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A swine dysentery model for evaluation of drug prophylaxis: efficacy of various drugs in the control of swine dysentery.

@article{Raynaud1981ASD,
  title={A swine dysentery model for evaluation of drug prophylaxis: efficacy of various drugs in the control of swine dysentery.},
  author={Jean Pierre Raynaud and G. Brunault and E. Britt Patterson},
  journal={American journal of veterinary research},
  year={1981},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={
          51-3
        }
}
A swine dysentery (SD) model that produces consistent, homogeneous, and severe SD was used in 2 experiments to compare the prophylactic effectiveness of 5 commercially available swine feed additive products. Under the conditions of these studies, carbadox and carbadox + sulfamethazine proved to be the most effective agents in preventing SD during the infection + medication and postmedication periods. Olaquindox was effective in preventing SD in the infection + medication period; however, SD… 
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