Periódicos Brasileiros em Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia

p. 985-988

Mastite bovina por Pasteurella multocida: estudo de nove casos

Ribeiro, M. GLara, G. H. BFernandes, M. CPaes, A. CMotta, R. GSiqueira, A. KSalerno, TListoni, F. J. P

The uncommon occurrence of bovine mastitis by Pasteurella multocida is reported in nine cows. Mammary pasteurellosis was predominantly diagnosed predominantly in clinical cases, in dairy cows milked in the presence of calves. Low interference of immunosuppressive or predispose factors and absence of pulmonary signs were observed in animals. In vitro multiple drug resistance of isolates was observed to three or more conventional antimicrobials, especially with use of tetracycline and gentamicin. Epidemiologic findings, clinical signs, and antimicrobial profile were discussed in nine cases of bovine mastitis caused by P. multocida.(AU)

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