Jun. 21, 2021
Dairy cow mastitis has always been an important factor restricting the healthy development of dairy cattle breeding. This disease has the characteristics of high incidence and easy recurrence. Among the many treatment methods, the perfusion treatment of cow udders through plastic intramammary syringes is a common and effective method.
The veterinary syringe is composed of a tube sleeve, a push rod, a piston, a positioning ring, and a protective cap, and has the functions of drug storage and administration. The perfusion treatment method is to directly inject the drug into the diseased breast area with the help of the disposable syringe catheter, so that the drug directly acts on the pathogenic bacteria or the diseased part in the breast area. This treatment method belongs to local administration and has the characteristics of high drug concentration, fast, high efficiency, and easy operation. However, due to the particularity of the affected part, it is very easy to cause secondary infection during the operation, and aseptic operation must be performed:
1. The operator wears sterilized gloves and squeezes the milk in each milk area thoroughly according to the milking procedure.
2. After the medicated bath, wipe off the liquid medicine on the nipple with a sterilized dry towel, and disinfect the opening of the nipple tube with a 70% alcohol cotton ball.
3. Before infusing the medicine, properly protect the needle mouth of the medicine injection tube from contamination to ensure the sterility of the needle mouth.
In addition, it should be noted that the used intramammary injector should be treated in a centralized and pollution-free manner to avoid secondary pollution of the farm. In view of various advantages, the use of a veterinary syringe to infuse cow udders has become a common choice for the treatment of cow mastitis at home and abroad.