parasites in livestock particularly in small ruminants like of Fasciolosis and Trichostrongylus spp are reported. A 1 year old, Ram of 40 Kg was admitted to VTH of AAU-CVMA with history of weight loss, off-feeding, depression, coughing after a week, free grazer, and also feed on frushika and injera as additional balanced diet for last one year. Clinical examination loss of appetite and no, regurgitation at all, coughing and rales sound of lung was heard, oedema and weight loss, dullness, unable to move with flock, temperature 41°C, pulse 92 beats/minute, respiration 58 beats/minute, pale mucous membrane, oculonasal discharges, tentative diagnosis of: Pneumonic Pastuerellosis, and Mobile app (EDDiE): aided- 30.31% Lung worms, 25.13% Orf and 15.17% both blood and faecal samples were collected and processed in accordance and faecal shows embryonated strongylosis egg positive and blood nule. Treatment provided based on history and app indications Oxyttc 10% 1 ml/kg bwt for 3 days and Albendazole 7.5 mg/kg bwt of 300 mg po stat pooled prevalence estimates and assesses potential predictors of the parasitic infections in small ruminants, i.e. helpful in planning interventions or control strategies with rotational grazing and planned deworming beside to Vaccination.Author(s): Berhanu Bidu*, Berhanu Wakjira, Takele Beyene, Teshale Sori, Sayali Warde