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Author(s)
Tanwar, R. K.
Publisher
Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Ahmedabad, India
Citation
Intas Polivet, 2002, 3, 2, pp 367-374
Abstract

In a retrospective study the antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of 1538 strains of β-haemolysin producing Staphylococcus spp. isolated from dermatitis in dogs at three veterinary clinical microbiology laboratories in Norway during two time periods, 1986-87 and 1993-94 were investigated. None of...

Author(s)
Kruse, H.; Hofshagen, M.; Thoresen, S. I..; Bredal, W. P.; Vollset, I.; Søli, N. E.
Citation
Norsk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1996, 108, 5, pp 307-312
Abstract

Serum phenoxymethylpenicillin concentrations were determined in dogs after oral administration of the potassium salt in three table preparations, the hydrabamine salt in aqueous suspension or chewable tablets, and the benzathine salt in aqueous suspension. Systemic availability was similar for all...

Author(s)
Watson, A. D. J.; Emslie, D. R.; Martin, I. C. A.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 1987, 10, 2, pp 180-183
Abstract

Six clinically normal adult dogs (3 males and 3 females) of various breeds were treated orally on 6 occasions at 1 week intervals with penicillin V at dose rates between 8.8 and 11.4 mg/kg. Each dog was subjected to a different feeding regime (1-4 hours fasting or feeding immediately after dosing)...

Author(s)
Watson, A. D. J.; Emslie, D. R.; Martin, I. C. A.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 1987, 10, 1, pp 90-95
Abstract

Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from skin lesions of a greyhound with a condition that developed rapidly, and was characterized by blisters on the dorsal side of neck and body, which erupted leaving a bald patch. Without correct treatment, such cases may become permanently scarred. Recommended...

Author(s)
Love, D. N.; Davis, P. E.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1980, 21, 6, pp 351-357
Abstract

Furunculosis was most common in Boxers. Some of the strains of Staphylococcus aureus appeared to be coagulase-negative, but they may have produced enough fibrinolysin to inhibit or to lyse the clots. Between 1964 and 1970, the staphylococci became more sensitive to penicillin. Treatments were not...

Author(s)
Quadros, E.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 1974, Supplementum 52, pp 114pp.
Abstract

Single oral doses of 20, 000 or 30, 000 units phenoxymethylpenicillin per kg. body wt. were given to six dogs after fasting (group I) and to another six dogs one hour after feeding (group II). The av. blood levels in group I were 1.70 and 2.77 u./ml. in one hour, 1.28 and 1.12 u./ml. in two hours,...

Author(s)
Rolinski, Z.; Studnicki, W.
Publisher
Wydzialu Wet. WSR, Lublin,
Citation
Medycyna weterynaryjna, 1965, 21, pp 152-156
Abstract

The preparation contains 4.-(beta-hydroxyethyl)-diethylenediamino methyltetracycline and phenoxymethylpenicillin. Laboratory tests revealed an increase in antibacterial properties of the tetracycline and phenoxymethyl-penicillin components. Cattle, horses, pigs and dogs were successfully treated...

Author(s)
Pignatelli, P.; Gasparini, G.
Publisher
Milano,
Citation
Veterinaria, 1965, 14, pp 231-237
Abstract

As suggested by the XVth International Veterinary Congress, additional International Standards have since been established for swine erysipelas serum (anti-N) and Cl. welchii Type B and D antitoxins.
Other standards established since 1953 include those for P.P.D. avian tuberculin, Q fever serum,...

Author(s)
Stableforth, A. W.
Publisher
Madrid,
Citation
Proceedings. 16th Int. vet. Congr., Madrid, 1959, 1, pp 291-299
Abstract

After a single i/m inj. of 400, 000 i.u. procaine penicillin, a therapeutically active blood concentration was maintained for 16 hours. Phenoxymethylpenicillin (penicillin V) given by mouth in 120-mg. doses maintained satisfactory blood conc, for 4-6 hours.-R.M.

Author(s)
Said, A. H.
Citation
Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 1959, 28, pp 294-301

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