Infectious bovine keratoconjuctivitis and its success ful therapeutic management a case report
HK Behera, D Sarkar, KK Sardar, P Mohapatra, GR Jena and D Kumar
The present study describe the infectious bovine kerato conjunctivitis in a four months old 100 kg weighing HF cross calf having the clinical sign of anorexia, excessive production of tear and following overflow of tears onto the face. The calf was administered with oxytetracycline LA (10mg/kg body weight) once in 3days alternate basis for 3 weeks. ciprofloxacin eye drops @ 10 drops thrice a day at regular basis for 3 weeks, subconjunctival dexamethasone 0.2ml alternative day and vitamin supplements was given 5 ml intramuscularly and following this treatment the lesion was gradually subsided.
How to cite this article:
HK Behera, D Sarkar, KK Sardar, P Mohapatra, GR Jena, D Kumar. Infectious bovine keratoconjuctivitis and its success ful therapeutic management a case report. Pharma Innovation 2017;6(12):451-452.