Treatment of clinical mastitis.

  title={Treatment of clinical mastitis.},
  author={Jerry R Roberson},
  journal={The Veterinary clinics of North America. Food animal practice},
  volume={28 2},
In summary, culture-based therapy and severity levels are key to management of clinical mastitis. Antibiotic therapy should be strongly considered for gram-positive clinical mastitis. Antibiotic therapy is not necessary for mild-to-moderate gram-negative clinical mastitis. Antibiotic therapy is warranted for practically all severe clinical mastitis as well as fluids and anti-inflammatory drugs. Clinical mastitis cases due to yeast and fungal pathogens or no growth isolates do not warrant… CONTINUE READING

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