Clinical mastitis is conventionally treated by intramammary infusion of antimicrobial compounds such as cephapirin
, pirlimycin and amoxilin.
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The effect of a single administration of cephapirin
or cloprostenol on the reproductive performance of dairy cows with subclinical endometritis.
The uterus was infused and flushed with 5 liters of Normal saline and 19 g of Cephapirin
benzathineb intra uterine suspension was infused in the uterus.
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Comparison of tilmicosin and cephapirin
as therapeutics for Staphylococcus aureus mastitis at dry-off.
The 2012 order allows some exceptions such as no limits on the use of cephapirin
, an older drug not believed by FDA officials to contribute significantly to antimicrobial resistance.
Experiments were performed to determine the adsorption of cephapirin
(a widely-used veterinary antibiotic) on various size sands, kaolinite clay and native iron filings of various grain sizes.
Determination of penicillin G, ampicillin, amoxicillin, cloxacilin and cephapirin
by high-performance liquid chromatography-electrospray mass spectrometry.
Limited-spectrum cephalosporins, including cefazolin and cephapirin
, are "excellent" against anaerobic streptococci and group B streptococci, making them inexpensive options for treating mastitis.
The method uses a gold electrode to detect the sulfur atoms of antibiotics such as ampicillin and cephapirin
. The electrode quickly gets contaminated, so each second, a pulse of current must clean it off, preparing it for the next measurement.
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