Search

e.g. cat e.g. toxic mastitis

Results 1 - 10 of 11 Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Routine surgery, Mammary

  1. Oxytetracycline spray following disbudding in calves

    In [calves undergoing disbudding] does [the administration of oxytetracycline spray compared to no oxytetracycline spray] post procedure reduce [incidence of bacterial infection]?

  2. Ketoprofen in cattle with E.coli mastitis

    In [dairy cattle with E.coli mastitis] does [the administration of ketoprofen compared to no anti-inflammatory treatment] [improve clinical recovery]?

  3. Flunixin for pain relief in surgical calf castration

    In [calves undergoing surgical castration] does [flunixin plus local anaesthetic compared to local anaesthetic alone] [reduce clinical signs of pain after the procedure]?

  4. Enrofloxacin in dairy cattle with E. coli mastitis

    In [dairy cattle with E. coli mastitis] does [the administration of enrofloxacin in combination with NSAIDs compared to NSAIDs alone] [improve clinical recovery]?

  5. Post-procedure performance of calves undergoing burdizzo castration with ketoprofen and local anaesthetic

    In [calves undergoing burdizzo castration] does [ketoprofen plus local anaesthetic compared to local anaesthetic alone] affect [recovery and future performance]?

  6. Danofloxacin in dairy cattle with E. coli mastitis

    In [dairy cattle with E. coli mastitis] does [the administration of danofloxacin compared to no antibiotic treatment] [improve clinical recovery]?

  7. Effect of ventral versus flank approach in caesareans on ewe mortality 

    In [sheep undergoing caesarean section] [does a ventral approach compared to a left flank approach] [reduce mortality in the ewe]?

  8. Ketoprofen in calves undergoing surgical castration and future performance

    In [calves undergoing surgical castration] does [ketoprofen plus local anaesthetic compared to local anaesthetic alone] [improve future performance]?

  9. Carprofen in dairy cattle with toxic mastitis

    In [dairy cattle with E. coli mastitis] does [the administration of carprofen compared to no anti-inflammatory treatment] [improve clinical recovery]?

  10. Carprofen and local anaesthesia in calves undergoing disbudding

    In [calves undergoing non-chemical disbudding] does [the administration of carprofen in addition to local anaesthetic versus local anaesthetic alone] [decrease the behavioural indicators of discomfort associated with the procedure]?