Epidemiology Of Gastrointestinal Parasites
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A study conducted to investigate the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites from different groups of animals in Lal Suhanra national park, zoo, slaughter house and various livestock farms. Total of 125 faecal samples were collected randomly.44.8% were infected with gastrointestinal parasites and 55.2% were non -infected. The study revealed that 9.6% overall prevalence with Capillaria spp having the highest value in the animals. Prevalence of other species like Gastrodiscus aegyptiacus (8.8%), Choanotaenia spp (1.6%), Enterobiasis (4.8%), Dictyocaulus arnfield (1.8%), Echinostoma spp (6.4%), Prothogonimus spp (0.8%), Habronema spp (1.6%) strongyloides papillosus (1.6) Trichostrongylus axei (0.8%), strongyloides westeri (0.8), E.bovis (3.2%), E.auburnesis (3.2%) were observed from study. It has been found that routine monitoring, proper management, implementation of preventive and control measures reduces maximum infectious parasitic disease in animals or humans. This study will be helpful and educate researchers to make strategies to control and prevent animals from infectious diseases.
Autor Nuzhat Sial
Größe 220 x 150 x 3 mm
Produktgewicht 96 g