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Retrospective Study of PPR Disease Occurrence in South West Ethiopia Regional state from 2018 to 2022

by Dawit Dejene Reta

Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences. 2024; 2 (3): 118-124 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRVS.20231122062041

ABSTRACT: Aim & Background: Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) is a notifiable, highly contagious viral transboundary disease of sheep and goats. In Ethiopia, the disease was clinically suspected to be present in 1977 and was confirmed late in 1991. Methods: A retrospective study was conducted for describing PPR disease outbreak, related risk factors, and for assessment of PPR vaccination conducted in sheep and goats from January 2018 to December 2022 in South West Ethiopia People Regional State. Monthly disease outbreak and vaccination activity report data of all districts of the [...]   Read more

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Assessment of Animal Health Surveillance Data Quality Audit. The Case Study in Meta District, Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia.

by Kedir Yusuf Musa,

Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences. 2024; 2 (3): 109-117 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRVS.20230903104752

ABSTRACT: Data quality audits help ensure that the data collected through animal health surveillance systems is accurate and reliable. This is essential for making informed decisions about disease control and prevention strategies. It’s also important to monitor, determine and describe the monthly data quality audit and related gaps as well as to generate recommendations. The monthly data quality audit was conducted in the Oromia regional state in Meta woreda from June 2023 to July 2023, Ethiopia. From the total 78 DOVAR format which are expected to be sent every month in [...]   Read more

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Time-course of interleukin-10 in dogs with cutaneous wounds

by Daniel Onimisi Avazi, Augustine Cheh Awasum, Adamu Zoaka Hassan,

Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences. 2024; 2 (3): 103-108 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRVS.20240304074037

ABSTRACT: Aim: The study explores the time-course of serum and wound fluids, interleukin (IL)-10 in dogs with cutaneous wounds and their relationship with some haematologic parameters. Methods: The study comprised two groups of adult apparently healthy male and female dogs. The control (n = 6) dogs were intact (wound free) while the experimental (n = 6) dogs had surgically induced cutaneous wounds on the mid-lateral aspect of the right antebrachium. Whole blood, harvested serum and wound fluids samples, pre- and sequentially over 324 hours post-surgery, were utilised for Leucogram evaluation and Interleukin [...]   Read more

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Surgical Management of Granuloma in a 5-Year-Old Uda Ewe

by Daniel Onimisi Avazi, George Yilzem Gurumyen, Paul Ilya Sambo, Happiness Ogeye Alo-aleje, Sunday Akau Hena

Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences. 2024; 2 (2): 98-102 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRVS.20240225074136

ABSTRACT: Granuloma is a well-known inflammatory condition in veterinary and human medicine. It is a chronic inflammatory reaction triggered by a wide variety of persistent agents, characterized by the recruitment and activation of macrophages, occasionally presenting areas of central necrosis. The aim of the present report is to provide information regarding the manifestation, cytology, histology and management of granuloma in sheep. A five-year-old Uda ewe was presented to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, University of Jos in September, 2023, with a large mass around the neck, extending towards the jugular furrow. Following [...]   Read more

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Complexities of Oral Health Management among Autism Patients: Strategies for Multidisciplinary Collaboration

by Aram George Shatara, Cezar Edward Lahham,

Journal of Medical Research and Reviews. 2024; 2 (2): 56-59 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JMRR.20240228082455

ABSTRACT: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) presents intricate challenges in managing oral and dental health, necessitating a comprehensive understanding of its diverse manifestations and associated difficulties. Despite the absence of specific oral peculiarities directly linked to ASD, individuals diagnosed with ASD often experience poorer oral health outcomes compared to the general population. Factors such as sensory sensitivities, communication barriers, and behavioral challenges contribute to difficulties in maintaining optimal oral hygiene, resulting in a higher prevalence of teeth decay. Furthermore, children with ASD exhibit unique challenges during dental visits, including sensory aversions, communication [...]   Read more

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Unlocking the pathological pathway in urinary tract infection-induced brain fog: A literature review

by Youssef Kteich, Hadi Ftouni, Hiba Hamdar, Shady Sapoor,

Journal of Medical Research and Reviews. 2024; 2 (2): 49-55 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JMRR.20240305101602

ABSTRACT: Brain fog is a common and bothersome symptom caused by urinary tract infections. Along with other symptoms like delirium, memory issues, confusion, and disorientation, this cognitive impairment may include trouble thinking clearly. Sudden confusion or delirium can be brought on by urinary tract infections, especially in elderly or dementia patients. It is hypothesized that urinary tract infections affect hippocampal neurogenesis and other aspects of brain homeostasis, which may be linked to their effects on cognitive function. Moreover, mental anguish and confusion are linked to urinary tract infections, though not all [...]   Read more

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Alternatives to Remdesivir: Drug repurposing for inhibition of SARS-CoV2 RNA dependent RNA polymerase

by Kumar Sharp,

Journal of Pharmacological and Pharmaceutical Research. 2024; 1 (1): 32-43 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JPPR.20240402024133

ABSTRACT: Background & Objectives: Even after more than a year of the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic, a specific treatment for the disease has not been discovered. Vaccination programmes are being rolled out as the fastest pace possible but achievement of herd immunity will take time. Many drugs like favipiravir, remdesivir and tocilizumab are being used for the treatment of this disease but reports published by the World Health Organization and the New England Journal of Medicine shows that they do not produce any significant clinical results. In this study, by molecular [...]   Read more

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Re-emerging Disease: Detection and Laboratory Diagnosis of Monkeypox (Mpox) virus -A narrative review

by Kannan Subbaram, Sheeza Ali, Zeba Un Naher, Razana Faiz, Aminath Huda, Punya Laxmi Manandhar, Sina Salajegheh Tazerji, Phelipe Magalhães Duarte

Journal of Basic and Clinical Microbiology. 2024; 1 (1): 19-24 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JBCM.20240301114315

ABSTRACT: Background: Recently, monkeypox virus (Mpox) infections have been reported from many parts of the world. Mpox can be transmitted through, contact with patients, fomites, sexual contact, infected animals and during pregnancy. Complications of Mpox include encephalitis, pneumonia and ocular infections. Rapid diagnosis is very important for identification of the virus and treatment. Aim: This article is aimed to bring the new knowledge on the laboratory diagnosis of monkeypox. This report deals with sample collection, sample transport and different laboratory techniques available for the diagnosis. Methods: Thorough review of literature was [...]   Read more

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