2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352008000200001
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Abstract: Os fatores de risco para mastite subclínica (CCS > 200.000 células/ml) foram estudados em 2.657 vacas, de 24 rebanhos de Minas Gerais. Cada rebanho foi visitado três vezes entre novembro de 2005 e junho de 2006. Amostras de leite (n=3.987) de vacas em lactação foram examinadas para contagem de células somáticas (CCS), e um questionário foi aplicado para obtenção de dados dos animais e do manejo do rebanho. Os valores para a média, mediana e desvio-padrão da CCS foram 608.000, 219.000 e 967.000 células/ml, r… Show more

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“…According to Coentrão et al (2008), the somatic cells count (SCC) in the milk is the most used indicator in programs for mastitis control and prevention around the world. Several factors might influence the SCC variation, being mentioned parturition order, lactation period, month and season of the year (Laevens et al 1997, Schepers et al 1997, Cunha et al 2008.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…According to Coentrão et al (2008), the somatic cells count (SCC) in the milk is the most used indicator in programs for mastitis control and prevention around the world. Several factors might influence the SCC variation, being mentioned parturition order, lactation period, month and season of the year (Laevens et al 1997, Schepers et al 1997, Cunha et al 2008.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This characteristic was observed in every property visited in this study. Yet on this subject, Coentrão et al (2008) identified in a study with the bovine species that the second greater risk identified was the inexistence of training programs for milkers to perform the milking. In farms where the milkers did not received any kind of training, as explanations about proper procedures during the milking, utilization and maintenance of the milking equipment, examination of the first squirts of milk in every quarters or to proceed the "California Mastitis Test", animals presented 2.51 times more chances of presenting SCC above 200.000 cells/mL.…”
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“…In Brazil there are few studies on the risk factors associated with mastitis (Souza et al 2005, Oliveira et al 2012, which are important for knowledge of effective measures in a prevention and control program for the disease (Coentrão et al 2008). In addition to the adoption of hygiene--health management practices, antibiotic therapy may be an effective strategy in reduction of mastitis rates in a herd (Barlow 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%