Abnormal milk ( Discoloration, clots,)
abnormal gland:- Fibrosis, inflammatory swelling is accompanied by heat and pain. In severe cases, abscesses and gangrene may develop.
abnormal cow: – Fever, ruminal stasis, depression anorexia may or may not present.
1. Third-genera cephalosporins like Ceftiofur (2.2 mg/kg BW I/M every 24 h), Ceftizoxime.
2. Oxytetracycline (16.5 mg/kg BW I/M every 24 h)
3. Trimethoprime – Sulphadoxine (1 ml/10-15 kg BW slow I/M and I/M ) can be given every 24h.
- Ketoprofen at 2gm I/M once daily.
- Flunixin Meglumine (2mg/kg, I/V twice 24h apart)
Inframammary antimicrobial agents:
- Third-genera cephalosporins like Ceftiofur
- Gentamycin (500gm)
- Third-generation cephalosporins (Such as ceftiofur) and fluoroquinolones are drugs of choice for gram+ and gram- organisms.
- Parenteral ceftiofur is not effective in clinical mastitis episode that has abnormal secretion of abnormal gland and secretion
- Vitamin E and A and Selenium had a beneficial effect on udder health.
Unaffected by treatment response permanently drying the quarter is the best mathod and it does not effect total milk production.
- Inframammary Infusion of 120ml of 5% povidine-iodine after complete milk-out and Flunixine maglumine (1mg/kg BW IV)
Cracking of the skin of the teats:- 10% glycerin
Black-spot of the teat:- 10% salicyclic acid, 5 % copper sulfate
Blood in the milk:- Due to rupture of blood vessel of the gland by direct trauma, udder edema
- I/V Calcium borogluconate
- I/V, I/M Ethamsylate, Trnexamic Acid
Udder Edema: May be due to heavy grain feeding, high sodium and potassium intake
- Furosemide :- 1mg/kg BW I/V, I/M (Redema)
- Dexamethasone, Isoflupredone, Prednisolone
- Chlorothiazide (2gm twice daily orally )
Fibrosis (Hard) Udder:-
- Serratiopeptidase bolus 60 mg bolus twice daily
- Potassium Iodide Orally
- Homeopathic remedies Carboanimalis 30c for 21 days