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- Cai, H. Y.; McDowall, R.; Parker, L.; Kaufman, E. l.; Caswell, J. C.
- Canadian journal of veterinary research 2019 v.83 no.1 pp. 34-41
- Mycoplasma bovis; antibiotic resistance; arthritis; cattle; chlortetracycline; clindamycin; danofloxacin; drugs; enrofloxacin; mastitis; minimum inhibitory concentration; monitoring; oxytetracycline; pneumonia; spectinomycin; tiamulin; tylosin
- ... Mycoplasma bovis is a major cause of pneumonia, arthritis, and mastitis in cattle and can lead to significant economic losses. Antimicrobial resistance is a concern and further limits the already short list of drugs effective against mycoplasmas. The objective of this study was to examine changes in in vitro minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) of antimicrobials of aminoglycoside, fluoroquinol ...
- Koziv, R. V.; Yoshimura, S.; Dickinson, R.; Rybicka, J. M.; Moshynskyy, I.; Ngeleka, M.; Bracamonte, J. L.; Simko, E.
- Canadian journal of veterinary research 2019 v.83 no.1 pp. 24-33
- DNA; Escherichia coli; adults; agar; arthritis; bacterial culture; bacterial infections; culture media; diagnostic techniques; horse diseases; horses; lipopolysaccharides; models; neutrophils; polymerase chain reaction; protein content; synovial fluid; therapeutics
- ... Septic arthritis is an important disease in horses, necessitating aggressive and prolonged therapy. In order to guide therapy, reliable methods of detecting the eradication of infection are needed. Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate detection of eradication of infection in an experimental model of equine septic arthritis using standard diagnostic techniques. For this purpose ...