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[inquiry of veterinarians in niedersachsen concerning the occurrence of parasitic diseases and their control in large animals].in lower saxony approximately 3500 veterinarians were asked to fill in a questionnaire focused on the prevalence of parasitic infections in cattle, sheep, pigs, and horses, the preferred control measures and the antiparasitic drugs in use. although the disappointing low number of only 48 veterinarians that participated in this survey prevented any representative conclusions the following trends were remarkable: gastrointestinal strongyles were the most prevalent parasites in cattle (34.8%), shee ...19957600943
[sensitivity of bovine and equine streptococci to beta-lactam antibiotics (benzylpenicillin, ampicillin, oxacillin, cefotaxime) in the agar diffusion and e-test].368 streptococcal strains from udder secretions of cattle (sc. agalactiae, sc. dysgalactiae, sc. uberis) and 191 streptococcal isolates from horse specimens (sc. equi ssp. zooepidemicus, sc. equi ssp. equi) originating from different agricultural regions in germany (lower saxony, in particular the region of weser-ems, bavaria, altmark) were investigated for their sensitivity to 4 beta-lactam antibiotics (benzylpenicillin, ampicillin, oxacillin, cefotaxime). two different test methods were applie ...200010925514
[investigation of the prevalence of summer eczema in icelandic horses in northern germany].an epidemiological study on summer eczema (se) was performed in 490 icelandic horses from 24 stud farms located in lower saxony and westphalia. the study revealed a prevalence of summer eczema of 29.8 %. horses imported from iceland were affected with a frequency of 71.9 %, whereas horses born in germany and other countries had a prevalence of 15.6 % and 27.3 %. mares (33.1 %) and geldings (29.1 %) were more often affected by summer eczema than stallions with 15.5 %. the most common sites of sum ...200516318272
[gymnastic school sport injuries--aspects of preventive measures].gymnastic school sport injuries account for a significant morbidity and mortality among children and adolescents. preventive issues may be derived from a thorough in-depth analysis of the pattern and circumstances of gymnastic injuries.200616791783
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