bigeminal pulse

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bigeminal pulse

[bī′jem·ə·nəl ′pəls]
(physiology)
A pulse that is characterized by a double impulse produced by coupled heartbeats, that is, an extra heartbeat occurs just after the normal beat.
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The female ticks were noted to be abundant transmitted Babesia bigemina to cattle of this region.
bovis as few as 1 in 5000 ticks whereas B bigemina 1 in 500 ticks.
Marufu et al [60] showed that, Nguni cattle had lower seroprevalence for Anaplasma marginale and Babesia bigemina in the cool-dry and hot-wet seasons.
La babesiosis bovina es una enfermedad hemoparasitaria causada por Babesia bovis o Babesia bigemina, las cuales son parasitos del Filo Apicomplexa; Clase Aconoidasida; Orden Piroplasmida; Familia Babesiidae; Genero Babesia [26].
bigemina, considerando que 11 de ellos resultaron positivos para dos o tres de estos agentes etiologicos.
bigemina, unstable and endemic in the east of the country (10); no data are available on B.
The parasitological examination confirmed Babesia bigemina infection.
Immunologic and molecular identification of Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina in free-ranging white-tailed deer in northern Mexico.
bigemina is the primary pathogen and its incidence in indigenous, cross-bred cattle and in buffaloes has been reported frequently since long.
Pentamidine has also been used for the chemoimmunisation of Babesia bigemina infection in cattle and observed that a single dose of Pentamindine led to clinical recovery of splenectomised calves infected with Babesia bigemina [29].