Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is one of the major economical and welfare concerns for the cattle industry worldwide (1). BRD incidence varies enormously according to farm management, prophylaxis measures, involved pathogens, and animal-related predisposing factors since all of them play a decisive role in the development and severity of the disease (2, 3). The Research Topic consequently aims to broaden the current knowledge on BRD etiology, on its pathogenetic mechanisms, on possible hazards related to breeding and transport practices, on immunopathological implications, on new technologies for the diagnosis, on possible prophylaxis and treatment, as well as on risk factors and on emerging antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Due to the multifactorial etiology of the syndrome, the articles encompass within this Research Topic have all a multidisciplinary approach

Editorial: Evolving prospects on bovine respiratory diseases and management in feedlot cattle

Annamaria Pratelli
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2022-01-01

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Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is one of the major economical and welfare concerns for the cattle industry worldwide (1). BRD incidence varies enormously according to farm management, prophylaxis measures, involved pathogens, and animal-related predisposing factors since all of them play a decisive role in the development and severity of the disease (2, 3). The Research Topic consequently aims to broaden the current knowledge on BRD etiology, on its pathogenetic mechanisms, on possible hazards related to breeding and transport practices, on immunopathological implications, on new technologies for the diagnosis, on possible prophylaxis and treatment, as well as on risk factors and on emerging antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Due to the multifactorial etiology of the syndrome, the articles encompass within this Research Topic have all a multidisciplinary approach
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