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  1. A multidisciplinary approach to determine factors associated with calf rearing practices and calf mortality in dairy herds

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 117(2):375 (2014)

    In the Netherlands, an increase in ear-tagged calf mortality (3 days to 1 year of age) in dairy farms was observed. The aim was to determine why calf mortality increased and how to reduce calf mortality in herds with structural high rates. A multi-disciplinary approach was chosen...
  2. Estimation of flock/herd-level true Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis prevalence on sheep, beef cattle and deer farms in New Z...

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 117(3-4):447 (2014)

    • MAP infection is widely spread in New Zealand with a high national herd level true prevalence (HTP). • At national level, HTP of 76, 46 and 42% was estimated for she...
  3. Risk factors for occupational brucellosis among veterinary personnel in Turkey

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 117(1):52 (2014)

    We described the risk factors of occupational brucellosis among veterinary personnel in Turkey. A multicenter retrospective survey was performed among veterinary personnel who were actively working in the field. Of 712 veterinary personnel, 84 (11.8%) had occupational brucellosis. The median number...
  4. Spatio-temporal epidemiology of highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N1) outbreaks in Nigeria, 2006-2008.

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 103(2-3):170 (2012) PMID 22079423

    We described the spatio-temporal patterns of the HPAI H5N1 outbreaks in Nigeria. Data of suspected and laboratory confirmed outbreaks maintained at the National Veterinary Research Institute Vom was analyzed using descriptive and exploratory analyses, GIS mapping, global and local spatial statistica...
  5. Estimation of sensitivity, specificity and predictive values of two serologic tests for the detection of antibodies against Actinobacillus p...

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 51(3-4):227 (2001) PMID 11535282

    Latent-class models were used to determine the sensitivity, specificity and predictive values of a polyclonal blocking enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and a modified complement-fixation test (CFT) when there was no reference test. The tests were used for detection of antibodies against Act...
  6. Establishment and maintenance of a longitudinal study of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (the ULiSES scheme).

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 51(3-4):245 (2001) PMID 11535283

    This paper addresses the issues of tracing and compliance encountered in setting up and maintaining a UK-wide 5-year observational study of beef cattle. The 5-year prospective study was initiated in 1997 to investigate the occurrence of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in a single herd of pedi...
  7. Participatory diagnosis of a chronic wasting disease in cattle in southern Sudan.

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 51(3-4):161 (2001) PMID 11535278

    In southern Sudan, livestock keepers identified a chronic wasting disease in adult cattle as one of their most-serious animal-health problems. Participatory-appraisal (PA) methods and conventional veterinary-investigation methods were used to characterise the chronic wasting disease and identify lin...
  8. The reproductive performance of sows raised by smallholder farmers in the Philippines.

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 41(2-3):171 (1999) PMID 10448944

    We conducted a cross-sectional study at two sites in the Philippines to obtain baseline information about the reproductive performance of smallholder sows, and to identify important constraints and opportunities for smallholder pig raisers. Using an interview-based questionnaire, we collected data a...
  9. From 'ecopathology' to 'agroecosystem health'.

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 39(2):111 (1999) PMID 10223315

    The 'epidemiologic revolution' of the 1960s arose in response to the inability of reductionist methods to provide practical solutions to the complex problems of health and production in livestock systems. In a farm, there are not only interactions between animal factors and herd husbandry factors su...
  10. A Cox proportional-hazards model with time-dependent covariates to evaluate the relationship between body-condition score and the risks of f...

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 37(1-4):159 (1998) PMID 9879589

    The objective of this study was to determine the relationship between body-condition score and postpartum reproductive efficiency in dairy cattle. Data on body-condition score, reproduction, diseases, and production from 1404 lactations of 639 cows, calving between January 1984 and November 1996 on...