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dc.contributor.advisorLópez Flores, Alicia María
dc.contributor.authorCubas Oblitas, Ronal
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dc.description.abstractEl objetivo de la investigación fue Medir la prevalencia de Anaplasma sp. en caninos, mediante la prueba rápida de ELISA (SNAP 4Dx Plus Test) en el distrito de Tarapoto, llevándose a cabo en el distrito de Tarapoto, provincia y región de San Martín, se realizó un Diseño No Experimental, basado en categorías, conceptos, variables, sucesos, comunidades o contextos, la muestra total a considerar es de 134 canes, sobre esta base hemos tomado una submuestra de 65 canes del distrito de Tarapoto, se tomaron muestras de 3 clínicas, se tomaron 2 ml aproximadamente de sangre de la vena cefálica y fueron depositadas en tubos vacutainer con anticoagulante, luego se procedio al análisis - Snap 4Dx Plus Test para anaplasmosis, registrándose el resultado del la prueba, así mismo se registro con una ficha clínica, las variables a considerar como el sexo, edad, procedencia, grado de instrucción del dueño y la exposición a la calle del perro, dada la naturaleza de las variables se realizó una prueba estadística no paramétrica de Chi Cuadrado, La prevalencia de la Anaplasma sp. en el presente trabajo fue de 43 ± 12.52 %, las razas de los perros no predisponen a la presencia de la enfermedad (p. valor = 0,691), la presencia de la enfermedad tiene mayor prevalencia la edad comprendida entre 9-19 meses de edad, sin embargo la relación entre edad y la presencia de la enfermedad es no significativa (p. valor = 0,746), la prevalencia es la misma en los sexos, lo cual sugiere que no existe una predisposición de la enfermedad por sexo del animal.es_PE
dc.description.abstractThe objective of the research was to measure the prevalence of Anaplasma sp. In canines, by means of the rapid ELISA test (SNAP 4Dx Plus Test) in the district of Tarapoto, being carried out in the district of Tarapoto, province and region of San Martín, a Non-Experimental Design was carried out, based on categories, concepts, variables, events, communities or contexts, the total sample to consider is 134 dogs, on this basis we have taken a subsample of 65 dogs from the district of Tarapoto, samples were taken from 3 clinics, approximately 2 ml of blood was taken from the vein cephalic and were deposited in vacutainer tubes with anticoagulant, then the analysis was carried out - Snap 4Dx Plus Test for anaplasmosis, registering the result of the test, likewise recording with a clinical file, the variables to consider such as sex, age, origin , degree of instruction of the owner and exposure to the street of the dog, given the nature of the variables, a non-parametric Chi Square statistical test was carried out, The prevalence of Anaplasma sp . In the present work it was 43 ± 12.52%, the breeds of dogs do not predispose to the presence of the disease (p. value = 0.691), the presence of the disease is more prevalent in the age between 9-19 months of age However, the relationship between age and the presence of the disease is not significant (p. value = 0.746), the prevalence is the same in the sexes, which suggests that there is no predisposition of the disease by sex of the animal.es_PE
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dc.publisherUniversidad Nacional de San Martín - Tarapotoes_PE
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dc.sourceUniversidad Nacional de San Martín - Tarapotoes_PE
dc.sourceRepositorio de Tesis - UNSM - Tes_PE
dc.subjectprevalencia, anaplasmosis, perroses_PE
dc.subjectprevalence, anaplasmosis.es_PE
dc.titleDeterminación de la Prevalencia de Anaplasma sp en Caninos Mediante la Prueba Rápida de ELISA (Snap 4dx plus test) en Cinco Distritos de la Provincia de San Martín (Tarapoto, La Banda de Shilcayo, Morales, Juan Guerra y Cacatachi)es_PE
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thesis.degree.disciplineMedicina Veterinariaes_PE
thesis.degree.grantorUniversidad Nacional de San Martín - Tarapoto.Facultad de Ciencias Agrariases_PE
thesis.degree.nameMédico Veterinarioes_PE
thesis.degree.programTítulo Profesionales_PE
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