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The following is a list of some of the pathogens that V-18 and FAM-30 have tested to be effective. Exact dilution rates are shown.

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PATHOGEN

SOURCE & ASSOCIATED DISEASE

Effective Dilution
Acinetobacter calcoaceticus

 

B Causes chronic respiratory symptoms. Found in soil, water and sewage, Cause of Bovine Spongi form Enteropathy (neurological disorder). In dogs causes fever, GI, Respiratory and neurological distress. 1:83

 

Actinobacillus equuli B Causative agents of nephritis and arthritis in foals and piglets. Cause of actinobacilliosis in swine. 1:320
Adenovirus V Common resipratory infection in rats, mice and hamsters. Causes of Egg Drop Syndrome 1:33
African Swine Fever V Caused by Iridovirus, Indemic in most of So.Africa & Iberian Peninsula of Europe. 1:1200

 

Artervirus V PRRS (Blue Ear disease) in swine 1:180
Aspergillus fumigatus (Mycotoxicosis) F Causes acute and chronic infection of the respiatory system.  The spores may cause allergic reactions in man resulting in hay fever or asthma. Causes moist, crusted area of head and trunk in rabbits from contaminated bedding. 1:100
Aujeszky's Disease Virus V Herpes Virus that causes Pseudorabies, Mad-Itch and Pseudohydrophobia. Affects feral swine, domestic livestock, dogs and cats. 1:125
Bacillus Anthracis B

Anthrax

FAM 30 is approved by the UK Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food for disinfection against anthrax (Bacillus anthracis) at the 'General Orders' dilutions of   1:180

This however is a qualified recommendation and only exisits against the Bacterial form of the organism.;
Anthrax exisits in two forms, firstly a spore , in which the organism is dormant and extremly hard to destroy and secondly  after exposure to moiture and nutrient ( such as skin contact) the spore changes into a bacterium , which is very nasty, but which is easier to kill
The ministry recommendation is for the bacterium form only 

We have not had Fam 30 tested against Anthrax in the spore form and it is probable that the dilution would need to be almost neat,  for a contact time of several hours .

When Diluted at 1;180 Fam 30 could be used to disinfect any surface or equipment which may have come into contact with microbial contamination

However, care should be taken with aluminium  which must be rinsed with clean water afer contact with Fam 30 .since residues may tarnish lustrous metal finishes.
Fam 30 is also not suitable for continuous skin contact at strong dilution levels due to its low PH and must be washed off with clean water .

1:180
Bacillus cereus B Commonly found in soil, may be opportunistic pathogens causing yolk sac infection in poultry 1:640
Bacteroides necrophorus B Causes Bovine liver abscess
Bordatella bronchiseptica B Occurs in dogs (causing kennel cough) and other animals, and infrequently causes a respiratory tract infection in man. Cause of rhinitis in pigs. Common in guinea pigs.  Opportunistic in dogs, rabbits, rats, cats, swine, birds, humans and primates. Causes Atrophic rhinitis in pigs 1:150

 

Brucella abortus Causes abortion and infertility in cattle
Calf Rotavirus V Causes diarrhea 1:75
Campylobacter sputorum/jejuni B Cause of diarrhea in horses. Cause of porcine intestinal adenomatosis. enteritis, PIA 1:100
Candida albicans F Pathogenic for man causing thrush, vaginitis and broncho-candidiasis. Piglet diarrhoea 1:100
Clostridium tetani B Commonly present in feces of animals, causes tetanus 1:50
Contagious Pustular Dermatitis V Infectious disease of sheep and goats characterized by pustules on lips and muzzle. 1:50
Corynebacterium B Pseudotuberculosis.Found in soil and manure.Opportunistic in rats and mice. Causes ocular or nasal discharge, arthritis, skin abcesses.
Corynebacterium pyogenes B Causes mastitis, liver abscess, foot rot in sheep.Found in moldy feed.
Dermatophilus congolensis F Cause of rain scald and mud fever in horses
Enterobacter gergoviae B 1:80
Enterococcus hirae B Commonly present in feces of animals
Escherichia coli B Occurs in the intestinal tract of animals and is common in soil and water. Can cause urinary tract and enteric diseases and arthritis in sheep. Causes septicemia and diarrhea in pigs and coli-septicemia in chickens, particularly broilers. Cause of mastitis in dairy cattle and colibacillosis in calves. 1:100
Epidermophyton floccosum F
Escherichia coli B Occurs in the intestinal tract of animals and is common in soil and water, can cause urinary tract and enteric diseases. Cause of coli-septicaemia in chickens, particularly in broilers. Causes Colibacillosis and bowel oedema in pigs. 1:160

 

Footh and Mouth Disease (Picornavirus) V Acute, highly contagious infection of cloven-hooved animals. Natural hosts are cattle, swine, sheep, goats, water buffalo, bison, deer, antelope, wild swine, reindeer, llama, chamois, alpaca, vicuna, griaffes, elephants, elk, camels, capybara, moles, voles, rats, and hedgehogs.   Can be transmitted to mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, embryonating chicken eggs, chickens, chinchilla, muskrats, grizzly bears, armadillos and peccaries.  Horse is resistant. 1:550

 

