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Etiology and antimicrobial susceptibility of udder pathogens from cases of subclinical mastitis in dairy cows in Sweden
Staphylococcus aureus and CNS were the most frequently isolated pathogens and resistance to antimicrobials was rare, according to a nationwide survey of cases of subclinical mastitis in dairy cows in Sweden.
CNS species and antimicrobial resistance in clinical and subclinical bovine mastitis.
Risk factors associated with the incidence of veterinary-treated clinical mastitis in Swedish dairy herds with a high milk yield and a low prevalence of subclinical mastitis.
Factors associated with the success of rabies vaccination of dogs in Sweden
- L. T. Berndtsson, A. Nyman, E. Rivera, B. Klingeborn
- MedicineActa veterinaria Scandinavica
- 25 March 2011
The probability of success of rabies vaccinations of dogs depends on type of vaccine used, number of vaccinations, the breed size of the dog, age at vaccination, and number of days after vaccination when the antibody titres are tested.
Characterisation of bacterial growth and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns in canine urinary tract infections
- U. Windahl, B. S. Holst, A. Nyman, U. Grönlund, B. Bengtsson
- Medicine, BiologyBMC Veterinary Research
- 24 September 2014
Based on the study results, use of first-line antimicrobials is a rational empirical antimicrobial therapy for the studied dog population.
Effects of housing, management, and health of dairy heifers on first-lactation udder health in southwest Sweden.
Veterinarian-treated clinical mastitis at -7 to 30 d postcalving was associated with higher overall incidence of mastitis in the herd and with reproductive disorders (i.e., retained placenta, endometritis, pyometra, dystocia, or twin birth) and the risk of elevated SCC increased with increasing percentage of cows in the herds that had had an increased udder disease score.
Associations of udder-health indicators with cow factors and with intramammary infection in dairy cows.
- A. Nyman, K. Persson Waller, T. Bennedsgaard, T. Larsen, U. Emanuelson
- Biology, MedicineJournal of dairy science
- 1 September 2014
The results showed that all udder-health indicators were affected by cow factors but that different cow factors were associated with different indicators, indicating that SCC has the best potential as a diagnostic tool in finding cows with IMI.
Characterisation of Dichelobacter nodosus and detection of Fusobacterium necrophorum and Treponema spp. in sheep with different clinical manifestations of footrot.
Management practices associated with udder health of first-parity dairy cows in early lactation.