Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ghanem

Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ghanem
Benha University · Department of Animal Medicine

BVSC, MVSC, PhD. West Virginia University USA

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December 2015 - present
Fact Vet Medicine Benha University
Position
  • Head of Animal Medicine Dept
Description
  • Head of animal Medicine Dept including the Internal Vet Medicine and Infectious diseases
November 2013 - present
Benha University
Position
  • Professor (Full)
August 2008 - September 2009
West Virginia University
Position
  • Research Associate
Description
  • Researcher at NIOSH, HELD and WVU, Morgantown, WV - USA

Publications

Publications (84)
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Acute kidney injury is a common problem in dogs and is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. So, the present study aimed to evaluate symmetric dimethylarginine (SDMA) and Doppler ultrasonography including resistive index (RI) in the diagnosis of acute kidney injury in dogs. Ten healthy mongrel dogs were injected with gentamicin sulfa...
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Keywords Urinary tract affections are important clinical problems recorded in dogs affecting their health condition. The present study was carried out on 21 dogs of both sexes and different breeds having different urinary tract affections. The study aimed to evaluate clinical, hematological, biochemical, urinalysis, and ultrasonographic changes in...
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In this study twenty Boer goats (10 with pneumonia and 10 apparently healthy) were selected from 150 Boer goats that were recently transported from the Upper Egypt to Moshtohor farm. Nasal swabs and trans-tracheal aspiration were taken for bacteriological examination as well as whole blood and serum samples were collected for evaluation of pulmonar...
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This study was carried out on 25 Mongrel dogs with age ranged from 2 to 4 years, and body weight ranged between 11-23 kg. Hypothyroidism was induced in dogs by drugs or surgical methods. The drug-induced hypothyroidism (n=5) was induced by oral dosing of Sulphamethoxazole-Trimethoprim combination (~30 mg/kg. BW of sulphamethoxazole). Five dogs were...
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Pneumonia in Boer goats is a multifactorial disease required a special care for economic, effictive and rapid treatment. Therefore, this study aimed to compare the therapeutic efficacy of three antibiotics (Tulathromycin, Florfenicol and Amoxicillin) in treatment of klebsiella pneumoniae in Boer goat. Forty five pneumonic Boer goats suffered from r...
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Acute kidney injury is a common problem in dogs and is associated with significant morbidity and mortality, so this study was aimed to evaluate Symmetric dimethylarginine (SDMA), Doppler ultrasonography including resistive index (RI) in the diagnosis of acute kidney injury in dogs. Ten healthy mongrel dogs were injected with gentamicin sulphate 10%...
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the changes in the clinical and hemato-biochemical parameters of cattle calves suffering from bovine respiratory disease (BRD) compared to pen matched healthy control calves. This study was conducted on 20 calves suffered from BRD and 10 apparently healthy calves. Clinical and physical examination of BRD af...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate pulmonary function test, acute phase proteins, pro-inflammatory cytokines, electrolyte balance and electrocardiographic alterations in BRD affected calves compared to pen matched healthy control calves. A total of 30 calves (20 BRD affected calves and 10 apparently healthy calves) were used in this study. The B...
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Nutritional Muscular Dystrophy (NMD) is a disease of lambs results from a selenium and/or vitamin E deficiency. This study was applied on 20 NMD lambs and 20 control native breed lambs from Qalyubia Governorate, with ages ranged from 1 to 4 months, in order to explore the effects of NMD clinical and hematobiochemical changes in lambs. Affected lamb...
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The aim of this work was to compare the efficacy of different cow side tests for diagnosis of ketosis including Precision Xtra ketone method and PortaBHB milk ketone tests in Holstein- Friesian dairy cows. The colorimetric estimation of serum BHBA at a cut-off point ≥1.200 mmol /L was used as a gold standard method. For that purpose, 200 Holstein-...
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This study aimed to evaluate the clinical, biochemical and hepatic ultrasonographic changes in ketotic dairy cows. For that purpose, we examined 42 lactating Holstein- Friesian cows with ages from 3- 10 years old during the post parturient period (up to 6 weeks postpartum). The cows were classified into control healthy (C=20), subclinical ketotic c...
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This study aimed to evaluate the clinical, biochemical and hepatic ultrasonographic changes in ketotic dairy cows. For that purpose, we examined 42 lactating Holstein-Friesian cows with ages from 3-10 years old during the post parturient period (up to 6 weeks postpartum). The cows were classified into control healthy (C=20), subclinical ketotic cow...
