Introduction to the symptoms and effects of Newcastle disease in poultry

Birds, like other animals that live on Earth, are affected by a variety of diseases. Newcastle is one of the most common bird diseases among them. This virus affects the respiratory, digestive and nervous systems of birds. Newcastle was first identified in 1926 in Newcastle, England, and in Iran in 1329.

This viral disease is especially visible in birds that are kept commercially viable. In order to prevent Newcastle broilers from flocking, they should be vaccinated.
Birds, like other animals that live on Earth, are affected by a variety of diseases. Newcastle is one of the most common bird diseases among them. This virus affects the respiratory, digestive and nervous systems of birds. Newcastle was first identified in 1926 in Newcastle, England, and in Iran in 1329.

Newcastle has a variety of respiratory, digestive and nervous symptoms among birds. These symptoms vary depending on the age, species and health of the birds.

Respiratory effects: Newcastle with respiratory distress and cough affects the respiratory system of the bird.

Nervous effects: The bird with Newcastle is depressed and anorexic. Falling on wings and puzzling head and neck are other Newcastle signs. The bird suffers from other effects such as rotation, tremors and swelling of the eyes and throat.

Gastrointestinal Effects: Newcastle causes bird flu and watery diarrhea. It also reduces the laying of laying birds.

Newcastle-borne viruses are transmitted through food poisoning and cannot be transmitted by air or aerosol. The disease does not have drug treatment and supportive methods such as vaccination are used to treat it.

Newcastle is one of the common diseases between birds and humans. The disease may be transmitted directly from the bird to humans or through products such as poultry meat.

In humans, the disease has symptoms such as tears, insomnia and dizziness. It is interesting to know that some types of Newcastle viruses are used to kill cancer cells and make anticancer drugs. In the following article, we will discuss ways to cure and treat Newcastle disease.

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2020 Mar 23
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