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Journal Article

Journal article

Resistance Escherichia coli isolates to antibiotics from the organ samples originating from swine farms  [2011]

Došen, R., Scientific Veterinary Institute Novi Sad, Novi Sad (Serbia); Prodanov-Radulović, J., Scientific Veterinary Institute Novi Sad, Novi Sad (Serbia); Pušić, I., Scientific Veterinary Institute Novi Sad, Novi Sad (Serbia); Stojanov, I., Scientific Veterinary Institute Novi Sad, Novi Sad (Serbia); et al.

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Bacteria Escherichia coli (E.coli) is a ubiquitous microorganism with a different serotypes, that cause septicemia in neonatal piglets, diarrhea in suckling piglets, diarrhea and edemic disease in weaned piglets. Vaccination and antibiotic treatment are less effective ways in solving the problem, especially when the category of pig is not taken into consideration, as well as feed safety and chemical composition of feed. The resistance of pathogens depends on the farm size, production type and pigs category raised on the farm. In addition, the antibiotics used for veterinary purposes reduce their effectiveness in human medicine. Analyzing the antibiograms results obtained from the isolates of dead piglets with E. coli infection in last two years (2007-2009), it can be concluded that E. coli strains developed resistance to most chemotherapeutics. Applying bacteriological examination it was detected that the isolates of E. coli are highly sensitive to the following chemotherapeutics: Floron (86.36%), Cobactam (71%), Enrofloxacin (54.84%), Neomycin (38.71%), Gentamicin (38.71%), Lincospectin (29%), Flumequine (29%), Amoxicillin (26.66%), Colistin (17.39%), Penicillin (9.67%), Tiamulin (6.45%), Tetracycline (6.45%), Doxycycline (6.45%), Streptomycin (3.22%). Intermediate degree of sensitivity was found with: Flumequin (38.71%), Colistin (34.78%), Cobactam (30%), Tilozin (29.17%), Gentamicin (25%). E. coli strains were the least resistant to Cobactam (not detect
ed), Floron (4.54%), Neomycin (12.9%), Colistin (13.04%), Flumequin (19.35%).

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Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry (Serbia)

ISSN : 1450-9156