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of varying degrees of water salinity on the ultrasonographical and histopathological appearance of the liver and kidneys in Barki sheep. Thirty Barki sheep (initial weight, 29.48 ± 0.81 kg) were allocated into three groups (n=10 per group) based on the type of drinking water for 9 months: the t...
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Gastrointestinal (GIT) disorder is a significant health and economic problem that account for extraordinary financial loss in small ruminants. Despite the great efforts in management, GIT disorder remains the main cause of animal mortality, weight gain retardation and production loss in the small ruminant industry. Traditionally, herbal medicine ha...
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Assessment of blood L-lactate concentration (LAC) as point-of-care (POC) biomarkers is turning into a typical procedure for different diagnostic purposes in the food animal industry. The purpose of our study was to figure out whether blood LAC measured by a hand held lactate analyzer with different variables could be utilized to anticipate the even...
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Nephrotoxicity is the main problem associated with gentamicin. So this work aimed to evaluate the effect of Vitamin C on gentamicin-induced nephrotoxicity in Baladi goats (Capra hircus) based on the clinical, haematobiochemical and histopathological changes. To achieve this aim, ten clinical healthy Baladi goats were allotted into two groups, each...
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Purpose of the study: The respiratory microbiota is a complex polymicrobial ecosystem that plays a significant role in maintaining mucosal health. Recently, the role of mucosal microbial populations in modulating host immune defenses and promoting respiratory health, have been well established in other species. However, there are few studies chara...
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Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is one of the most serious causes of health and economic problems in the beef production industry, especially in recently weaned, intensely raised and newly transported feedlot cattle. While the importance of upper airway structure and function in the susceptibility of the lower respiratory tract to colonization wit...
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Background The importance of upper airway structure in the susceptibility of the lower respiratory tract to colonization with potential pathogens is well established. With the advent of rapid, high throughput, next generation sequencing, there is a growing appreciation of the importance of commensal microbial populations in maintaining mucosal heal...
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Assessment of blood L-lactate concentration (LAC) as point-of-care (POC) biomarkers is turning into a typical procedure for different diagnostic purposes in the food animal industry. The purpose of our study was to figure out whether blood LAC measured by a hand held lactate analyzer with different variables could be utilized to anticipate the even...
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This study aimed to evaluate the clinical, biochemical and hepatic ultrasonographic changes in ketotic dairy cows. For that purpose, we examined 42 lactating Holstein-Friesian cows with ages from 3-10 years old during the post parturient period (up to 6 weeks postpartum). The cows were classified into control healthy (C=20), subclinical ketotic cow...
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Benha university (BU) has started many procedures to enhance the quality of scientific research and international publication since 2013 aiming to improve the international academic ranking and recruit international students. Progression was mainly observed during the last 3 academic years when starting to collaborate with the QS. The overall BU pe...
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Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is one of the most important diseases in feedlot calves especially in intensely raised and newly transported calves. With the recent availability of modern portable diagnostic techniques, the veterinary practitioner can now be quickly examined the surface and superficial lung parenchyma at farm. The purpose of our s...
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The activities of Scientific Research Fund (SRF) in Benha University (BU) were started at 2013 aiming to support the research capacity building of junior researchers and postgraduate students with financial fund. During the last three years, 83 research proposals were submitted to SRF and 35 projects were accepted. All the researchers received a tr...
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the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of Monday sickness disease
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This study aimed to investigate the prevalence of Anapalsma and piroplasmid species infecting buffaloes with regard to season, age and sex. To achieve this aim, blood samples from a total of 530 apparently healthy and clinically suspected buffaloes in Qualyubia governorate, Egypt were collected throughout the period from June 2013 to May 2014. The...
