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Symptoms And Prevention of Swine Porcine Chlamydiosis Virus

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Symptoms And Prevention of Swine Porcine Chlamydiosis Virus

Update Time:2023/9/8
Swine Porcine Chlamydiosis Virus is also a relatively common disease in the breeding process, and today Taeing is taking you to understand what Swine Porcine Chlamydiosis Virus is: Swine Porcine Chlamydiosis Virus is a chronic contagious disease caused by certain strains of chlamydia psis (formerly known as chlamydia psis), also known as epidemic abortion, chlamydia in pigs, and it is also bringing relatively large losses to farmers.
The Main Symptoms:

1.The incubation period of the disease varies from a few days to several weeks or even months.

2. Infection of pregnant sows can cause premature birth, stillbirth, abortion, fetal impotence, infertility and birth of weak or mummified fetuses.

3. Some or all of the piglets died, the live piglets were weak, the birth weight was small, and the milk was weak, most of them died a few hours after birth to 1-2 days, and the mortality rate was sometimes as high as 70%.

4. Piglets will also show increased body temperature, appetite, depression, cough, panting, diarrhea, lameness, joint enlargement, and some may have neurological symptoms.
Preventive Treatment Measures:

1. The introduction of breeding pigs should be strictly quarantined and monitored. The ISENVO Swine Porcine Chlamydiosis Virus Animal Rapid Test Kit is very convenient and fast for testing breeding pigs. Positive breeding farms should limit and prohibit the export of breeding pigs.

2. Do a good job of environmental hygiene and disinfection of pig farms.

3. Avoid contact between healthy pigs and sick pigs, infected pigs and other susceptible mammals.

4. Drug treatment: tetracycline is the preferred drug, and it can also be used as aureomycin, oxytetracycline, erythromycin, spiramycin, ofloxacin, etc. For newborn piglets, 1% oxytetracycline can be injected intramuscularly, 1 ml per kg of body weight, once a day for 5 days. When piglets are weaned or sick, 5% oxytetracycline solution containing 5% glucose is injected, 1 ml per kg of body weight, for 5 days.