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a short note on peste des petits ruminants in karnataka, india.retrospective quantitative analysis of epidemiological data on peste des petits ruminants (ppr) from the department of animal husbandry and veterinary sciences in karnataka, southern india, revealed significant information about the disease in this area. in the nine years between april 1998 and march 2007 a total of 624 outbreaks were reported in the state. with the exception of the 12-month period between april 2001 and march 2002 the disease occurred every year. the study shows clearly that in ...200920462160
a community survey of dog bites, anti-rabies treatment, rabies and dog population management in bangalore city.this survey was conducted by using a 30 cluster random sampling technique to comprehensively study the nature and magnitude of rabies and its related problems in human and dog population. the city has an estimated dog population of 3.25 lakhs of which 2 lakhs (61.5%) are stray dogs and 1.25 lakhs (38.5%) are pet dogs. the dog:man ratio was about 1:12 and the pet:stray dog ratio of 1:2. the awareness about animal birth control (abc) programme was low (34%) and only 20% had faith in it. the annual ...200112561501
an epidemiological study of sheep pox infection in karnataka state, india.analysis of retrospective quantitative sheep pox epidemiological data from the government animal husbandry department, karnataka, india, covering 24 years revealed significant information on sheep pox. the state has a dense sheep population including some valuable breeds. data revealed the endemicity of the disease: there were a considerable number of outbreaks and attacks, high mortality and case fatality rates and low immunisation coverage. none of the years studied were free from infection. t ...200516642761
ixodid ticks on their mammalian hosts in the kyasanur forest disease area of mysore state, india, 1961-64. 19684971268
serological evidence of infection by spotted fever group rickettsiae in karnataka state. 19806780455
a study of medico-social problems of the inmates of a leprosy colony in mysore.a study of the inmates of a leprosy colony in mysore revealed that there were more male cases and that the deformities were also more common among the male patients. there was no cases among inmates below 20 years of age group 31-50 years. 93.2% of the inmates were illiterate and 96.6% of the patients were ignorant of the cause, spread, prognosis of the disease and prevention of disabilities. this indicated an urgent need of health education among the leprosy patients and their families. all the ...19836656213
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