Swine Disease Reporting System Report #39

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2021-05-07
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Trevisan, Giovani
Linhares, Daniel
Linhares, Daniel
Magalhaes, Edison
Crim, Bret
Dubey, Poonam
Schwartz, Kent
Burrough, Eric
Gauger, Phillip
Pineyro, Pablo
Siepker, Christopher
Main, Rodger
Thurn, Mary
Lages, Paulo
Corzo, Cesar
Torrison, Jerry
McGaughey, Rob
Herrman, Eric
Pogranichniy, Roman
Palinski, Rachel
Henningson, Jamie
Greseth, Jon
Kersey, Darren
Clement, Travis
Christopher-Hennings, Jane
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What is the Swine Disease Reporting System (SDRS)? SDRS includes multiple projects that aggregate data from participating veterinary diagnostic laboratories (VDLs) in the United States of America (USA), and reports the major findings to the swine industry. Our goal is to share information on endemic and emerging diseases affecting the swine population in the USA, assisting veterinarians and producers in making informed decisions on disease prevention, detection, and management.

After aggregating information from participating VDLs and summarizing the data, we ask the input of our advisory group, which consists of veterinarians and producers across the USA swine industry. The intent is to provide an interpretation of the observed data, and summarize the implications to the industry. Major findings are also discussed in monthly podcasts. All SDRS reports and podcasts are available at www.fieldepi.org/SDRS.

The SDRS projects are: Swine Health Information Center (SHIC)-funded Domestic Swine Disease Surveillance Program: collaborative project among multiple VDLs, with the goal to aggregate swine diagnostic data and report in an intuitive format (web dashboards and monthly PDF report), describing dynamics of pathogen detection by PCRbased assays over time, specimen, age group, and geographical area. Data is from the Iowa State University VDL, South Dakota State University ADRDL, University of Minnesota VDL, and Kansas State University VDL.

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