A Comparative Study on Prevalence of Canine Parvovirus Infection at Selected Internship Placement between Bangladesh and India. BY

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Title: A Comparative Study on Prevalence of Canine Parvovirus Infection at Selected Internship Placement between Bangladesh and India. BY
Author: HASAN, MOHAMMAD MAHBUB
Abstract: ABSTRACT Canine parvovirus (CPV) infection is one of the most highly infectious and contagious viral disease among the dogs. A comparative study on canine parvovirus infection among the hospitalized dogs at CVH (Central Veterinary Hospital) in Bangladesh and VCRI-MVC (Veterinary College and Research Institute-Madras Veterinary College) in India was conducted between January 2015 and July 2015. A total of 80 hospitalized dog at CVH and 190 hospitalized dogs at VCRI-MVC of different breeds were clinically examined for the diagnosis of CPV Infection. Presumptive diagnosis was performed on the basis of history of illness and clinical symptoms expressed by the dogs. The key clinical signs observed among the CPV infected dogs were bloody diarrhoea (90.4%), vomition (94.5%) and dehydration (severe 85.7%, moderate 10.0% and mild 7.6%). Age, sex, breeds of different dog and vaccination status were also considered for risk factors analysis. The overall prevalence of CPV infection was higher in VCRI-MVC (42.7%) than CVH (31.2%). The prevalence of CPV was varied significant (P<0.05) among different age, vaccinated and non-vaccinated dog. Highest prevalence was found 48.7% in 1-3 months, 17.2% in 4-6 months and 8.3% in > 6 months old dog respectively. Highest prevalence was also found in non-vaccinated than vaccinated dogs at CVH, Bangladesh. In VCRI-MVC, India rate of infection also varied significantly (P<0.05) in different age groups (57.4%, 28.9%, 10.0% among 1-3 months, 4-6 months and > 6 months respectively) and 13.2% in vaccinated and 64.4% in non-vaccinated groups. significant (P<0.05) also observed in different breeds of dog 50.0%, 28.2%, 18.1%, 40.0% and 46.6%, among indigenous, Spitz, Lhasa, Doberman and German Shepherd respectively. The current study was based on hospitalized patients, so a comprehensive study including all the dog population is required to identify the actual prevalence and risk factors of CPV infections both in Bangladesh and India.
Description: CD Uploaded by- Mohammad Jamal Hossain, Documentation Officer, CVASU, CTG, Bangladesh.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/17
Date: 2015-09


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