The pulmonary clearance of Pasteurella haemolytica ...



Title The pulmonary clearance of Pasteurella haemolytica in calves infected with bovine virus diarrhea or Mycoplasma bovis
Author(s) Alfonso Lopez, M. G. Maxie, M. Savan, H. L. Ruhnke, R. G. Thomson, D. A. Barnum, H. D. Geissinger
Journal Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine
Date 1982
Volume 46
Issue 3
Start page 302
End page 306
Abstract Based on current literature which commonly associates bovine virus diarrhea virus and M. bovis with pneumonic pasteurellosis, an investigation was conducted into the effect of these 2 pathogens on the capacity of bovine lung to clear inhaled P. haemolytica. There was no significant effect (P > 0.05) of either bovine virus diarrhea virus or M. bovis on the mean clearance rate of P. haemolytica, nor did the time interval of 3, 5 or 7 days between the 1st inoculation and exposure to P. haemolytica adversely affect the lung clearance rates. However, it was found that the left lungs had a higher bacterial retention (P < 0.05) than the right lungs.

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