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MARCH/APRIL 2017 THE RIDER /31


Confirmed case of equine infectious anemia


The Directorate of


Animal Health (DSA) of the Ministry of Agricul- ture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) wishes to in- form veterinary doctors, horse owners and all stakeholders in the equine industry, A case of equine infectious anemia (IAE) in the Lanaudière region on January 18, 2017. The animal showed no clinical sign of disease at the time of the screening test car- ried out for displacement. The Canadian Food


Inspection Agency (CFIA) undertook the epi- demiological investiga- tion and tracing of horses at risk for exposure. The horses of two stables are quarantined since Friday, January 13, 2017 and will undergo screening tests. The positive horse will be euthanized or placed in permanent quarantine. IAS is an infectious


viral disease that can be fatal. Insects such as horse flies, stable flies and deer flies are important vectors in the spread of the dis- ease. Most infected ani- mals remain carriers of the virus for life and may be a source of infection for other animals. This disease presents no risk to human health. In Canada, the dis-


ease is considered a spo- radic disease in equidae. The prevalence in horses that have been tested is extremely low. Quebec has not detected any cases since 2011. The IAD is a re- disease


portable


(MADO). Any suspicion of MADO should be re-


ported immediately to the CFIA district office in your area under the Health of Animals Act. In ad- dition, according to the Regula- tion respecting the designation of contagious or parasitic diseases, infectious agents or syndromes, a declaration must also be made


without delay to the MAPAQ sig- naling center by calling 1 844 ANIMALS. CFIA issues on its website


the number of animals affected by a notifiable disease and the table is updated on the tenth day of each month.


Source: Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Animal Warning and Information Net- work, RAIZO


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