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The development of laboratory supported disease investigation system in developing countries: the Indonesian experience Proceedings

by Sukobagyo Poedjomartono; Unruh, D.H.A; Singapore Veterinary Association, Singapore (Singapur); 4. International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics Singapore (Singapur) 18-22 Nov 1985.
Publisher: Singapore (Singapur) 1986Description: p. 189-192.ISBN: 9971846322.Subject(s): LABORATORIOS | SERVICIOS VETERINARIOS | DIAGNOSTICO DE LABORATORIO | CONTROL DE ENFERMEDADES | EXPLOTACION EN PEQUENA ESCALA | PAISES EN DESARROLLO | ESTUDIOS DE CASOS | INDONESIA | LABORATORIES | VETERINARY SERVICES | LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS | DISEASE CONTROL | SMALL FARMS | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | INDONESIA | LABORATOIRE | SERVICE VETERINAIRE | DIAGNOSTIC DE LABORATOIRE | CONTROLE DE MALADIES | PETITE EXPLOITATION AGRICOLE | PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT | INDONESIESummary: Public veterinary practice as seen in developing countries requires an administrative approach to animal health, a strong emphasis on planned disease prevention in local, regional and national group of small farms, and competition for limited public funds with justification for their use. Laboratories need to take into account the information needs of the public approach to delivery of animal health services. This requires an active investigational method of looking at disease problems by the laboratories with approaches that are different from traditional laboratories
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Public veterinary practice as seen in developing countries requires an administrative approach to animal health, a strong emphasis on planned disease prevention in local, regional and national group of small farms, and competition for limited public funds with justification for their use. Laboratories need to take into account the information needs of the public approach to delivery of animal health services. This requires an active investigational method of looking at disease problems by the laboratories with approaches that are different from traditional laboratories

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