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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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NOSOLOGICAL PROFILE OF ANIMAL FARMS OF RYAZAN OBLAST AND EVALUATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF MODERN MEDICINES FOR TREATING MASTITIS

Author: BRITAN M.N., GERCEVA?.?., KISELEVA E.V., KULAKOV V.V, SAYTKHANOV EH.O., SOSHKIN R.S.
Abstract: The paper discusses the status of dairy cattle breeding in Ryazan oblast and provides data on the distribution and nature of non-contagious pathology among the cattle population, the presentation of gynecological, surgical and therapeutic pathology on the basis of this nosological profile, as well as the evaluation of the effectiveness of treating certain types of diseases with drugs based on natural ingredients. For the period 2015-2017 internal diseases accounted for 20.9 % among non-communicable pathology of cows. Among surgical diseases, hoof diseases were registered in 19.8 % of cases and signs of obvious mechanical damage to the cornea and / or conjunctiva of noninfectious etiology were noticed in 5.5 % of the total number of animals. Gynecological diseases as a whole were registered in 35.2 % cases and mastitis - in 32.6 % cases. During the laboratory screening of the studied herd, such a disease as subclinical mastitis was recorded in 54.5 % cases. As the results of investigations show, the highest efficiency of antimicrobial agents of natural origin in treating subclinical mastitis was shown by a 2 % oil solution of “Chlorophyllipt”, the duration of treatment was 3.3 days. The second most effective drug was "Alvesol", the positive effect of which was noted after 5 days.
Keyword: non-communicable diseases, cows, statistics, hoof diseases, conjunctivitis, endometritis, subclinical mastitis, natural antimicrobial agents
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