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ДЕЗІНФЕКЦІЙНІ ЗАСОБИ, СУЧАСНА ХАРАКТЕРИСТИКА ТА БЕЗПЕЧНІСТЬ ПРИ ЗАСТОСУВАННІ У ТВАРИННИЦТВІ

Ветеринарне благополуччя тваринницьких ферм, комплексів і птахофабрик багато в чому залежить від регулярного та ретельного проведення ветеринарно-санітарних заходів. Серед заходів, що спрямовані на попередження заразних хвороб тварин і боротьбу з ними, важливе місце займає дезінфекція. Під поняттям дезінфекції розуміють комплекс заходів щодо знищення у середовищі життєдіяльності людини, тварин і птиці збудників інфекційних хвороб. Основне завдання дезінфекції – розірвати епізоотичний ланцюг шляхом дії на його важливу ланку – фактори передачі збудника захворювання від джерела інфекції до сприйнятливого організму. У більшості випадків існуючі препарати та рекомендації щодо їх застосування були розраховані на великі товарні та промислові комплекси, які неповністю відповідають вимогам дрібних фермерських господарств. Більшість препаратів, що широко застосовуються, є токсичними як для людей, так і тварин (розчин натрію чи калію їдкого, хлорне вапно, фенол та інші), тому їх потрібно обережно використовувати, щоб запобігти отруєнню.

Ключові слова: ветеринарне благополуччя, ветеринарно-санітарні заходи, джерело збудника інфекції, фактори передачі збудника, сприйнятливість організму, комплекс заходів, завдання дезінфекції, дезінфікуючий засіб, тварини, безпечна та якісна продукція.

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