Reference Code I/2-56
Title What we should know about anthrax
Synopsis Sick people at the civil hospital from the outbreak of disease (anthrax), which is usually noticeable. The wound in the patient’s eye is swollen, in some cases the jaw, face, etc. This microbe comes from the bloated cattle when they are slaughtered, from washing the wool and from combing the animals. Hospital laboratories taking a sample from the patient and performing analyses. They do the tests on mice. The first mouse died and the second did not. Patients with eruptions are given serum with penicillin, etc. One patient has recovered, but with a defect in the eyelid. After an operation, the eye comes into healthy conditions . The cured patient is being discharged from the hospital, but even on the mountain where he keeps the sheep, he takes the doctor’s advice into account. Animals are vaccinated against anthrax, and those who deal with animals are also being vaccinated. They bury the dead animals under the ground. The film ends with sheep grazing on the mountain. Educational film on anthrax disease.
Screenwriter V Nikifarov
Camera Hamdi Ferhati
Editing Vitori Celi
Category Documentaries
Year 1957
Release date 1957
Reels 1
Lenght (in minutes) 8
Country of origin Shqiperi
Shooting locations
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