Estimating withdrawal period after topical application of oxytetracycline for digital dermatitis treatment

Estimating withdrawal period after topical application of oxytetracycline for digital dermatitis treatment

Digital dermatitis (DD) is a polybacterial disease that affects the skin on the heels of cattle. Round lesions occur along the coronary band of the claws, above the interdigital space next to the heel bulbs. It was first described in Italy in 1974 by Cheli and Morterallo, and it has become a growing problem worldwide for the dairy industry.

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Antimicrobial resistance continues being a global concern for the World Health Organization because threatens the effective prevention and treatment of an ever-increasing range of infections caused by bacteria, parasites, viruses and fungi. In this publication, Dr. Garcia- Fernandez discusses in depth the origin, evolution, and strategies to combat the problem of resistance in the animal industry.

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