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Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2018)

Comparative studies for efficacy of different diagnostic tests of sub-clinical mastitis in cows

Author(s):
Anusha Dasohari, Ayodhya Somasani, Nagaraj P and Gopala Reddy A
Abstract:
The present study determine the comparative efficacy of different diagnostic tests, 30 cows with 115 quarters were subjected to CMT, WST, SFMT and SCC taking cultural examination as standard, and animal wise incidence was recorded as 86.66%, 73.33%, 70%, 80% and 83.33%, respectively. The quarter wise incidence was 48.69%, 38.26%, 36.52%, 46.08% and 51.30%, respectively. The accuracy of CMT, WST, SFMT and SCC was 76.52, 71.30, 69.56 and 73.39 per cent, respectively, with false positive reactions more with SCC (22.64%) followed by CMT (21.43%), SFMT (21.40%) and least with WST (20.45%). Whereas, false negative reactions were more with SFMT (35.61%) followed by WST (33.80%), SCC (29.03%) and least with CMT (25.42%).
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How to cite this article:
Anusha Dasohari, Ayodhya Somasani, Nagaraj P, Gopala Reddy A. Comparative studies for efficacy of different diagnostic tests of sub-clinical mastitis in cows. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(4):149-152.

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