Health & disease

2007 International PRRS Symposium: Impact of Modified Live PRRS Virus Vaccination For Control of PRRS in Nursery Pigs

From the 2007 International PRRS Symposium: Impact of Modified Live PRRS Virus Vaccination For Control of PRRS in Nursery Pigs, by Dr. Reid Phillips.

SwineCast 0258 for December 4 2007

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SwineCast 0257 for November 30 2007

SwineCast 0257 Show Notes:

2007 Leman Conference: Dr. Edgar Diaz, CircoFLEX Summit Report

CircoFLEX Summit Report, 2007 Leman Conference

2007 Leman Conference: John Kolb, Study on adverse reactions following circovirus vaccine injections

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2007 Leman Conference: John Kolb, Ingelvac CircoFLEX commercial system comparative efficacy

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2007 Leman Conference: Francois Cardinal, finishing mortality in a system using different PCV2 vaccination protocols.

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WPX2007: Dr. Tom Gillespie discusses PRRS management and its impact on porcine PCVAD.

Dr. Tom Gillespie, veterinarian with Rensselaer Swine Services in Rensselaer, Ind., and past president of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians, discusses porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome (PRRS) management and its impact on porcine circovirus associated disease (PCVAD).

WPX2007: John Kolb, DVM talks the Monitoring Assignment for Global Insight of Circovirus (MAGIC) study



According to John Kolb, DVM, professional services veterinarian for BIVI, the Monitoring Assignment for Global Insight of Circovirus (MAGIC) study provided a unique opportunity to extensively examine the gross clinical effects of PCVAD on pigs during the periods of peak mortality within the participating production system. “More importantly, the clinical animals with concurrent disease infections generally had more PCV2 antigen and lesions associated with concurrent disease process than those with non-concurrent infections.”
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