Baermann data

Published: 1 July 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ypnf86gksn.1
Katrine Lundsgaard


Hypothesis: certain breeds and ages of dogs are at higher risk of receiving a positive Baermann examination (A. vasorum, C. vulpis or both). Certain dog breeds and ages are disposed to higher number og nematodes when testing postive. Data showes that specifically age is a significant risk factor in a Baermann testing postive A. vasorum, C. vulpis and postive for both nematodes. Some breed groups har at higher risk then others, but data is not significant Describe your research hypothesis, what your data shows, any notable findings and how the data can be interpreted. Please add sufficient description to enable others to understand what the data is, how it was gathered and how to interpret and use it.



Veterinary Parasitology, Preventive Veterinary Medicine