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Swabs were taken of the infusion nozzles of 100 unused tubes and syringes containing antibiotics for the treatment of mastitis. Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from 14 and Corynebacterium pyogenes[Arcanobacterium pyogenes] from 2. After the nozzles had been cleaned with cotton soaked in 70%...

Author(s)
Jungerman, P.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1961, 56, 1, pp 7-9 pp.
Abstract

Mastitis was found in 9% of 860 buffaloes and 12.5% of 320 cows brought to the Cairo University Clinic from 1957 to 1959. Streptococcus agalactiae was the commonest agent, followed by Corynebacterium pyogenes[Arcanobacterium pyogenes] and Staphylococcus aureus. Six different commercial preparations ...

Author(s)
El-Gindy, H.; Farrag, H. F.; Abou El Asm, L.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine and Small Animal Clinic, 1964, 59, pp 380-382
Abstract

Out of 50 cases of acute mastitis 14 were caused by Streptococcus agalactiae, 12 by Bacterium coli, 4 by Corynebacterium pyogenes[Arcanobacterium pyogenes], 2 by Bact. aerogenes, 1 by Staphylococcus albus and 1 by Proteus vulgaris. In 16 no causal agent could be demonstrated.-M.G.G.

Author(s)
Heidrich, H. J.; Kelch, F.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1956, 69, pp 357-359
Abstract

Out of 126 quarter milk samples from which coagulase-positive staphylococci had been isolated, 49 contained more than 2 I.U. of staphylococcus antitoxin per ml. of whey: 66 samples contained 0.1-1 and the remainder contained less than 0.5. In 207 quarter milk samples from which these organisms were ...

Author(s)
Lasmanis, J.; Spencer, G. R.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1954, 14, pp 517-519
Abstract

Association between values for the somatic cell count (SCC) and intramammary infection (IMI) were studied in 80 dairy cows from a dairy herd in Iran during the first 5-15 days postcalving. Samples were cultured for bacteria and were tested for SCC. Intramammary infection was defined as the presence ...

Author(s)
Asadpour, R.; Tayefi-Nasrabadi, H.; Moghadam, G. A.; Nofouzi, K.
Publisher
Medwell Online, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 2008, 7, 10, pp 1223-1226
Abstract

Bacteriological examination of secretion and pus from 188 wound infections in 171 cattle revealed Corynebacterium pyogenes[Arcanobacterium pyogenes] in 66% of cases. This organism was found in 88% of abscesses, 90% of cases of pyogenic arthritis, 81.5% of cases of tendo-vaginitis and 75% of cases...

Author(s)
Dietz, O.; Gangel, H.; Horsch, F.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1970, 25, pp 748-752
Abstract

A small preliminary survey of the disease in cows and buffaloes during the period 1935-42 gave the following.
The existence of Str. agalactiae was verified in herds as far apart as Mukteswar and Patna, but the incidence was low. The organism was not encountered in a herd of small hill cattle in...

Author(s)
Mohan, R. N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1945, 15, pp 173-178
Abstract

G. classifies bovine mastitis on a clinical basis as follows.
(1) Mastitis due to streptococci: A. Str. agalactiae (i), (ii) and (iii). Acute, subacute and chronic of the lactating cow. (iv). Subacute of the dry cow.
B. Str. dysgalactiae -(i) and (ii). Acute and subacute of the lactating cow....

Author(s)
Gould, G. N.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1945, 57, pp 287-289
Abstract

Richter's clinical classification of endometritis is still followed with minor individual modifications. First degree, absent or intermittent discharge; second, continuous muco-purulent discharge; third, purely purulent discharge. Bacteriology is discussed. Usual bacteria are staphylococci...

Author(s)
Dawson, F. L. M.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1960, 116, pp 448-466
Abstract

The answer given to this question is affirmative, provided that the test be properly carried out and interpreted by trained personnel. The authors recognize that the leukocyte count varies within wide limits even in milk from healthy cows. The " differential germ test " appears to be the...

Author(s)
Gunderson, N. O.; Anderson, C. W.
Citation
Journal of Milk Technology, 1945, 8, pp 147-152

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