THE RELATIONSHIP OF SHEEP PNEUMONIA WITH BACTERIAL INFECTION
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1869-1873
Pneumonia is one of the important diseases that affect sheep, in particular Newborns (pregnancies) causing illness, death and losses of meat and milk, and delayed growth, Fatal economic, However, pneumonia can also be caused by fungi, viruses, bacteria, certain medications, and autoimmune diseases. The identification of the exact cause is often ineffective [1, 2, 3]. And these inflammatory of the lung condition that mainly affects the alveoli. Bacterial pneumonia is a very specific and potentially life-threatening subset of pneumonia. Various microorganism enter the lung by suctioning of infected people live there only at certain times and under certain conditions [4,5,6], as they invade the area between the bacterial vesicles in the lungs where neutrophil and macrophage effort to deactivate the microbe . Cytokine that arise since neutrophil can cause normal motivation immune classification and this lead to infection and exhaustion that are mutual among the bacteriological reasons of pneumonia [7,8,9].
Neutrophils cause consolidation, bacteria and fluids since nearby blood vessel that chunk the alveoli [11,12,13]. Klebsiella spp. is a major cause of pneumonia in Asia and it may remain accountable for patients with somatic disorders. The use of a very strong antibiotic is also linked to the diseases. The type Klebsiella belong to the Klebsiella tribe, a member of the Enterobacteria family. Klebsiella is a non-motile Gram-negative bacterium, rod-formed with a prominent poly saccharide capsule. This capsule, accountable aimed at the great presence of the organism on the Gram stain at the same time, experiences resistance in contradiction of numerous crowd defenses mechanism .
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