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Abstract

Antibiotic sensitivity was measured in 867 bacteria strains isolated from mastitic cows in 14 dairy herds between 1973 and 1975. In 1973-1974, 70-78% of strains were Streptococcus, whereas 54% were Staphylococcus in 1975. Sensitivity to antibiotics decreased 18% in Staphylococci and increased 13%...

Author(s)
Facsar, I.
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1977, 32, 11, pp 719-722
Abstract

Of 11 778 cows, 71.2% had high cell counts (>500 000/ml milk) but only 17.2% were bacteriologically positive (68.4% staphylococci, 17.1% streptococci, 7.8% Pseudomonas, 3.04% Klebsiella, 1.5% Escherichia coli). Resistance of the strains to penicillin, streptomycin, erythromycin, oleandomycin,...

Author(s)
Kovats, J.; Desi, A.
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1973, 28, 5, pp 279-282
Abstract

In a large herd 226 of the 235 cows developed mastitis during an outbreak of F & M disease. Treatment was by parenteral and local applications of oxytetracycline, i/m injections of streptomycin, infusions of "Masticur" (a Hungarian in-tramammary cerate containing penicillin, streptomycin and...

Author(s)
Lovas, G.
Publisher
Lapja,
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1962, 17, pp 182-184