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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Consiste en aplicar un inmunogeno a base de agentes parasitos atenuados de Babesia bigemina, Babesia bovis y Anaplasma centrale, desarrollado por el Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria (INTA).
Spatial variation of tick abundance and seroconversion rates of indigenous cattle to Anaplasma marginale, Babesia bigemina and Therileria parva infections in Uganda.
bigemina stimulates memory CD4(+) T lymphocyte responses in B.
13.63 percent (33), Babesia bigemina 4.55 percent (11), Babesia bigemina + Anaplasma marginale 1.24 percent (3), Babesia bigemina + Theileria sp., 1.24 percent (3) Microfilaria of Seteria sp., 1.24 percent (3), Babesia bigemina + Microfilaria of Seteria sp., (0.41 percent) and Babesia bigemina + Anaplasma marginale + Theileria sp (0.41 percent, 1) were recorded.
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.
Female Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) were abundant from September to April and could transmit Babesia bigemina, in addition to anorexia and anemia in case of severe infestation [27].
Mohammed, "Haemoparasites identification in two dairy cattle farms in Khartoum State with reference of Babesia bigemina: molecular confirmation," The Sudan Journal of Veterinary Research, vol.
bigemina, unstable and endemic in the east of the country (10); no data are available on B.