Glossary of HD1
Created by icyred
- What is the number one thing you need to do to your animal if you want them to function to their highest ability?
- Feed- nutrition is number one priority
- What is the key to controlling disease?
- Animals only fight when...
- Least tolerant species?
- Most tolerant species?
- What does \"disease\" mean?
- animal not at ease
- Non infectious causes of disease?
- Infectious causes of disease
- Common Symptoms
Inflammation of gland
- Four benefits of a moderate fever:
Chemical reactions increase
- Diurnal variation
- Normal daily variation in body temp due to eating, resting, sleeping
- The capacity of an organism to withstand the effects of a harmful environemnt
- The body\'s reaction to disease depends on its:
- Resistance is primarily influenced by the animal\'s:
- physical condition
- The physical condition of the animal will determine the animal\'s ___________ to fight disease
- inherent ability
- animal\'s inability to fight disease.
Young, old, compromised
- Primary defenses:
- Skin, Mucous membranes, antibodies, phagocytes.
- Bacteria will flourish in what conditions?
- Virus is latin for...
- cause damage to skin
- Damages respiratory cells
- attacks nervous system
- released when cell dies and disintigrates
- Secreted out of living cell
- Stages of Microbial Growth
- 1. Lag phase
2. Exponential growth
3. Stationary/Log phase
4. Death/decline phase
- Active immunity is acquired in what two ways?
- 1. Natural immunity
2. Acquired immunity
- Examples of Natural immunity
- Natural exposure
- Examples of acquired immunity
- Proteins in the blood, produced by the body in response to specific antigens
- Where are antibodies developed?
- B cells
- Bind to antigen and prevent from doing damage
- T cells
- Develop into two populations:
Effecter T cells (release toxic factors to prevent antigen from functioning)
- Lining of abdominal cavity
- Symptoms common to digestive diseases
Inability to chew/swallow
Abnormal milk production
- Foot and Mouth Disease
- Contagious Ovine Ecthyma
- Sore Mouth
Direct contact with vectors
Die from not eating
Pathogenic for years
Live vaccine from scabs
- Blue Tongue
- Catarrhal fever
Inflammation of mucous membrane
Resistant to dessication
Get rid of gnats/vectors
- Ulcerative Dermatitis
- Viral infection of sheep
Spreads by genitals/copulation
No treatment recommended unless needed to breed
- Oral Necrobacillosis
- Calf diphtheria
Bacteria in soil/manure
Open mouth breathing
Treat with sulfonamides
Prevent with vaccine and sanitation
- Lumpy Jaw
Ostitis of bones
Iodine guaze packets and surgery to treat
- Traumatic Reticulitis
- Hardware disease
Ingestion of metals that penetrate abdominal wall
Refusal to move
Prevent with magnets and Management
- Acidosis in horses
Rapid shallow breathing
Rotation of coffin bone
Prevent with management and salt in diet
Treat with fluids to counteract, NSAIDS
- Displaced Abomasum
- DA right or left
Fills with gas and elevates/twists
A low fiber high carb ration
Drop in rumen pH
reduced fecal volume
Prevent with management, more fiber
Treat with rolling,l surgery
- Bovine Viral Diarrhea
Calf never recognizes if early catch, PI/Carriers
Transmission through direct contact
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