Biological Quality Analyst
Veterinary Drugs and Feed Quality assessment centre, Ethiopia
Tel: +251 961 209851
One of my researches was, on “Prevalence, risk factors and antimicrobial susceptibility test of Staphylococcus auras in Bovine cross breed mastitic milk in and around Asella town, Oromia regional state, southern Ethiopia”. In Ethiopia, including the study area, the information on prevalence and distribution of S. aureus and the sensitivity to commonly used antimicrobials for treatment of S. aureus mastitis was scarce. Therefore, the main interest of the study was aimed at providing information on the prevalence, of an important pathogen, S. aureus, in Bovine cross breed mastitis milk, risk factor and its antibiotic susceptibility. The study was also show that, mastitis caused by S. aureus was one of the major problems of dairy cows in milk production and imposing public health hazard in study area and its antimicrobial susceptibility variability to different antibiotics. Hence every possible control and prevention strategies were recommended to be implemented.
The other research was conducted on trasboundary disease, titled as, “Major Transboundary Disease of Ruminants and their Economic Effect in Ethiopia”. Among other factors affecting the economic benefit of the country from livestock sector, increased outbreaks of highly contagious trans-boundary animal diseases (TADs) was considered as major cause of economy loses. Therefore, the main interest of the paper was to review major trans-boundary disease of ruminants and their economic effect in Ethiopia and the paper was selected as the most impacted research by Global Journal of Medical Research.
Seyoum B., Kafyalew H., Abera B., Abdela N. (2017).Prevalence, risk factors and antimicrobial susceptibility test of Staphylococcus aureus in Bovine cross breed mastitic milk in and around Asella town, Oromia regional state, southern Ethiopia.Acta Trop.177:32-36.
Seyoum B. & Teshome E. (2018). Major Transboundary Disease of Ruminants and their Economic Effect in Ethiopia.
Moti G., Eshetu A., Teshome E., Shiferaw S. and Seyoum B. (2018). Prevalence of poultrycoccidiosis in and around Guder town, West Shewa Zone, Oromia Regional State, Western Ethiopia.