diagnosing brucellosis. 19694178607
the incidence of brucella infections in producer-retailer herds in north lancashire from 1965 to 1972.the results are presented of testing untreated producer-retailer herd milk samples for the presence of brucella abortus during the period 1965-1972 in the north lancashire region.there was a steady decline in the incidence of infected herds from 22% in 1965 to 12% in 1971. a sharp fall to 5% in 1972 suggests that the introduction of the brucellosis incentives scheme and the eradication programme has helped to reduce the practice of selling brucella-infected cattle in the open market which was pr ...19744213998
the hygiene and marketing of fresh cream as assessed by the methylene blue test. a report by a working party to the director of the public health laboratory service.the hygiene and marketing of fresh cream in england and wales was investigated by a working party of the public health laboratory service (phls) between 1 october 1968 and 31 july 1969. thirty-one cream-producing dairies were visited and observations made in the light of the code of practice published by the milk and milk products technical advisory committee of the ministry of agriculture, fisheries and food, and the scottish home and health department. suggestions are made in this report to st ...19714326247
brucellosis in the horse. 19724624424
subclinical brucella infection in man.much subclinical infection with brucella abortus affects the dairy farming community, slaughterhouse workers, and veterinary surgeons. high titres of antibody to b. abortus by the saline agglutination, antihuman globulin, or complement fixation test may be shown in subjects from the first two groups and generally there are no symptoms or signs of brucella infection whatever. veterinary surgeons are prone to subclinical infection and young practitioners frequently display high titres against the ...19724625113
a bacteriological study of fresh cream and cream products in cornwall. 19674966335
milkborne brucella abortus infection. 19846140415
brucellosis: imported and laboratory-acquired cases, and an overview of treatment trials.following the successful eradication of brucella abortus infection in cattle, human brucellosis in england and wales has become an uncommon imported disease. culture of the organism presents a major laboratory hazard, and difficulties in identification may occur using a biochemical test-strip method. an overview of recent treatment trials of brucellosis indicates that regimens combining streptomycin and doxycycline are associated with a higher success rate (judged by the frequency of treatment f ...19938337710
human infection with the british strain of brucella melitensis (brucella abortus type 5). 196514267948
brucella abortus in milk in england and wales in 1959. 196114447426
seroprevalence of coxiella burnetii and brucella abortus among pregnant women.coxiella burnetii and brucella abortus are two intracellular bacteria implicated in zoonotic miscarriage. in the present study, c. burnetii and b. abortus seroprevalence was compared among women from london with and without miscarriage. coxiella burnetii seroprevalence was high (4.6%, 95% ci 2.8-7.1) despite the rare apparent exposure of this urban population. only two patients exhibited anti-b. abortus antibodies. as a result of the risk of chronic q fever with endocarditis and/or hepatitis, th ...200919489927
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