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Clindamycin, as an antimicrobial agent, has been in use globally for more than 30 years. It is a member of the Lincosamide family group and is semi-synthetic, being developed through chlorination of the natural antibiotic produced by Streptomyces lincolnesis var lincolnesis. It has a well-known clinical value against a wide spectrum of facultative and strictly anaerobic bacteria, but is perhaps better known for its use in dirty, exudative environments. So the question is – Why has clindamycin gained this reputation and importantly, does it hold true?
Lambing time is a very stressful period for both farmers and vets! Vaccine shortages for Enzootic abortion caused by Chlamydophilia abortus are causing major headaches for sheep farmers this year.
Dehydration is described as a loss of interstitial fluid without a change in the circulating fluid volume.
Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) represents the most common illness affecting housed cattle in the UK and is of immense impact both financially and on animal welfare.