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The previous edition of this Russian book was produced in 1972 by the second author. There is brief reference to a National Mastitis Control Scheme, being prepared for introduction in the USSR. Most of the book is devoted to diagnosis and prophylaxis. The 44-page chapter on treatment lists (on...

Author(s)
Kartashova, V. M.; Ivashura, A. I.
Publisher
Agropromizdat, Moscow, USSR
Citation
Mastity korov., 1988, pp 256 pp.
Abstract

During 1976 about 240 cows on a conventional state farm (A) and about 320 farms in a dairy "production complex" (B) were surveyed for mastitis. The proportion of cows that developed clinical or subclinical mastitis ranged from 30 to 54% on A, and 11-19% on B, according to season. Clinical mastitis...

Author(s)
Kazarova, D. A.; Luarsabishvili, A. G.
Citation
Problemy Veterinarnoi Sanitarii, 1978, 60, pp 16-19
Abstract

Milk samples from 398 cows with subclinical mastitis were examined bacteriologically. Staphylococci were isolated in 68% of cases, streptococci in 27%, Escherichia coli in 3.4%, and other microorganisms in 1.6%. Staphylococci were detected in 6% of milk samples taken aseptically from teat canals of ...

Author(s)
Zagaevskii, I. S.
Citation
Voprosy Pitaniya, 1978, No. 5, pp 81-82
Abstract

Field observations in two dairy herds, each of 600 head, showed a 6% rate of mastitis and a 3% rate of udder defects (atrophy of 1-2 quarters) with the use of a two-stroke milking machine, compared with respective rates of 20% and 19% with the use of the three-stroke milking machine and 18% and 19% ...

Author(s)
Yusov, E. N.
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Gosudarstvennogo Nauchno-Kontrol'nogo Instituta Veterinarnykh Preparatov, 1980, 31?, pp 132-136
Abstract

By using single phages or combinations of two to four it was possible to type 228 of 245 pathogenic staphylococci associated with bovine mastitis. 85 strains were lyzed by phages 102, 107 and 117. Most herds harboured only 3-4 different strains of staphylococci. The set of phages used was an...

Author(s)
Gasanov, N. G.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR, 1980, No. 1, pp 65-66
Abstract

Study of the changes in sensitivity to antibiotics over a ten-year period (1967-1976) of staphylococci and streptococci from cows with mastitis on certain collective farms suggested that the sensitivity does not change very rapidly, even with prolonged use of the antibiotics. It was considered that ...

Author(s)
Simetskii, O. A.
Citation
Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno-issledovatel'skii Institut Veterinarnoi Sanitarii, 1979, 63, pp 83-85
Abstract

Author(s)
Petrov, V. M.; Kulavskii, G. P.; Zhamantaev, A.; Zhiglov, V. I.
Citation
Byulleten Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental'noi Veterinarii, 1978, 32, pp 55-57
Abstract

This paper was read at a Russian conference held in 1964. A survey of 1, 058 slaughtered cows revealed atrophy of one or more quarters of the udder in 337, but in general the incidence of bovine mastitis in the Soviet Union was stated to be lower than in many other countries. Official instructions...

Author(s)
Mutovin, V. I.
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Veterinarnoi Sanitarii, 1967, 29, pp 211-233
Abstract

Coagulase-positive strains (261) from bovine mastitis in various parts of the RSFSR and 130 strains from milk and milk products were examined with the aid of international standard phages and also four phages (34k, 24k, IV, 5k) which P. isolated from animal strains of staphylococci. 93 of the 261...

Author(s)
Petrushina, L. I.
Publisher
Institut Pitaniya, Moskva G-117.,
Citation
Zhurnal Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii, 1967, 44, 5, pp 128-133

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