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The study was designed to investigate bovine milk for prevalence of an emerging zoonotic pathogen Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and in-vitro therapeutic response of various antibiotics against MRSA. Nine hundred (900) milk samples were collected (half from cattle and half from ...

Author(s)
Aqib, A. I.; Muhammad Ijaz; Anjum, A. A.; Malik, M. A. R.; Khalid Mehmood; Farooqi, S. H.; Kashif Hussain
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Acta Tropica, 2017, 176, pp 168-172
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The prevalence of clinical mastitis in buffaloes and cows is considered similar by the literature ranging from 8 to 40% and 19.9% to 44.8%, respectively. The percentage is highly variable depending on the region and raising technology. Nevertheless, not much is known about subclinical mastitis...

Author(s)
Giupană, R. M.; Cerbu, C. G.; Vasiu, A.; Popescu, S.; Șandru, C. D.; Niculae, M.; Spînu, M.
Publisher
Facultatea de Medicină Veterinară, Timișoara, Romania
Citation
Lucrari Stiintifice - Universitatea de Stiinte Agricole a Banatului Timisoara, Medicina Veterinara, 2016, 49, 3, pp 56-61
Abstract

A total 456 apparently healthy quarters from 82 cows and 32 buffaloes in Bihar, India, were screened for subclinical mastitis by MCMT, MWST, BTB and MDS indirect tests. Cultural examination of 104 milk samples revealed growth in 95 samples and Staphylococcus spp. (70.97%) was the predominant...

Author(s)
Swati Sahay; Sinha, B. P.; Verma, S. P.
Publisher
Indian Society for Veterinary Medicine, Izatnagar, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 2007, 27, 1, pp 29-30
Abstract

The study was conducted on lactating cattle and buffaloes in tehsil Burewala, district Vehari, Pakistan. The purpose of study was to isolate different types of microorganisms associated with mastitis and to see the effectiveness of different antibiotics against these isolates. Relative prevalence...

Author(s)
Hameed, S.; Arshad, M.; Ashraf, M.; Avais, M.; Shahid, M. A.
Publisher
University of Agriculture, Department of Livestock Management, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2008, 45, 2, pp 181-183
Abstract

Clinical mastitis (CM) was investigated in cows and buffaloes between 1994 and 1995 in the western hills of Nepal. 74 animals (18 cows and 56 buffaloes) with mastitis were investigated. CM was found in 127 teats. Milk samples from infected teats were subjected to bacteriological examination and an...

Author(s)
Joshi, H. D.; Joshi, B. R.; Shrestha, H. K.
Citation
Veterinary Review (Kathmandu), 1998, 13, pp 12-15
Abstract

In a study of 18 cows and 56 buffaloes between June 1994 and June 1995 that had been identified as suffering from clinical mastitis (CM), microorganisms were recovered from 112 of 127 affected quarters, 76 being infected with a single species and 36 having mixed infection. Coliforms, mainly ...

Author(s)
Joshi, H. D.; Joshi, B. R.; Shrestha, H. K.
Citation
Working Paper - Lumle Agricultural Research Centre, 1997, No. 97/11, pp 11 pp.
Abstract

Nine buffaloes and 14 crossbred cows with histories of low milk yield and abnormal milk were studied. In 2 affected quarters of all the buffaloes, the milk obtained was brick-red in colour and contained clots and flakes, and the udder was swollen. Symptoms of dullness, anorexia and fever...

Author(s)
Bagherwal, R. K.; Shukla, P. C.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1996, 16, 1, pp 16-17
Abstract

Of the strains isolated from 115 milk samples from 85 buffaloes and 15 cows with mastitis 68% were Gram-negative and 32% Gram-positive organ-isms. Escherichia coli (17'4%) was the chief aetiological agent. The other common organisms, in order of frequency, were Aerobacter aerogenes, Staphylococcus...

Author(s)
Rao, P. V. R.; Naidu, M. L.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1969, 46, pp 370-377

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