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This study was conducted on adult and calf buffaloes for recording the clinico-hematobiochemical alteration of parasitic enteritis. Diarrheic buffaloes showed depression, dullness, depraved appetite, variable degree of diarrhea, cessation of rumination, labored breathing, accelerated heart and respiratory rates, weakness and a reluctance to move. A...
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A total number of five sheep were used in cross over design with an interval of three weeks for induction of lactic acidosis with sucrose, and treated with sodium bicarbonate as antacid, yeast as probiotics and gentian root powder as medicinal herbs. The acidoteic sheep showed significant (P<0.05) decrease in body temp, significant increase in resp...
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This study aimed to evaluate the clinical, haematobiochemical and histopathological changes in goats with surgically induced unilateral hydronephrosis. To achieve this aim eight male castrated goats were divided into two groups. Group A (animals with surgically-induced unilateral hydronephrosis) in which goats were subjected to ligation of the righ...
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Pneumonia in Boer goats is a multifactorial disease required a special care for economic, effictive and rapid treatment. Therefore, this study aimed to compare the therapeutic efficacy of three antibiotics (Tulathromycin, Florfenicol and Amoxicillin) in treatment of klebsiella pneumoniae in Boer goat. Forty five pneumonic Boer goats suffered from r...
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A total number of five sheep were used in cross over design with an interval of three weeks for induction of lactic acidosis with sucrose, and treated with sodium bicarbonate as antacid, yeast as probiotics and gentian root powder as medicinal herbs. The acidoteic sheep showed significant (P<0.05) decrease in body temp, significant increase in resp...
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This study was planned to investigate the concurrent changes related to enteritis and the effect of a five day-treatment with an oral minced nutmeg or oxytetracycline, a total number of 60 sheep (40 diarrehic and 20 apparently healthy (control) sheep) were used. The diarrheic sheep showed significant (P<0.05) increase in body temp, respiratory rate...
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This study was planned to investigate the concurrent changes related to enteritis and the effect of a five day-treatment with an oral minced nutmeg or oxytetracycline, a total number of 60 sheep (40 diarrehic and 20 apparently healthy (control) sheep) were used. The diarrheic sheep showed significant (P<0.05) increase in body temp, respiratory rate...
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This study was carriedout on 29 calves, 2-4 months of age at the faculty of Veterinary Medicine,Benha University during the period from Dec 2010 to March 2012. Based on theclinical findings and biochemical determination of magnesium (Mg) level, thecalves were assorted into 3 groups. The first group included 10 calves with tetanichypomagesemia (clin...
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This study was carriedout on 29 calves, 2-4 months of age at the faculty of Veterinary Medicine,Benha University during the period from Dec 2010 to March 2012. Based on theclinical findings and biochemical determination of magnesium (Mg) level, thecalves were assorted into 3 groups. The first group included 10 calves with tetanichypomagesemia (clin...
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This study was carried out on 16 adult castrated male Baladi goats with age ranged from 1-1.5 years old and weight range of 19±0.82 kg to investigate the biological role of copper deficiency on the modification of immune status and induction of DNA damage. They were randomized into two groups. The first group (six goats) were apparently healthy and...
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The aim of this work was to utilize the metabolic profile test (MPT) for evaluation of the changes in Friesian cows (n=25) during the peri-parturient period in association with body condition score (BCS) using multiparous postpartum cow (n=20) and heifers (n=5). The clinical signs included anemia during the pre-parturient period, and hypocalcaemia...
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For assessment of the changes associated with induced copper deficiency in goats, mature castrated male Baladi goats (n=16) aged 1-1.5 years old and weighted 15-20 kg randomized into 2 groups: Group I (n=6) were apparently healthy (control) and Group II (n=10) were subjected to experimental induction of secondary copper deficiency by dietary supple...
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The present study was carried to investigate the prevalence, etiology and changes related to enteritis and diarrhea in newborn buffalo calves (n=100) of both sexes from birth up to 3 months of age. The prevalence of diarrhea was 60% and the mortality rate was 10%. E. coli (73.3%) and salmonella (26.7%) were isolated from diseased calves. Based on c...