Cost of post-weaning multi-systemic wasting syndrome and porcine circovirus type-2 subclinical infection in England - an economic disease model

Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Pablo AlarconBarbara Wieland

Abstract

Post-weaning multi-systemic wasting syndrome (PMWS) is a multi-factorial disease with major economic implications for the pig industry worldwide. The present study aimed to assess the economic impact of PMWS and porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) subclinical infections (PCV2SI) for farrow-to-finish farms and to estimate the resulting cost to the English pig industry. A disease model was built to simulate the varying proportions of pigs in a batch that get infected with PCV2 and develop either PMWS, subclinical disease (reduce growth without evident clinical signs) or remain healthy (normal growth and no clinical signs), depending on the farm level PMWS severity. This PMWS severity measure accounted for the level of post-weaning mortality, PMWS morbidity and proportion of PCV2 infected pigs observed on farms. The model generated six outcomes: infected pigs with PMWS that die (PMWS-D); infected pigs with PMWS that recover (PMWS-R); subclinical pigs that die (Sub-D); subclinical pigs that reach slaughter age (Sub-S); healthy pigs sold (H-S); and pigs, infected or non-infected by PCV2, that die due to non-PCV2 related causes (nonPCV2-D). Enterprise and partial budget analyses were used to assess the deficit/profits and the extra cost...Continue Reading

References

Nov 9, 2002·Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation : Official Publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc·Roman M PogranichniyMichael Daniels
Jun 16, 2004·Research in Veterinary Science·G J WellenbergA R W Elbers
Jan 17, 2007·Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association·Paul M DorrWondwossen A Gebreyes
Nov 14, 2007·Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation : Official Publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc·Tanja OpriessnigPatrick G Halbur
Sep 29, 2009·Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine·J GillespieV Buechner-Maxwell
Nov 3, 2010·Preventive Veterinary Medicine·Pablo AlarconBarbara Wieland
Jul 12, 2011·Preventive Veterinary Medicine·Pablo AlarconBarbara Wieland

❮ Previous
Next ❯

Citations

Sep 29, 2015·Veterinary Research·Guillaume FourniéDirk Udo Pfeiffer
Apr 11, 2015·Infection, Genetics and Evolution : Journal of Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics in Infectious Diseases·Giovanni FranzoMichele Drigo
Jan 11, 2014·The Veterinary Journal·Derek Armstrong
Nov 12, 2016·Preventive Veterinary Medicine·Longfeng WengMike von Massow
Oct 23, 2016·Veterinary Microbiology·Zahra AfghahSheela Ramamoorthy
Oct 21, 2017·The Veterinary Record·Sylvia S GriersonSusanna Williamson
Nov 18, 2014·Expert Review of Vaccines·Joaquim Segalés
Jan 31, 2015·The Veterinary Record·Alasdair Cook
Apr 14, 2017·Porcine Health Management·J RocademboschL J Fraile
Sep 21, 2018·Frontiers in Microbiology·Yuhong PanAnchun Cheng
Apr 8, 2020·Porcine Health Management·P ObaM M Dione
Jun 13, 2020·Transboundary and Emerging Diseases·Ana Paula Muterle VarelaFabiana Quoos Mayer
Jul 3, 2019·Veterinary Sciences·Oleksandr KolyvushkoSheela Ramamoorthy
Oct 17, 2019·Scientific Reports·Gonzalo López-LorenzoGonzalo Fernández
Dec 24, 2019·Frontiers in Microbiology·Jiang DuFeifei Yin
Mar 6, 2017·Archives of Virology·Yi HuAibing Wang
Dec 5, 2020·Viral Immunology·Babu Kanti NathJade K Forwood

❮ Previous
Next ❯

Methods Mentioned

BETA
PCR

Software Mentioned

Agrosoft
RISK
Excel

Related Concepts

Related Feeds

Anorexia Nervosa

Anorexia nervosa (AN) is a psychiatric condition characterized by severe weight loss and secondary problems associated with malnutrition. Here is the latest research on AN.