PMID: 3555727Apr 1, 1987Paper

Antimicrobic susceptibility of bacterial pathogens from horses

The Veterinary Clinics of North America. Equine Practice
D C Hirsh, S S Jang

Abstract

Rational choice of an antimicrobial agent requires that the condition for which the drug is prescribed contain an infectious agent and, if so, knowledge of the susceptibility of the microorganism to antimicrobial drugs. Unfortunately, most infectious conditions necessitate the use of an antimicrobic drug before data from the microbiology laboratory are available. The data presented are meant to serve as a guide in the choice of antimicrobic drugs for treatment of infectious processes of the horse before knowledge of the nature of the microorganism isolated as well as its susceptibility to antimicrobic agents. What has been presented are the most commonly isolated microorganisms together with their susceptibility to antimicrobic drugs.

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Sep 1, 1989·Equine Veterinary Journal·P M McCue, W D Wilson
Jun 5, 2003·Veterinary Surgery : VS·Jose R RamosThomas J Inzana
Jun 21, 2006·Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association·Timothy B LescunStephen B Adams
May 1, 1995·The British Veterinary Journal·S L Raidal

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