Improving Mastitis Treatments by Targeted Antimicrobial Therapy

Published on: 10/17/2016
Author/s : Pamela L. Ruegg, DVM, MPVM, University of WI, Dept. of Dairy Science, Madison WI

Introduction Control of mastitis caused by Streptococcus agalactiae and Staphylococcus aureus has resulted in reductions in bulk tank somatic cell count (SCC) but many herds continue to struggle with treatment of clinical mastitis caused by environmental pathogens. On many modern dairy farms, mastitis is caused by an increasingly diverse group of opportunistic pathogens (Figure 1). Common environ...

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Jose Ferrer
Presidente
Florida, United States
Re: Improving Mastitis Treatments by Targeted Antimicrobial Therapy
17/10/2016 | This is an excellent paper. We at Agranco, Corp. USA,
Have developed MAST-EX, oral treatment of Mastitis,
via feed, that successfully addresses the premise of this
Paper.
José E Ferrer,PhD
President
Agranco Corp. USA
WWW.AGRANCO.USA
Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy
Professor of veterinary pharmacology
Re: Improving Mastitis Treatments by Targeted Antimicrobial Therapy
18/10/2016 | Antimicrobial therapy is necessary and required in the majority of udder affections, but this category of drugs are not sufficient alone. Many other drugs and procedures are required to obtain effective and rapid therapy. There are 42 causes of clinical mastitis. The cause must be identified by expert veterinarian, but isolation then identification of the causative micro-organism delay antimicrobial therapy.
Hafiz Wasi Khan
agronomist
Re: Improving Mastitis Treatments by Targeted Antimicrobial Therapy
19/10/2016 | worth reading paper regarding therapy to control biggest threat to livestock sector
Rudra Desai
Animal Nutritionist
Re: Improving Mastitis Treatments by Targeted Antimicrobial Therapy
19/10/2016 | Best way to treat mastitis with immunomodulatory feed supplements without antimicrobials successfully treated with best results
Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy
Professor of veterinary pharmacology
Re: Improving Mastitis Treatments by Targeted Antimicrobial Therapy
19/10/2016 | Clinical Mastitis is easily occurs, therefore, it needs expert veterinarian which can identify the causes of this affection . If these requirements are present, all clinical mastitis cases can be treated with 100 % efficacy within 24 - 36 hours for all forms of acute mastitis and 7 - 9 days for peracute forms. Treatment of Clinical Mastitis requires knowledge of many veterinary branches. A veterinarian can becomes a pioneer in all aspects of clinical mastitis if he know the following :
- Causes of clinical mastitis under field conditions (42 causes)
- The pharmacological lines of treatment of clinical mastitis
- Good knowledge of veterinary sciences .
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