Zur resistenzsituation boviner pasteurellen

Translated title of the contribution: Resistance pattern of bovine pasteurellae

St Hörmansdorfer, J. Bauer

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The sensibility of 375 pasteurellae of bovine origin (215 pasteurella multocida- and 160 pasteurella haemolytica-strains) was examined against 16 antibiotics or chemotherapeutics by agar diffusion technique. A great part of the strains was resistent to oxacillin (41,18%), tylosin (79,14%), streptomycin (53,21%), sulfonamides (57,33%) and tetracycline (47,20%). Only a few resistent strains were found for cephalothin (5,07%), polymyxin B (0,27%) and enrofloxacin (0,53%). While 16,27% of all isolates were resistent to chloramphenicol, 100% of the pasteurella strains proved to be sensible to its structural analogon florfenicol. This is affirmed by the low minimal inhibitory concentrations (0,25-1,0 μg/ml) of this antibiotic.

Translated title of the contributionResistance pattern of bovine pasteurellae
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)168-171
Number of pages4
JournalBerliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift
Issue number5
StatePublished - May 1996


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