Omega-3 polysaturate fatty is found only in fish meat which is protective against cardiovascular and coraonary heart disease When illness does occur, about 80-90% of episodes are of mild or moderate severity and are difficult to distinguish clinically from other types of acute diarrhea. Less than 20% of ill persons develop typical cholera with signs of moderate or severe dehydration.
A healthy person may become hypotensive within an hour of the onset of symptoms and may die within 2-3 hours if no treatment is provided. More commonly, the disease progresses from the first liquid stool to shock in 4-12 hours, with death following in 18 hours to several days.
Vibrio anguillarum infection in the spleen of rainbow trout (toluidine blue, HP) Vibrio anguillarum infection with necrotic focus within the liver of a rainbow trout (toluidine blue, MP)
Vaccines:- 1. AquaVac Vibrioa. Tradename: AquaVac Vibrio b. Manufacturer: Schering-Plough Animal Health c. Vaccine Ontology ID: VO_0001071 d. Type: Inactivated or &quot;killed&quot; vaccine e. Status: Licensed f. Host Species for Licensed Use: Fish g. Immunization Route Oral
I have to know A & B subunit and their mechanism of action along with their toxins
Cholera Vaccine (Injection Route) Cholera vaccine given by injection may help prevent cholera, but provides only 25 to 50% protection. Therefore, it is very important to avoid infected persons and food and water that may be infected, even if you have received the vaccine. Cholera vaccine is to be administered only by or under the supervision of a doctor. Drug Information provided by: Micromedex
FISH BORNE ZOONOTIC DISEASES Department of Veterinary Pathology Post Graduate Institute of Veterinary & Animal Sciences Presented By: P.L. Lalruatfela En. No.:- V/10/167 Course No.:- VPP- 691 Course Teacher: Dr.V.P. Pathak
Fish borne zoonotic diseases means those diseases which are transmitted directly by consuming raw and improperly cooked fish meat or Indirectly via contaminated water from the surroundings of infected fish
Cholera is one of the most important disease which is transmitted from fish
Antibiotic Administration Dose (children) mg/kg Dose (adults) mg 1 st choice Tetracycline Doxycycline QID x 3 days One single dose 12.5 6 500 300 2 nd choice Erythromycin Furazolidione QID x 3 days(adults) BD x 3 days QID x 3 days 10 1.25 250 100
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