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The veterinary profession and the farmers are familiar with this book which is now in its ninth edition. In this edition several developments in veterinary medicine, animal husbandry, public health matters and techniques of interest to farmers are noted, and sections on brucellosis, foot and mouth...

Author(s)
Schmidt-Treptow, W. A.
Publisher
Hannover: Schlutersch DM 39.50,
Citation
Was gibt es Neues fur den Tierarzt?., 1970, pp 621 pp.
Abstract

With the help of regular prophylactic doses of "Ferroteben" [See V.B. 27, 1959] it was possible, in two herds extensively affected with TB., to protect yearling and two-year-old heifer calves in contact with infected animals. Bull calves serving as controls showed tuberculous reactions of varying...

Author(s)
SEELEMANN, M.; BUSCHKIEL, H.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, 1957, 4, pp 101-118
Abstract

G. immunized calves by means of a number of s/c inoculations with an attenuated bovine strain of tubercle bacillus which he described as "Strain P". Successive inoculations were always at new sites and close to lymph nodes. The calves were segregated for 4-5 weeks after the first inoculation. He...

Author(s)
GRÄUB, E.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1954, 96, pp 443-463
Abstract

Allergy is not of purely theoretical interest. It helps to explain why in glanders or in tuberculosis sometimes exudative, sometimes productive processes predominate; and in these two diseases allergic diagnostic methods are valuable. BCG inoculation should prove successful in the campaign against...

Author(s)
HEMMERT-HALSWICK, A.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1949, 4, pp 163-170
Abstract

Discussing various methods of control of bovine TB., G. considers the American stamping-out method the surest way of dealing with the infection. Ostertag's method had a certain measure of success, but was abandoned early.
Bang's milder method and its modifications have proved successful in lightly...

Author(s)
GRÄUB, E.
Citation
Schiweiz. Arch. Tierheilk., 1949, 91, pp 15-23
Abstract

The methods of control used in Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, and the U.S.A. are briefly reviewed. Bovine TB., equally dangerous for man and cow, should be energetically fought on humanitarian, social and economic grounds. Control of the disease is not so much a scientific as an economic...

Author(s)
FLÜCKIGER, G.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1949, 36, pp 71-79; 130-138
Abstract

T. considers that the main reason for the failure of Ostertag's method for the control of TB. in Germany was that although stock owners disposed of clinically affected animals and received compensation there was no real attempt to encourage the rearing of TB.-free calves. A higher price should be...

Author(s)
THEURER, B.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1949, 56, pp 359-360
Abstract

TB. control by the methods of Bang and Ostertag and by complete eradication are discussed. It is pointed out that the outlook is now very different from what it was in the earlier days, when the former methods were being worked out. There is now less tendency to draw distinctions between the...

Author(s)
FLÜCKIGER, G.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1944, 86, pp 289-297
Abstract

E. describes work done by the cattle health service in the Rhine Province since 1938. It has been concerned mostly with control and eradication of bovine TB., the scheme being voluntary and organized on a local dairy district basis. Three dairy districts were selected and attempts are being made to ...

Author(s)
EICKMANN, H.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1942, 48, pp 72-75; 87-91
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Author(s)
SCHREIBER, O.
Citation
Mitt. Bakt. Serum Inst. Landsberg, 1935, 19, pp 8-14 pp.

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