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14I5IO06 - Production, pathology and therapy of farm animals 2

Course specification
Course titleProduction, pathology and therapy of farm animals 2
Acronym14I5IO06
AcronymVeterinary Medicine
Module
Type of studyIntegrated academic studies
Lecturer (for classes)
  1. prof. dr Ivan Vujanac
  2. prof. dr Jovan Bojkovski
  3. doc. dr Radiša Prodanović
Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
  1. prof. dr Ivan Vujanac
  2. prof. dr Jovan Bojkovski
  3. doc. dr Radiša Prodanović
  4. as. dr Sreten Nedić
Lecturer/Associate (for OTC)
    ESPB10.0Status
    ConditionPrerequisite not needed
    The goalProduction, pathology and treatment of farm animals is aimed at upgrading theoretical knowledge and practical work, preparing students for a more efficient and direct incorporation of clinical practice. Students should be trained for independent work in clinical pathology and treatment of farm animals (poultry, pigs and cattle), through mandatory theoretical and practical lessons on basic studies, the practical training of electoral subjects, clinical practice and summer internship
    The outcomeProduction, pathology and treatment of farm animals is compulsory electoral subject for which students choose according to their own choice upon enrollment in the seventh semester and attend classes, according to pre-established plan, until the end of the tenth semester. After completing this Module students take their final exams and defend their thesis before a commission consisting of professors from the compulsory subjects. Students should know: behavioral problems in farm animals in veterinary practice, zootechnical principles that can be applied to farm animals, a clinical nutrition of farm animals, pharmacotherapy, reproduction and diseases of farm animals.
    Contents
    Contents of lecturesTB1. Behavioral disorders in farm animals (15). TB2. Management of veterinary practice (15). TB3. Zoohygiene of farm animals (15) Zoohygiene hygiene in poultry; Zoohygiene hygiene in pig production; Zoohygiene hygiene in cattle; TB4. Clinical nutrition of farm animals (15) Clinical nutrition of poultry; Clinical nutrition of pig; Clinical nutrition of cattle; TB5. Diseases of poultry (15).
    Contents of exercisesPractical training is taught at individual departments of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine involved in teaching, and also in teaching bases outside the Faculty (poultry, pigs and cattle farm) .TB1. Behavioral disorders in farm animals (15): Practical presentation and analysis of the causes of changes and behavioral disorders in farm animals, prevention and correction of changes and behavioral problems in farm animals. TB2. Management of veterinary practice (15): Application of financial management in the veterinary practice. TB3. Zoohygiene of farm animals (30): Demonstration of hygienic and technological and technical measures in farm conditions. TB4. Clinical nutrition of farm animals (30) Clinical nutrition poultry, pigs and ruminants - practical case studies. TB5. Diseases of poultry (30): practical case studies.
    Literature
    1. Dam Radenković- Damnjanović, 2004 Textbook in zoohygiene , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, pp. 225.
    2. Asaj A .: Hygiene on the farm and in the environment, Medical Biochemists, Zagreb 2003.
    3. Brana Radenković-Damnjanović, Radislav Teodorović,: Zoohygiene; authorized lectures page. 207,, 2007.
    4. Vučinić Marijana: Behaviour, welfare and protection of animals. University textbook, VCS, page 388. 2004
    5. Vucinic, Marijana: Pathological behavior disorders of farm animals. Handout, page 147, 2007.
    6. Matejic and Knezevic: Diseases of poultry; Palic, Raić, Nikolic: poultry disease and eating disorders.
    7. Radmila Resanović, Todor Palic, Zoran Rasic, Zora Nikolic and Ljubomir Simonovic Diseases cage birds, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Belgrade, 2009.
    8. Tesic M .: Management in Veterinary Practice, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Belgrade, 2007.
    9. Ševković N., S. Pribićević, Rajic L: Animal nutrition, Scientific book, Belgrade, in 1986.
    10. Schafer, D. Sinovec Z., 2008: General Nutrition
    Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
    LecturesExercisesOTCStudy and ResearchOther classes
    36
    Methods of teachingClasses will be organized at the Faculty Departments, through a series of coherent thematic blocks (TB) organized through several week duration. Theoretical teaching is based on intensive use of illustrated and interactive materials as well as archived medical records of University Clinics. Practical lessons are held at Clinics with special emphasis on the direct involvement of students in all aspects of the current clinical work, under the supervision and guidance of the teacher.
    Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
    Pre obligationsPointsFinal examPoints
    Activites during lectures20Test paper30
    Practical lessons50Oral examination
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