Salameh Barhoom

Salameh Barhoom
An-Najah National University · Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine,PhD,Professor

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Introduction
Dr.Salameh is a Professor of preventive medicine ,zoonoses,microbiologist and epidemiology.Teaching ,guidance and examination of Bachlor's Master and PhD degree students.Magor founder and dean college of Veterinary medicine 2001_2004 and acting dean for college of Agriculture.2001_2002.Currently I am retired since 2014 and working at Uruk Animal Health ,Uruk lab.for molecular and serological tests.Iraq,Baghdad,Al_Khullani sq.Mob.+00964 790 134 1052 Dr.Amer Baldawi
Additional affiliations
September 2000 - July 2010
An-Najah National University
Position
  • Head of Faculty
November 1999 - September 2000
Jeursalem office
Position
  • Consultant
September 1990 - September 2006
University of Baghdad
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
October 1978 - June 1983
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Field of study
  • Preventive medicine and microbiology

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Publications (27)
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Twenty samples of Laryngeal and Tracheal tissues from laying chickens of two flocks with suspicious infectious laryngeotracheitis were tested for the detection of the causative virus by using virus isolation in chicken embryo fibroblast (CEF)cell culture and chicken embryos by chorioallantoic membrane inoculation and conventional polymerase chain r...
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Twenty samples of Laryngeal and Tracheal tissues from laying chickens of two flocks with suspicious infectious laryngeotracheitis were tested for the detection of the causative virus by using virus isolation in chicken embryo fibroblast (CEF)cell culture and chicken embryos by chorioallantoic membrane inoculation and conventional polymerase chain r...
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This study was conducted during an explosive outbreak of infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) in layers flocks of Hyline breed with a total number 120.000 housed in cages system in Bal'a, East of Tulkarem and North Palestine. The clinical findings of the disease were gasping, coughing, gurgling, marked dyspnea and expectoration of vigorously in an bl...
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2 Abstract: Clinical and laboratory studies in an outbreak of Maedi-visna disease in a flock of sheep and goats were conducted. The clinical findings of the disease were loss of wool, dyspnea and coughing, progressive condition loss, exercise intolerance and chronic mastitis. Nervous signs were developed later and were characterized by gait abnorma...
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Clinical, pathological, and serological studies were conducted in a flock of 30 goats, between the ages of 2-3 years old, (cross breed), suffering from Toxoplasmosis in Palestine. The clinical findings of the disease were: Pyrexia, lethargy, repeated abortion, Stillbirth or death of weak Kids and some accompanied by a mummified fetus. Morbidity rat...
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This study was conducted on total 235 sheep of 1-3 years-old (East-Friesian and Awassi breeds) and 35 goats of 6 months – 3 years old (Anglo-Nubi and Cross Breeds) housed in separated pens in Tulkarem Governorate, The rates of naturally infected sheep and goats with sarcoptes scabie were 93.62 and14.92 respectively . The clinical findings of the d...
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This study documents an outbreak of scrapie in adult sheep (East - Friesian Breed ) in palestine with high morbidity rate 21.5 % . The clinical findings of the disease were abnormal behavior , ataxia , tremor , incoordination of locomotion , pruritus , loss of wool , nibbling , recumbency , and hyperaesthesia to noise, movement or touch . The clini...
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To describe the clinical effect and immune response of tissue culture rinderpest vaccine in sheep,25 pregnant ewes examined and the clinical examination proved that no post vaccinal reaction like abortion or teratogenic effects occur red after vaccination.Estimation the level of antibodies by using microtiter virus neutralization test after 4 weeks...
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To study the maternally acquired immunity of lambs born from vaccinated ewes with rinderpest tissue culture vaccine , colostrum of ewes and serum samples of lambs pre-colostrum and after consumption of colostrum at one week age to 17 weeks age old were used . The level of colostral antibodies against rinderpest from immune ewes was estimated by col...
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This study was conducted on atotal 91000 of 40 weeks old hens ISA brown breed housed in cages system south of Baghdad.The clinical findings were:Respiratory distress,gasping,coughing,gurguling,birds frequently shook their heads vigrously in an attempt to dislodge blood stained caseous exudate obstructing the trachea or larynx.Some layers showed cls...
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Clinical findings , treatment and resistance of nocardia asteroids isolates to different to different antimicrobial agents were studied in 25 cows suffering from infection with Nocardia asteroids using 14 different antimicrobial agents .Clinically there was pyrexia , anorexia , losses of body weight , marked decrease in milk production , swelling o...
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To describe the clinical effect nad to evaluate the efficacy of different drugs used in the treatment of chrysomya bezziana ( Villeneuve ) , 110 infested sheep were studied. Clinically there was anorexia , restlessness , loss of condition , irritation , rubbing of infested area , pyrexia , cavernous lesion and a profused serosanguinous fluids exudi...
