Uterine microbial isolates and Antibiogram in Endometric crossbred cows
Kaushal Kusum, Raghavendra P Mishra, Neha Singh, Santosh Kumar, Sajida Bano, Onkar Nath Bhaskar and Keshav Kumar
Infectious infertility in crossbred cows is known as endometritis. It is getting worse every day as a result of indiscriminate antibiotic usage in the field without proper diagnosis, the emergence of drug-resistant microbes, lack of knowledge, and poor sanitation practices. The current study examines the prevalence of endometritis, the microbiological composition of uterine discharge, the antibiogram of various bacterial isolates, the efficacy of therapeutic approaches, and the rate of conception. The antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of a microorganism implicated in endometritis is influenced by a number of factors. The presence of anatomical, pathological, and physiological barriers, the cow's immune capability, and the antimicrobial drug's pharmacologic properties, such as dispersion in the uterine cavity, stability in uterine secretions, and distribution at effective concentrations into microbial localization sites the use of focused therapy and the adoption of management techniques can help to prevent cases of escalating endometritis.
How to cite this article:
Kaushal Kusum, Raghavendra P Mishra, Neha Singh, Santosh Kumar, Sajida Bano, Onkar Nath Bhaskar and Keshav Kumar. Uterine microbial isolates and Antibiogram in Endometric crossbred cows. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 415-420.