E.colibacterie

E.colibacterie

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E.colibacterie This disease is caused by a bacterium, which, like the paratyphoid bacteria (salmonella) a so-called gram negative rod 'is from the family of the Enterobacteriaceae. The coliform bacteria (also known as E.coli) is commonly found in the feces, but if there are no further issues to see the pigeon or the stool, is not attached too much value. Apparently there are now more pathogens among coliforms in pigeons.
There appear coli strains to be those poisons (toxins) which secrete the disease worsens.
Coli The bacterial infection will, in many cases, along with a virus, known as the adenovirus.
 
Symptoms
First phenomenon we see that the pigeons sit. Bulb Appetite disappears and the pigeons drink quite a lot. The first stool is brown mush-ig and watery.
It is because the birds do not eat, often a grass green color and the seats than to find. Hefty green puddles of excrement The pigeons often vomiting, wasting, and sometimes weeks sick. When they die (sometimes 10-20%), it appears in section that the intestines are filled with a lot of moisture. The liver is usually increased. From the gut and organs than the coli bacteria cultured.
Also keep painfully heal boy often about problems. The stool remains variable mash-ig to thin. The performances often remain and many young, who have been affected will be forfeited. Often we see that additional infection ( ornithosis complex whose main component is the herpes virus ) exacerbate the problem.
 
How to avoid
One should try to keep a good hygiene youngsters as possible in a good condition and prevent overcrowding. Something we see, especially in the young pigeon lofts.
Obviously sick birds should be put aside. Pigeons screening out, making the tribe stronger and resistant to this disease seems to be a utopia.
 
Treatment
If antibiotic treatment should be administered. The resources are often a combination of chloamfenicol, colistin and Furaltadone.
The sensitivity can also be determined by these bacteria on the basis of a bacteriological test sensitivity.
Very important is that one quickly recognizes the early signs and take immediate action. The entire flock must be ready a few days. Treated with one of those listed Because the pigeons through the intestine lose a lot of moisture, it is recommended to provide. Extra electrolytes