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Prevalence and antibiogram profile of bacterial Isolates from clinical bovine mastitis

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Author(s): Sumathi B.R | Veeregowda B.M and Amitha R. Gomes

Journal: Veterinary World
ISSN 0972-8988

Volume: 1;
Issue: 8.000;
Start page: 237;
Date: 2008;
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Keywords: Bovine mastitis | Antibiotic sensitivity and Prevalence

ABSTRACT
This study investigated the current status of clinical mastitis among dairy cattle in and around Bangalore. The prevalence of mastitis was assessed by the results of bacteriological evaluation of milk samples collected from clinical mastitis cases. A total of seventy five bacterial isolates were recovered from sixty clinical cases of mastitis affected cows. The prevalence of major pathogens isolated was twenty four per cent for Staphylococcus aureus twenty per cent for Escherichia coli followed by sixteen per cent for Staphylococcus epidermidis and Streptococcus spp and ten per cent for Klebsiella spp. Antibiogram studies were also performed for these isolates and Gentamicin was found to be the most effective drug. It was concluded that microbiological and antibiogram studies are necessary for treatment and control of the disease. [Veterinary World 2008; 1(8.000): 237-238]
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