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This study records an outbreak of peste des petits ruminants in Iraqi sheep with high morbidity rate and low mortality.The clinical findings of the disease were:Pyrexia,ocular discharges,cough, dyspnea,erosions of the buccal and gingivial mucosa,enlargment of lymph nodes and diarrhea which was the dominant feature.Immunodiffusion test was used to c...
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Field study on the of screw_ worm fly Chrysomya bezziana larva in 216 cattle and efficacy of different drugs used for thr treatment was coducted.The clinical findings were: Anorexia,irritation,congestion of the pnis,lameness,decrease in the milk production and lose body weight.The distribution of myiasis on various body parts observed was:111(51.4%...
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This study was conducted on a total 3700 cows suffering from an outbreak of infectious pustular vulvovaginitis/balanoposthitis.The clinical findings were:In cows ,swelling and redding of the vulva,sticky exudate appearing on most vulva's hair of the heifers with pustule formation.Most of the pregnant cows aborted.In,bulls reddening of the prepuse a...
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Studies of an outbreak of cutaneous myiasis in domestic animals were conducted.A total of affected cows and calves,3 buffaloes,66 sheep and lambs,15 goats and 3 dogs were used in this study.The identified etiological agent was Chrysomya bezziana.Pyrexia,anaroxia,irritation,lameness and lose of body weight of affected animals werw found.A main obser...
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Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis IBR virus was succesfully isolated in calf cell culture from ocular specimens of(256) 6_8 months old calves infected keratocngectivitis in an outbreak of the disease appeared in Al_Dejailia farm station South Baghdad.The isolated virus was cultivated on calf kidney culture and Vero cell line.It produced cytopathic...
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A six months survey(2_8/1994) was carried out to determine nocardial mastitis in cattle in certain dairy herds.A total 126 milk samples collected from mastitic cows and milk tank.Of which 10 from Al_Khalis station,15 from Al _Wahda station,6 from White Gold village,90 frm Al_Dejaila station and 5 from milk tank.Examination of the ssmples results in...
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Immune responses to the rinderpest virus vaccine were studied in25 calves (3_months old) naturally infected with theilria and non_ infected 25 colves (3_months old) as a control group.The immune response to rinderpest virus vaccine befor vaccination and 21 days post_ vaccination were exsmined by serum neutrilization test on tissue culture.The resul...
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This communication documents an outbreak of mange in dairy buffaloes and buffalo calves.The main findings of the disease in dairy buffaloes were : Wrinkled,hyperkeratotic and alopecia skin of the neck,while that of the tail and head was also covered with scales and crusts, with lesions being most marked on the base of the horn.The morbidity rate wa...
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With a view to determine the prevelance of salmonellosis in calves in Baghdad,a systematic survey was conducted, involving calves herds located in two different regions of Baghdad.This study, though limited,revealed that the overall incidence of salmonellosis was 29.01%(33.33%in White Gold herd and24.30%in Al_Futhalia herd ).This study also reveale...
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this report documents an outbreak of glanders in foals as well as in adults , The clinical findings of the diseases in foals were characterized by the appearance of nodules which tended to break down and discharging a thick viscid honeylike pus hearvily laden with glanders organisms while in adults most of the examined animals showed the pulmonary...
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This report documents an outbreak of contagious ecthyma in adult sheep with high morbidity and low mortality.The clinical findings of the disease were: Severe involvement of the buccal ,gingival,labial and lingual mucosa. The causative agent was isolated in secondry Lamb testis cells and identified by using a reference anti_cotagious ecthyma antise...
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Serum samples collected from 893 sheep and 121 goats were tested srrologically for the presence of Brucrlla antibodies using Rose Bengal plate agglutination test(RBPT).Two hundred and eight sherp(23.3%)and 12 goats(9.9%)sera gave positive reaction to the RBPT.Sera positive to the RBPT were subjected to serum agglutination(SAT). Of these samples,147...
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The strain of infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT virus utilised for these vaccine-development studies was isolated from an outbreak of the disease in Hungary. Inactivating agents tested included beta-propio-lactone, methyleneimine, ethyleneimine EI and formalin. ILT virus preparations inactivated with EI appeared to be the most antigenic when inocul...
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This study was conducted on two flocks of sheep (East - Friesian Breed) suffering from outbreak of Enzootic Ovine Abortion (EOA) in North Palestine. The clinical findings in ewes were abortion in the second half of gestation period, mummified, dead fetuses and stillbirth, pyrexia, anorexia, dark red or clay colored vaginal discharges and retention...
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This study was conducted during an outbreak of infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) in three flocks hyline breed of commercial layers with a total number of 20.000 housed in cage systems in Bal'a , East of Tulkarem . North Palestine .these flocks were previously vaccinated once at 15 weeks age with attenuated vaccine against ILT disease via cloacae ....

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