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Application of new veterinary preparations in dairy cattle

Suzansky A.S., Apieva E.Zh., Povetkin S.N. Оsipchuk G.V.,
Rodin I.A., Sklyarov S.P., Simonov A.N., Taranukha N.I.


In the modern market relations dairy cattle breeding can be cost-effective and economically viable only at constant high yields of milk, minimal level of diseases of different etiologies, in particular obstetric and gynecological pathology – endometritis, metritis, and various forms of mastitis, which cause significant economic damage. Different preparations are used in therapy of cattle diseases, but antimastitic drugs produced in individual packages – syringe-tubes – mostly dominate in the cost structure.

Antimastitic drugs: iodmastagel created in the Don State Agrarian University, and sedimin produced in Moscow by A-Bio are discussed in the article. Advantages of these preparations are the universality of their antimicrobial action, low cost. Iodine and organic form of selenium are not only harmless to the body, but also enrich the milk with so deficient nutrients.

Application of the antibiotics-free preparations (iodmastagel and sedimin) can improve the profitability of dairy cattle breeding. Authors recommend these preparations for use in the treatment and possible prevention of mastitis. Taking into account the cost of the initial components iodmastagel today is economically profitable.

Key words: sedimin, iodmastagel, cows, resistance, nonspecific resistance, mammary gland, mastitis, selenium, iodine.


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Author affiliation

Suzansky Aleksander S., veterinary surgeon, post-graduate student of the Don State Agrarian University, lecturer of the department of clinical and veterinary disciplines of the Shevchenko Dnestr State University; 33, 48, Gvardeyskaya st., Thyraspol, Moldova; ph.: +37353370941; e-mail:

Apieva Elza Zh., post-graduate student of the Krasnodar Scientific-Research Veterinary Institute; 1, 1st Line st., Krasnodar, 350004; ph. +8(960)4915992; e-mail:

Osipchuk Galina V., graduate of the department of physiology and feeding of agricultural animals of the Kuban State Agrarian University, veterinary surgeon; 513, 13/3, Kalilina st., Krasnodar, 350044; ph.:+89284055776; e-mail:

Rodin Igor A., D.Sc. in Veterinary Medicine, professor of the department of surgery and obstetrics of the Kuban State Agrarian University; 13, Kalinina st., Krasnodar, 350044; ph.:+8(918)4350549; e-mail:

Sklyarov Sergey P., Ph. D. in Veterinary Medicine, senior lecturer of the department of parasitology and veterinary-sanitary examination, anatomy and patanatomy of the Stavropol State Agrarian University; 13, Peschany lane, Mikhailovsk, 356240; ph.: +8(905)4910913; e-mail:

Simonov Aleksander N., Ph. D. in Biology, senior lecturer of the department of epizootology and microbiology of the Stavropol State Agrarian University; 16, 213/3, Prigorodnaya st., Stavropol, 355000; ph.: +8(962)4918358; e-mail:

Taranukha Nadezhda I., Ph. D. in Veterinary Medicine, assistant of the department of therapy and pharmacology of the Stavropol State Agrarian University; 236, 38 b, Pirogova st., Stavropol, 355045; ph.: 8 (905) 419-02- 93; e-mail:

Responsible for correspondence with the editorial board: Povetkin Sergey N., Ph. D. in Veterinary Medicine, senior scientific researcher of the laboratory of parasitology and veterinary-sanitary examination of the Krasnodar Scientific-Research Veterinary Institute; 1, 1st Line, Krasnodar, 350004; ph.:+8(918)3500889; e-mail:


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