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Choosing the correct Trichomonosis diagnostic protocol

Choosing the correct Trichomonosis diagnostic protocol

Choosing the correct Trichomonosis diagnostic protocol

Dietmar Holm BVSc (Pret), MSc (VetSci)(Pret), PhD (Pret)
Dietmar Holm BVSc (Pret), MSc (VetSci)(Pret), PhD (Pret)
on behalf of The South African Veterinary Association

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Launch date: 11 May 2015

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This article provides an overview of the available Trychomonosis tests, with guidelines on how to approach the diagnosis of the infection.

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This module will enable you to understand the following:-
• Sensitivity of diagnostic tests
• Specificity of diagnostic tests
• Interaction of true prevalence and predictive values
• Approach to diagnosis of Trichomonosis
Dietmar Holm BVSc (Pret), MSc (VetSci)(Pret), PhD (Pret)

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Dietmar Holm BVSc (Pret), MSc (VetSci)(Pret), PhD (Pret)
on behalf of The South African Veterinary Association

Professor Dietmar Holm was raised in Hartbeespoort, near Pretoria in South Africa and qualified as veterinarian at the University of Pretoria in 1998. After spending five years in private practice, he returned to Onderstepoort in 2003 for an academic career in production animal medicine and obtained the degree MSc in Veterinary Science cum laude in 2006 and a PhD in 2014. The title of his thesis was " Early determination of the reproductive potential of beef heifers using reproductive tract scoring, pelvimetry and transrectal ultrasonography."

He has published a number of peer-reviewed scientific papers and presented more than 20 scientific papers at local and international congresses. His research interests are all linked to bovine reproduction, including early determination of reproductive potential of beef heifers and assisted reproductive technologies. He is actively involved in the veterinary community, where his passion is to promote the impact that veterinarians can have on food production.

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  • South African Veterinary Council (SAVC)
  • 1.00 Points -
    Reference number: AC/0933/12

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