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On the 31st Dec. 1949 there were 687 veterinarians in Sweden, of whom 256 were district veterinarians. Their distribution according to location and work is given in a table.
There were 42 outbreaks of ANTHRAX causing the death of a horse, 39 cattle and 87 mink. Three outbreaks occurred in North...

Author(s)
BOUVENG, G. A.
Publisher
Stockholm: Kungl. Boktryckeriet. P. A. Norstedt & Söner.,
Citation
Det Civila Veterinarvasendet ar 1949 av kungl. Veterinarstyrelsen., 1951, pp 39 pp.
Abstract

Some details of the government organization of veterinary affairs, and a list of the statutes enacted in 1948 were given. Statistical information was given of the type of work done by the 669 registered veterinary surgeons at the end of 1948 The County veterinary surgeons gave fairly " detailed...

Publisher
Stockholm; Kungl. Boktryckeriet.,
Citation
Det civila veterinarvasendet ar 1948., 1949, pp 35 pp.
Abstract

IV. In 1943 there were 685 veterinarians. Figures for the years 1885-1943 show the steady increase to this maximum. Only 64 veterinarians were privately occupied, the others being state-appointed as provincial veterinarians, district veterinarians, municipal veterinarians, meat inspectors,...

Author(s)
HOOJER, J. A.
Citation
Sveriges officiella Statistik. Hälsooch sjuvârd. Det civila veterinärväsen-det "âr 1943 av kungl. medicinalstyrelsen., 1945, pp 105 pp.
Abstract

An account of the rapid and successful initiation of the State voluntary control scheme in a district containing 68 herds with 800 cows. The support of the local animal breeding society and dairy association, to which every-farmer evidently belonged, seems to have been necessary or at least...

Author(s)
RUDIN, K. E.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1940, 45, pp 18-24
Abstract

The author first refers at length to the observations of PRÖSCHOLDT [this Bull. 3. 175.] on the interval in natural circumstances between infection in cattle and the occurrence of abortion. The findings were calculated from circumstantial evidence depending upon the dates on which infected animals...

Author(s)
WALL, S.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1934, 24, pp 458-489
Abstract

The author gives an account of the different methods at our disposal for the control of Br. abortus infection in cattle by means of blood agglutination tests. He submits the " Pennsylvania method " (U.S.A.) for the eradication of the disease to a critical examination and does not consider that it...

Author(s)
THOMSEN, A.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1931, 36, pp 183-197
Abstract

Dr. Henricsson was entrusted early in 1928 with the study of the association between brucella infection in animals and man. It soon became clear that the prevention of undulant fever in Sweden was closely bound up with the control of brucella disease amongst cattle and this fact led him to a...

Author(s)
HENRICSSON, E.
Publisher
Stockholm: Isaac Marcus Boktryckeri-Aktibolag.,
Citation
Epizootic Abortion and Undulant Fever. An Epizootic and Epidemiological Study., 1932, pp 203 pp.
Abstract

The author reviews briefly the history of the organisms causing undulant fever in man and contagious bovine abortion and refers to the discovery of their close relationship in 1918.
He gives some figures indicating the increase in the number of cases of human infection with Br. abortus in various...

Author(s)
ZELLER, H.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1931, 5, pp 84-120; 223-228; 255
Abstract

Eighty-three brucella strains isolated from cases of undulant fever in Sweden were compared with 20 previously classified strains, ten bovine abortus, six porcine abortus and four melitensis strains. All the Swedish strains showed themselves, by serological tests and dye inhibition tests, together...

Author(s)
OLIN, G.; LINDSTRÖM, B.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, 1934, 131, pp 257-275

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