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|Statement||by Edgar Crookshank|
|Contributions||Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p., ii folded plates :|
|Number of Pages||26|
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An Investigation of an Outbreak of Cow-Pox in Wiltshire, with a Comparative Account of some Previous Outbreaks in England, Germany, and France By Edgar Crookshank Topics: ArticlesAuthor: Edgar Crookshank.
AN INVESTIGATION OF AN OUTBREAK OF COW-POX IN WILTSHIRE, WITH A COMPARATIVE ACCOUNT OF SOME PREVIOUS OUTBREAKS IN ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND FRANCB. BY PROFESSOR EDGAR CROOKSHANK, M.B., Of King's College, London.
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Author(s): Crookshank,Edgar M(Edgar March), Title(s): An investigation of an outbreak of cow-pox in Wiltshire: with a comparative account of some previous outbreaks in England, Germany, and France/ by Professor Edgar Crookshank.
Swindon, in Wiltshire in the southwest of England, has a population ofThe outbreaks at varying workplace locations across the town. InEdgar Crookshank published his investigations of a cowpox outbreak in Wiltshire, a location relatively close to Gloucestershire.
He discarded the possibility that the outbreak originated directly from horses and argued that the main mode of dissemination was by mechanical transfer by milkmaids from diseased horses to healthy cows, just.
Small pox and cow pox, by Auzias-Turenne. Cow pox at Eysines (Laforêt) (first outbreak),by C. Dubreuilh. Cow pox at Eysines (second outbreak),and at Cérons,by A.
Layet. Outbreak of cow pox near Cricklade (Wiltshire),by E. Crookshank. AN INVESTIGATION OF AN OUTBREAK OF COW-POX IN WILTSHIRE, WITH A COMPARATIVE ACCOUNT OF SOME PREVIOUS OUTBREAKS IN ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND PRANCE.
By PROFESSOR EDGAR CROOKSHANK, M.B., Of King's College, London. In the course of an investigation undertaken on behalf of the Agricultural Department of the Privy Council into the micro. The outbreak was shown to be caused by cowpox virus. Cowpox virus is believed to circulate in small wild animals, but the source of infection was not traced despite virological and serological tests on 93 captive and wild animals.
Sub-clinical infections did not occur in susceptible contact cheetahs. Immune globulin did not influence the. Cowpox disease, which is evident from the ulcers on the teats of cows, had been known as a disease of cows for hundreds of years; human cowpox occurred as a self-contained localized ulcer on the hands or at other sites where scratches or abrasions allowed entry of the virus.
The preventive effect of vaccination, or intentional inoculation with the vaccinia virus, was demonstrated by Edward. CORONAVIRUS cases have risen to at the locked-down vegetable farm in Herefordshire.
Herefordshire Council and Public Health England (PHE) Midlands say. PUBLIC Health England (PHE) has issued hygiene and food preparation advice to people in Wiltshire after an outbreak of E-coli.
It says there are 19 cases reported, of which eight are confirmed cases, across three counties - Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Avon and. An investigation of an outbreak of cow-pox in Wiltshire, with a comparative account of some previous outbreaks in England, Germany, and France.
BMJ. ; 2: Crossref. Four cowpox virus (CPXV) outbreaks occurred in unrelated alpaca herds in Eastern Germany during – All incidents were initially noticed due to severe, generalized, and finally lethal CPXV infections, which were confirmed by testing of tissue and serum samples.
As CPXV-infection has been described in South American camelids (SACs) only three times, all four herds were investigated to. AN ARGUMENT between a cyclist and a driver in Old Town ended with the cyclist falling on the car's bonnet as the motorist tried to drive away.
A man in his 50s from Swindon was later arrested by police on suspicion of dangerous driving. He has since been released from custody under investigation.
A police investigation into reports that a man “tried to snatch” a child from a play area in Royal Wootton Bassett continues, Wiltshire Police has said. Police were called on Sunday after a woman, 20s, said a man had approached her two-year-old daughter in the park near Cloatley Crescent and Churn Way at around am and allegedly tried.A police spokesman said: "Three people were arrested yesterday following two warrants executed across Swindon and Wiltshire.
"Led by the South West Regional Organised Crime Unit but supported by local officers, warrants were executed in Lightning Road in Calne and William Morris Way in Swindon.Self-Assessment Quiz.
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