A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF COMMON DISEASES AT VETERINARY TEACHING HOSPITAL, BANGLADESH AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, MYMENSINGH

Authors

  • YA Sarker Bangladesh Agricultural University
  • AH Miah
  • N Sharif
  • MH Himel
  • S Islam
  • RC Ray
  • TK Paul
  • MT Islam
  • MH Sikder

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3329/bjvm.v13i2.26629

Keywords:

Retrospective study, epidemiology, prevalence, veterinary teaching hospital

Abstract

A retrospective study was undertaken to determine the occurrence and distribution of diseases based on species, age, sex, system affected, case type, causal agents and season variation at Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Bangladesh Agricultural University from January 2012 to December 2014. According to the case record, a total of 5036 sick animals were examined and 103 types of diseases were identified during this period. The commonly found various diseases were parasitic disease (33.86%), myiasis (5.96%), PPR (5.16%), pneumonia and pneumonitis (4.11%), repeat breeding (2.88%) and rest of the diseases had lower percentage than 2.5%. Out of the 5036, 1759 cases (35%) were male and 3277 cases (65%) were female. Animals aged between 1-3 years had high occurrence (45.23%) followed by 0-1 year (25.11%). Diseases in digestive system were mostly affected (33.79%) and lowest in cardiovascular system (0.65%). Occurrence of diseases was highest (36.81%) in rainy season (June-October) followed by (35.54%) in summer (March-May) and lowest (27.64%) in winter season (November-February). The findings of this study can be used in the formulation of more effective disease management and control strategies including appropriate vaccination program in this area.

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Published

2016-01-28

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Ruminant Medicine