In humans, mastitis is very common and the symptoms develop rapidly. Most cases are thought to be caused by milk which is not disclosed regularly and causes flu-like symptoms, fever, and swelling.
This is the most basic of the treatment regime. There are two options: intramammary antibiotics, mastitis tube classic and systemic antibiotics administered through intramuscular or subcutaneous route.
Intramammary antibiotics should be the first line treatment for cows with mild mastitis without complications in the quarter.
Systemic antibiotics should be used when more than a quarter is affected when changes or when the cow's udder clearly marked pain. With the help of the latest technology, you can easily identify cows with high SCC immediately.
Combination therapy with systemic and intramammary antibiotics, can increase bacteriological cure rates but should be used only on the advice of your veterinarian.
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These are drugs like aspirin that reduce inflammation and pain associated with mastitis. They have proved very useful in cases of severe mastitis, but now there is growing evidence of its use in mild to moderate cases.
Cows treated with intramammary antibiotics and NSAIDs had a lower number of cells, cure rates are better and better fertility of cows treated with antibiotics alone.
There are four reasons why the treatment is not back to normal:
1. Antibiotic One – organisms that cause mastitis were not killed by the treatment chosen
2. Not enough antibiotics for a long time at the site of infection – even if the bacteria were killed, not all of them and come back after the end of treatment.