Gumboro Prevention: all you need to know about Infectious Bursal Disease

calendar icon 8 June 2021
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By: Hipra

HIPRA enter a new era in the prevention of Gumboro disease in poultry with the launch of a new microsite:

All you need to know about Infectious Bursal Disease

As one of the leading companies in vaccines against Gumboro disease, HIPRA has decided to make its knowledge available to all those interested in this subject through a new microsite devoted entirely to improving the prevention of the disease.

Infectious bursal disease is one of the major infectious diseases in the poultry sector, with a worldwide distribution and a high economic impact due to its immunosuppressive effect.

Despite the efforts to combat the disease that have been undertaken over the last 50 years, the unstoppable evolution of the Gumboro virus has not allowed us to lower our guard and has required the application of new control strategies.

The main objective of this microsite is to share updated information, with all professionals in the sector, for continuous improvement in the prevention of the disease.

The new microsite: Gumboro Prevention

The microsite is made up of different sections, such as:

  • Blog: Section dedicated to the dissemination of relevant and updated information in relation to the prevention of Gumboro disease.
  • Webinars: Exclusive training sessions with disease experts on relevant Gumboro prevention topics: diagnostic techniques, vaccination traceability or virus evolution. It also includes the possibility of participating in streamed training sessions.
  • Videos: Contains informative videos to explain, in the simplest way, difficult concepts such as the mechanism of action of vaccines or the molecular diagnosis of the disease.
  • Library: Contains all the articles on Gumboro disease published by HIPRA to date.
  • Services: Information on the services that HIPRA makes available to professionals in the sector for the correct monitoring and execution of Gumboro disease prevention strategies.

With this initiative, HIPRA reinforces its commitment to the prevention of Gumboro disease and shows its support for professionals in the poultry industry.

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