Hemorrhagic septicemia

Hemorrhagic septicemia

Hemorrhagic septicemia

Why in News? Around 40 buffaloes have died within four days due to suspected Sahana disease (hemorrhagic septicemia) in a number of villages located in the Garadapur block of Odisha’s Kendrapara.

It is a severe bacterial disease caused by certain strains.

The disease is also spread through contact with infected animals, contaminated clothing, equipment, and through ingestion or inhalation of the bacteria.

Primary symptoms include swishing tails, reduced cudding, undigested food in faeces and reduced milk yield.

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