Classical swine fever among populations of wild and domestic animals

І.Y.Mushtuk

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                Institute of Veterinary Medicine of NAAS, 30, Donetskaya St., Kiev, 03151, Ukraine

                Classical swine fever (CSF) is a highly contagious viral disease of both domestic and wild pigs of all ages and breeds, which is characterized by acute fever, continuous flow type, septicemia and anemia, acute catarrhal or croup us — hemorrhagic gastroenteritis; and in sub acute and chronic type — hemorrhagic pneumonia and also by diphtheritic or follicular — ulcerative colitis. From the economic point of view CSF is one of the most dangerous infectious viral disease of domestic and wild pigs, because the incidence can reach 100%, and mortality 80100%. A great deal of money and time is spent conduct preventive and quarantine measures such as disinfection, vaccination and others, in addition to the actual damages that can occur in an epizootic situation in a domestic pig herd.The reports of OIE testify that presently illness meets more, than in 60 countries on all continents. CSF was intensively studied in the last few years, offer vaccines, worked out facilities and methods of diagnostics, however, a complete elimination of an illness it isn't reached

In this articles revue on more then 10 years period on serological monitoring of CSF in wild pigs from different region of Ukraine .

                This paper presents the international and Ukrainian about the epizootic situation for the classical swine fever pathogen circulation among the populations of wild and domestic pigs, which in turn allows the timely prediction of the future epizootic situation, in order to prevent any biological hazards to domestic pig herds.

Keywords: SWINE CLASSICAL FEVER, DOMESTIC PIGS, WILD PIGS, MONITORING, POPULATION, EPIZOOTIC SITUATION.

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