FAM 30 only has been tested

Fowl Infectious Bronchitis V Viral infection of the respiratory system of chickens. Causes rales, coughing and sneezing. 1:55
Fowl Inclusion Hepatitis virus V Acute, highly contagious viral disease of ducks, geese and turkeys. 1:163
Hog Cholera (Swine Fever) Togavirus V Highly infectious viral disease of swine with a worldwide distribution. 1:180
Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis V Causes upper respiratory infections in cattle, bronchial pneumonia, abortions, still births, encephalitis in 1-3 month old calves. Oral and gastric lesions in newborns. 1:200
Klebsiella aerogenes B 1:80
Klebsiella pneumoniae B Opportunistic pathogens causing mastitis in dairy cattle. Cause of metritis (venereal disease), rhinitis. 1:80
Lamb Rotavirus V 1:75
Listeria monocytogenes B Cause of listeriosis characterized by meningitis, encephalitis, abortion or septicemia 1:250
Microsporum gypseum, audouinii, canis, etc. F Microsporum species are pathogens of man and other animal species causing ringworm 1:100
Mucor haemalis F Found in hay 1:200
Mycobacterium spp B Tuberculosis in exotic birds and chickens 1:30
Newcastle Disease V Avian pneumonencephalitis. Causes coughing, sneezing and rales in domestic poultry and other birds. 1:125
Nocardia asteroides B Found in soil, water and sewage. Opportunistic pathogens causing pulmonary or neural disease in dogs, cats and horses. 1:1000
Parainfluenza V Affects swine, rodents, and dogs 1:50
Pasteurella multocida

 

B Pathogenic organisms. Cause of fowl cholera in poultry, pastuerellosis may occur in many animal species. Causes Atrophic rhinitis and Pasteurellosis in pigs. 1:160
Proteus morganii (Morganella morganii) B Found in feces of humans and animals, opportunistic pathogens causing respiratory tract, wound and urinary tract infections. 1:160
Proteus vulgaris B Widely distributed in the environment, may cause yolk sac infection in poultry.wound and abscess infections. 1:80

 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa B Occurs in soil and water. Important opportunistic pathogens, causing urinary tract and wound infections, mastitis in cattle, wet dewlap("green chin") in rabbits. Causes chronic pneumonia, pyelonephritis, mastitis, enteritis and vaginitis. 1:80

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Rabies (Rhabdovirus) V Cause of acute encephalitis in all warm blooded hosts. Although all species of mammals are suseptible, most common in raccoons, skunks, foxes, coyotes & bats. Less common in ferrets. 1:125
Rhodococcus equi B Found in soil, herbivore dung and the intestinal tract of cows, horses, sheep and pigs.  Causes bronchopneumonia in foals. 1:160
Salmonella arizonae B Cause of arizonosis in turkeys 1:80
Salmonella cholera-suis B Cause of septicemia, acute and chronic enteritis
Salmonella enteritidis B Cause of salmonellosis in poultry and food poisoning in man 1:80
Salmonella gallinarum B Causal agents of enteric disease in fowl 1:80
Salmonella pullorum B Cause of pullorum disease of bacillary white diarrhea in fowl 1:80
Salmonella typhimurium B Cause of salmonellosis in poultry and food poisoning in man. Cause of septicemia and abortion in sheep. 1:160
Serratia marcescens B Causes cystitis, blood and central nervous system infections 1:80
Shigella boydi B Causes diarrhea 1:80
Shigella sonnei B Causes diarrhea in humans and primates
Staphylococcus aureus B Occur as pathogens of man and animals causing arthiritis in poultry. Occur as pathogens of sheep, swine and rabbits causing wound infections and mastitis. Can be found in moldy feed. Cause of Mushy Chick syndrome. Cause of rat dermatitis that can result from tail biting. 1:640
Streptococcus Agalactiae B Major cause of Bovine intramammary infection 1:3200
Streptococcus dysgalactiae B Causes mastitis in cattle and is spread from cow to cow during milking 1:5120
Streptococcus equi B Cause of equine strangles 1:2560
Streptococcus equisimilis B Occur as pathogens of animals causing neonatal infection 1:2560
Streptococcus faecalis B Part of intestinal flora of all animals; in young birds it is a cause of egg-transmitted, yolk-sac infection or of imaciation. In mature birds it is the cause of endocarditis. 1:80
Streptococcus porcinus B Causes of abscesses in the pharyngeal region 1:160
Streptococcus pyogenes Cause of outbreaks of pneumonia and septicemia in breeding colonies of guinea pigs.
Streptococcus suis B Cause of pneumonia in pigs. Associated with epidemic outbreaks of meningitis, septicemia and arthritis in pigs. 1:80
Streptococcus uberis B 1:2560
Streptococcus zooepidemicus B Occur as pathogens of animals causing lymphangitis in  foals. Causes septicemia in sheep. 1:2560
Swine Vesicular Disease V Picornavirus 1:600
Talfan enterovirus V Severe form of encephalomyelitis of pigs 1:25
Transmissible Gastro-enteritis V Coronavirus 1:40
Trichophyton rubrum, mentagrophytes F Trichophyton species occur as soil saprophytes and as parasites and pathogens in the skin, hair and nails of man and other animals. Cause of Athlete's Foot. Ringworm 1:100
Tubercla bacillus
Vibrio cholerae 1:160

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