Delsart Maxime

Delsart Maxime
École Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alfort | ENVA · Département Productions Animales et Santé Publique

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

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Introduction
Delsart Maxime currently works at the Department of Animal Production and Public Health of the National Veterinary School of Alfort. Delsart does research in Animal Science and Parasitology.
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Publications (10)
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In pig production, the widespread conventional indoor system with a slatted floor currently dominates. However, this production system is becoming less socially acceptable. In addition to general environmental protection issues, animal welfare, the absence of suffering and distress, and the management of pain also constitute societal concerns. In t...
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L’enseignement vétérinaire dans la filière porcine a beaucoup évolué depuis 30 ans, même si les traditionnels outils, qui ont fait leurs preuves, comme les visites d’élevages, les visites d’abattoirs, les stages ou encore l’étude de cas cliniques sont encore très présents et intègrent les nouvelles connaissances sur la pathologie et sur les approch...
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Sarcoptic mange is probably the most frequent ectoparasitosis of swine worldwide. The objective of this study was to evaluate the performances of a skin lesion score performed at the slaughterhouse by a comparative approach to sensitivity and specificity of an ELISA test and scoring methods for dermatitis at slaughterhouse. Eighty-four farms in Cen...
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Biosecurity is not a new topic in pig farms, but with the increasing risk of African Swine Fever (ASF), biosecurity measures must be put in place with an obligation of means and results in accordance with the decree published on the 16th October, 2018 concerning biosecurity measures applicable to French pig or wild boar farms. The most important ai...
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Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis, l’agent responsable de la gale sarcoptique, est probablement le parasite externe le plus répandu à travers le monde dans les élevages de porcs. Malgré des conséquences techniques et économiques importantes (baisse de croissance, dégradation des indices de conversion alimentaire, dégradation des performances de reproduct...
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A la suite des premiers cas de peste porcine africaine (PPA) dans le Caucase, les réseaux de surveillance en France se sont progressivement activés. Mais les choses se sont nettement accélérées avec la détection des premiers cas sur les sangliers en Belgique, à un dizaine de kilomètres de la frontière française. Les mesures de surveillance et de pr...
Poster
Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M.hyo) and porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) are primary agents of the porcine respiratory disease complex and vaccines against both pathogens are the most widely used swine vaccines in Europe. The objective of this study was to compare the efficacy of two vaccination strategies against both pathogens under field conditions...
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L’élevage de porcs plein air est un type d’élevage très exigeant. Le travail quotidien est plus pénible qu’en élevage standard, notamment pour effectuer les soins aux porcelets sous la mère, et en saison hivernale. Il repose sur les mêmes fondamentaux que l’élevage conventionnel mais une attention particulière doit être portée à la qualité des sols...
Conference Paper
The future ban on raising sows in individual crates between the fifth week of gestation and one week before farrowing requires changes in farming management in many farms. In Bourgogne, Centre and Champagne-Ardennes, more than 50 % of farmers from the cooperative Cirhyo already comply with the standards. The main technical performances are not degr...

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Mission 1 : survey and communication. Funded by Department of Agriculture, supported by INRAE. Members : INRAE, Anses, Technical Institutes (IFIP, IDELE, IFCE, ITAVI), French Veterinary Colleges (VetAgroSup, Enva, Oniris, Envt) Deputy Representative for French Veterinary Colleges (Enva)