Detection of subtypes of influenza A viruses, such as H3N2, H1N2 and pandemic H1N1(2009) has increased. Effects of these pathogens on swine production have an economic impact and heightened the awareness of all stakeholders as a major cause of swine disease and significant risk of zoonosis.
The recent detection of novel subtypes of influenza A influenza A, such as H3N2, H1N2 and H1N2 and pandemic H1N1 in pigs, has increased the effects of this agent on pig production and heightened awareness as a major cause of swine disease and significant risk of zoonosis.
This paper by Greg Wideman of South West Ontario Veterinary Services provides an overview of the impact of influenza A on pig producers and pig veterinarians.
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