ANTIBI0TIC SENSITIVITY PATTERN OF UTERINE BACTERIAL FLORA OF REPEAT BREEDER COWS
P. Venugopal, E. Mathai and C.P. Neelakanta Iyer
Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.1994. 25:32-34.
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An experimental study was undertaken in 25 repeat breeder cows to assess the in vitro response of uterine bacterial isolates to different antimicrobial agents for evolving a rational therapy for uterine infections. Out of the four drugs tested, Chloramphenicol gave 72 per cent efficiency followed by Gentamycin, Oxytetracyclin, Co-trimoxarole at 60, 32 and 8 per cent respectively.