2020
DOI: 10.2754/avb202089030225
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Comparison of plasma and intra-articular gentamicin levels after intravenous administration in healthy horses

Abstract: Septic arthritis is considered one of the most severe disorders that affect horses’ joints. Therapy is intended to eliminate the microorganisms that cause this infection. The intravenous administration of antibiotics is an easily performed technique, but there is no guarantee that the antibiotics will reach the joint milieu at high concentrations and remain elevated for a certain period of time. This study aimed to determine and compare the levels of gentamicin in the plasma and synovial fluid of healthy horse… Show more

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