A disease produced by bacterial toxins of the Genus Clostridium spp., associated with stress and bad nutritional management, which causes toxaemias and sudden death.
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: Transmission and risk factors
Feed changes mainly
Oral transmission of spores in
soil, water and food
Poor equipment hygiene
Muscle and skin
Death of animals
Decrease of productive life
Symptomatology and anamnesis.
Detection of toxins
Generate humoral immunity results in neutralization of toxins
Reducing contamination by adequate sanitary control.
Wash and disinfect the equipment
There is a wide range of clostridial diseases, where
more than one genus of clostridium is usually involved.
This diagnosis outline helps to find the probable
diagnosis and clostridium involved.