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  M.M. Omer , S.M. Abusalab , M.M. Gumaa , S.A. Mulla , E.A. Omer , I.E. Jeddah , A.M. AL-Hassan , M.A Hussein and A.M. Ahmed
  The study aimed to provide documented information on the epidemiological and economical effects of the disease to assist in disease control policies and planning research priorities in the region. The outbreak of colibacillosis was reported among broiler and layer chicks reared in closed and semi closed system In Kassala State, Eastern Sudan. Mortality rate of the disease was 6.8% in the broiler flocks and 1.9% in the layers ones. Diagnosis of the disease was made on the basis of the case history, clinical signs, postmortem findings and laboratory examinations. Escherichia coli (E. coli) isolates were obtained from infected organs of broiler and layer flocks. Isolation and identification of E. coli were achieved by using biochemical diagnostic test kits. The isolates were highly resistant to most tested antibiotics. The cost of losses in broilers and layer chicks due to the outbreak was recorded. Factors which associated with the disease were discussed and some recommendations were outlined to avoid such outbreak.
  M.M. Omer , Sarah Abusalab , M.M. Gumaa , S.A. Mulla , H.M. Osman , Y.A. Sabiel and A.M. Ahmed
  In this study, Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from a draught horse presented to Kassala Veterinary Research Laboratory (KVRL) for investigation and diagnosis. The affected animal was previously treated with Gentamycin and Tetracycline before submitted to this laboratory, but the animal was not cure. Thereafter, the animal was attended to the laboratory; it was suffering from inguinal abscess and some clinical signs. Clinical and laboratory examinations were carried out however, the animal was suddenly fallen and died immediately. Then post-mortem, bacteriological and histopathological examinations were done. S. aureus was isolated as pure culture from the lungs and peritoneum of the necropsied animal. This isolate showed highly sensitivity to Erythromycin and Clindamycin and it was resistant to Penicillin, Cloxacillin, Cefotaxime, Co-Trimoxazole, Cephalexin and Tetracycline. It was concluded from this study, the shock resulted from S. aureus was the causative agent of the death in this case.
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