2018
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-9995
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Factors associated with microbiological and clinical cure of mastitis in dairy cows

Abstract: 709 clinical mastitis cases were analyzed and treated with antimicrobial combination cephalexin-neomycin and the anti-inflammatory prednisolone. A sample of milk was collected to perform a microbiological culture before starting the treatment and 14 days later. Somatic cell count (SCC) was obtained from samples collected on the day of the clinical case (D0), 14 days after (D14) and 28 days after (D28). Of the total, 435 (61.4%) at the D0 exhibited growth of microorganisms. Of the isolated agents, 365 (84%) wer… Show more

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“…Also, in the present study, a cure rate was assessed based on three samples from all treated MQs up to 28 days after treatment, to minimize the number of false-negative results. Furthermore, MQ was considered cured with only three negative results for S. aureus after treatment, whereas other studies considered that two negative results for S. aureus after treatment (21 and 28 days after treatment) was sufficient for considering the MQ as cured (Sears et al 1990, Molina et al 2018.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Also, in the present study, a cure rate was assessed based on three samples from all treated MQs up to 28 days after treatment, to minimize the number of false-negative results. Furthermore, MQ was considered cured with only three negative results for S. aureus after treatment, whereas other studies considered that two negative results for S. aureus after treatment (21 and 28 days after treatment) was sufficient for considering the MQ as cured (Sears et al 1990, Molina et al 2018.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%