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Volume 42 Supplement 1

Proceedings of the 13th Internordic Symposium of the Nordic Committee for Veterinary Scientific Cooperation (NKVet)

Proceedings

Proceedings of the 13th Internordic Symposium of the Nordic Committee for Veterinary Scientific Cooperation (NKVet).

Stockholm, Sweden1-2 October 1999

  1. All the Nordic countries have a basis for their surveillance and disease control in ruminants in national legislation and regulations listing notifiable diseases of concern to the countries. The Nordic countri...

    Authors: Olafur Valsson, S. Alenius, T. Krogh Nielsen, O. Nyberg and P. Salmela
    Citation: Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2001 42(Suppl 1):S27
  2. Due to the increasing importance of disease problems in the fish farming industry and the impact disease may have on both feral and farmed fish in the Nordic countries, monitoring and surveillance on diseases ...

    Authors: T. Håstein, A. Hellstrøm, G. Jonsson, N. J. Olesen and E. R.- Pärnänen
    Citation: Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2001 42(Suppl 1):S43
  3. Disease recording of cattle is compulsory in Sweden and Norway. Sweden and Denmark also have mandatory disease recording for swine, whereas Finland and Norway only have compulsory recording of infectious disea...

    Authors: S-O. Olsson, P. Baekbo, S. Ö. Hansson, H. Rautala and O. Østerås
    Citation: Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2001 42(Suppl 1):S51
  4. In 1997–1998, the Netherlands experienced a large epidemic of classical swine fever (CSF). The magnitude of this epidemic stressed the role information systems could play in supporting the management during an...

    Authors: A. P. P. Crauwels, R. de Koning, M. Nielen, A. R. W. Elbers, A. A. Dijkhuizen and M. J. M. Tielen
    Citation: Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2001 42(Suppl 1):S61

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  • Veterinary Associations of the Nordic Countries

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