AbstractA study was conducted to evaluate the therapeutic efficiency of "Valsyn- Gel," a furaltadone-containing preparation, in the control of mastitic infections. Two hundred and thirteen quarters were randomly treated with the preparations used in the evaluation study. Treatment-efficiency percentages for Valsyn-Gel were 89.5, 78.9, 78.9, and 78.9 for 10, 19, 20, and 21 days posttreatment. Percentages for two other preparations, oxytetracycline and chlortetracyclinc neomycin, varied from 100 for the 10-day posttreatment check to 81.3 for the 21-day posttreatment observation.
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