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Vol. 7, Issue 10 (2018)

Pre and post caesarean section haematological profile in buffaloes suffering from dystocia in relation to survival rate

Author(s):
Ajit Verma, RK Chandolia, Parveen Kumar, Lokesh Kumar and Nitin Soni
Abstract:
Dystocia has a considerable impact on future reproduction and production of animals. The present study was conducted to determine the haematological profile in buffaloes suffering from dystocia in which caesarean section was carried out. The study was conducted on 13 buffaloes suffering from dystocia. Blood samples were collected before (0 hr) and after caesarean section, (12 and 24 hours) and the parameters (Hb, TLC, DLC) were compared in relation with survivability of dam. Animals those survived after caesarean section had non-significant (P<0.05) lower Hb and levels were further significantly (P<0.05) lower in animals those died. There was significant increase in TLC and neutrophil% at 12 hours post caesarean which remained within similar range up to 24 hours post caesarean in both the groups of animals those survived and died post caesarean.
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How to cite this article:
Ajit Verma, RK Chandolia, Parveen Kumar, Lokesh Kumar, Nitin Soni. Pre and post caesarean section haematological profile in buffaloes suffering from dystocia in relation to survival rate. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(10):705-707.

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