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[The effect of antibiotics on the development of enterotoxemia-- experimental study].

Abstract
When testing antibiotics in rabbits Dalacin was shown to be the most effective in inducing enterotoxaemia in rabbits. Autopsy disclosed signs of enterotoxaemia even in some animals without previous symptoms. Histopathological lesions were found even in intestines macroscopically normal. Experiments proved that after application of tested antibiotics spread through intestinal mucosa and produced a loss of microbial balance. Rabbit is to be considered suitable for modelling antibiotic-induced enterotoxaemia.
AuthorsF Jelínek, M Jelínková
JournalCeskoslovenská patologie (Cesk Patol) Vol. 30 Issue 1 Pg. 27-32 (Feb 1994) ISSN: 1210-7875 [Print] CZECH REPUBLIC
Vernacular TitleVliv antibiotik na vznik enterotoxémie--experimentální studie.
PMID8181098 (Publication Type: English Abstract, Journal Article)
Chemical References
  • Anti-Bacterial Agents
Topics
  • Animals
  • Anti-Bacterial Agents (toxicity)
  • Enterotoxemia (etiology, pathology)
  • Rabbits

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