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Blood samples taken from 31 cows with clinical mastitis were evaluated by a commercial glutaraldehyde test (Glutavac Test, Kruuse A/S). This inflammation test was inexpensive, simple to perform, and results could be read within 15 min. Most coliform infections were negative in the test, whereas...

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Katholm, J.; Jørgensen, R. J.
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Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1992, 75, 11, pp 486-487
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In a study of pathogenic bacteria isolated from milk samples submitted by practitioners, or taken during routine mastitis testing, in the years 1986 to 1988, streptococci were found to be the commonest cause of chronic mastitis, with Streptococcus dysgalactiae and S. uberis predominant. Nearly all...

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Orm, S.; Olesen, L.; Madsen, K. K.
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Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1989, 72, 12, pp 668-673
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Based on experience in a south Jutland practice and in particular, on a study started in 1984 and involving 11 milking herds with about 740 cows a year, a programme of recognition, recording, control, treatment and prevention of both acute and chronic mastitis is outlined.

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Bech, P. O.
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Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1987, 70, 8, pp 434-441
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Katholm, J.
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Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1986, 69, 24, pp 1261-1265
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Hanssen, H. P.; Jepsen, Ø. R.
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Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1984, 67, 4, pp 119-122
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Group L streptococci were found in 56% of 127 samples of boned poultry meat, and in 100% of swabs from the nasal and pharyngeal cavities of 123 slaughter fowls. Staphylococci were isolated from all swabs obtained from three flocks, and from 15% of swabs from a fourth flock. Of 25 swabs from the...

Author(s)
Skovgaard, N.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1967, 19, pp 240-248
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In a cross-over experiment 250 cows in two herds were treated either by washing the udders after milking with hexachlorophane or by washing the udders and dipping the teats with an iodophor compound, for a three-month period with each disinfectant. Infections with Staphylococcus pyo-genes, ...

Author(s)
Hansen, S. R.
Publisher
Statens Veterinaere Serumlaboratorium, Odinsvej 4, DK-4100 Ringsted, Denmark,
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1970, 22, pp 517-521
Abstract

Calves affected with this lethal disease were all found to have been sired by a bull named Hornsh0j Adema (born in 1964). The author recalled seven cases and believed that there had been at least 15 cases in his district. However, a genetic investigation of the ten Danish Black Pied bulls at the...

Author(s)
Gronborg-Pedersen, H.
Citation
Medlemsblad for den danske Dyrlaegeforening, 1970, 53, pp 143-145
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Bacteriological examination was made on quarter samples from all cows in 8 dairy districts, as well as of churn samples from the same herds. As far as group B, C, G and L streptococci infections are concerned, 81.5% of the infected herds could be detected by a single churn-milk examination.
Cases,...

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JENSEN, R. S.; KLASTRUP, O.; RØMER, O. S.; SORENSEN, B.; TERP, P.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1958, 10, pp 361-392
Abstract

Of 158 strains of bacteria isolated from mastitis in cows, ewes and sows, staphylococci were the most sensitive to chloramphenicol and aureomycin, and the coliform bacteria were the most sensitive to chloramphenicol. All forms of C. Pyogenes were sensitive to antibiotics, 83% of them to...

Author(s)
HOP, A.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1954, 6, pp 643-650

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