Chronic-recurrent respiratory diseases
Bacteria of the Pseudomonacaeae and Klebsiella can often be isolated with Bronchopneumonia (e.g. COPD-chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).
Metritis is the main cause of abortion and sterility. The spectrum of bacteria that can be found is heterogeneous. Often two or more different bacterial pathogens are involved in the ongoing disease.
E. coli and beta-haemolytic Streptococci are most common, followed by Klebsiella and non-fermenters such as Pseudomonas.
Infections with E. coli
The application of autogenous vaccines can be indicated with diarrhoea and colic when the amount of E. coli (in particular mucoid forms) in faeces is extremely high. Local (per os) application of the vaccine is a measure accompanying systemic therapy and / or antibiotic therapy.
Papillomatosis and equine sarcoid
Viral papillomatosis and equine sarcoid can be treated with autogenous vaccines. A diagnostic analysis by patho-histological examination is recommended.
Trichophyton (mainly Trichophyton equinum) and Microsporum infections are most common. Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Trichophyton verrucosum and Microsporum gypseum can also be found in diagnostic samples. Vaccination can contribute to healing of infections and protection against reinfection.