Difference between revisions of "Bacterial diseases"

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*''[[Chlamydophila spp|Chlamydophila pecorum]]'' - [[Sporadic bovine encephalomyelitis]]
 
*''[[Chlamydophila spp|Chlamydophila pecorum]]'' - [[Sporadic bovine encephalomyelitis]]
 
*''[[Clostridium spp]]'' - [[Bovine haemorrhagic syndrome]]
 
*''[[Clostridium spp]]'' - [[Bovine haemorrhagic syndrome]]
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*''[[Ehrlichia spp|Ehrlichia ruminantium]]'' - [[heartwater]]
 
*''[[Escherichia coli]]''
 
*''[[Escherichia coli]]''
 
*''[[Fusobacterium spp]]''
 
*''[[Fusobacterium spp]]''

Revision as of 21:24, 19 August 2012

Bacteroides spp infection in a heifer that died from puerperal metritis

Bacterial diseases affect all animals and cattle are no less immune or unique to their onslaught. bacteria can cause varying ranges of illness in cattle from mild dermatitis to sepsis and death.

Appropriate antimicrobial therapy should be based on isolation and culture and sensitivity of causative bacteria.

Bacterial diseases in cattle include: