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Impact of Intramammary Infections caused by Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci

Here you will find some questions for better understanding of the Abstract "Impact of Intramammary Infections caused by Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci".

1. CNS intramammary infections impact farm profitability by?

 a. Premature culling due to severe clinical mastitis
 b. Chronic subclinical mastitis characterized by extremely high somatic cell counts
 c. Loss of premiums from moderate subclinical mastitis in a moderate proportion of animals in the herd

 

2. Antimicrobial treatment of CNS intramammary infections is indicated for?

 a. All cases
 b. Any clinical case
 c. Moderate to severe clinical mastitis or persistent infection.

 

3. Management strategies that are effective at reducing CNS intramammary infection are?

 a. Teat dipping
 b. Use of internal and external teat sealants
 c. Vaccination
 d. All of the above
 e. A and B
 f. B and C
 g. None of the above