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Drug Administration and Utilization Pattern for Treatment of Mastitis in Dairy Cows

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In the present study, attempt was made to assess pharmaco-economics of drug administration and utilization pattern in the treatment of mastitis by minimizing irrational use of drug with cost effective supervision and management of mastitis in dairy cows. The drug administration and utilization pattern of treatment of mastitis was studied with mean dose, mean unit cost and mean total drug cost with percentage of the cost of individual drug to the total drug cost. Parenteral antibiotic therapy was applied in 37 animals with mean cost of dose of 5.5±0.71 and mean unit drug cost of 148.12±26.92. The unit mean cost of NSAIDs of 57.92±10.94 and total drug cost of 133.76±5.71 constitute of 3.67% and 8.07% of the total drug cost used against treatment of mastitis, respectively.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2016

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