B. bovis: 1 % of
total RBC infected and animal show clinical signs.
B. bigemnia: 10 %
of total RBCs infected (more dangerous damage) then animal shows
signs; Damage occurs in less time.
of RBCs from spleen, hemoglobinurea is more pronounced in this
case. Hemoglobin is
free and come in urine via filtration through kidney
case of pregnant animal
nervous signs due to hypoxic injury to brain.
problematic condition is DLC (disseminated intravascular
History, clinical examination, Blood examination, PCR, ELISA, CFT,
Imidocarb dipropionate subcutaneously 1-3 mg/kg body weight. It is
dangerous so you have to keep emergency measures. Allergic reaction
may occur so steroids are used. It is preferable to use steroid 5-10
minute before injecting immidocarb.
Cold therapy to
lower the temperature otherwise at high temperature these drugs may
therapy: Fluid, blood transfusion (heparanized blood @ 7 ml per Kg),
vitamins mainly B-complex.
ticks, mosquitoes, and flies. Avoid contaminated instruments.
it is a type of artificial immunity may be established by means
of inoculation of young cattle with infected blood, which also
results in a mild form of babeisiasis.
pet birds they are good pickers of ticks.
cracks and crevices