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Vol. 8, Issue 6 (2019)

Effect of laparoscopic and right flank approaches of on haematological and biochemical parameters in dogs

Author(s):
Vasudev Pai, Dilipkumar D, Shivaprakash BV, Vinay PT, Ashok Pawar and Srinivas Reddy
Abstract:
The study was conducted in twelve healthy sexually intact female dogs presented for elective birth control surgery at the Department of Surgery and Radiology, Veterinary College Bidar. The animals were randomly divided into two groups viz., Group-I and Group-II, each consisting of six dogs. The animals were kept on 24 hours of off feeding and 12 hours of off water. Bladder catheterization was done for both the groups of animals. The erythrocyte levels fluctuated within normal physiological range at all the intervals of study in both the groups of animals. The erythrocyte levels, packed cell volume fluctuated within normal physiological range at all the intervals of study in both the groups of animals. There was decrease in haemoglobin levels from pre-operative to soon after surgery and the values rose up to near baseline on 10th post-operative day in both the groups of animals. The rise on 10th day was significant in Group-I animals. The total leucocyte count significantly increased at immediate post-operative period from pre-operative period in both the groups and returned to base level on 10th day after surgery. The total leucocyte count significantly increased at immediate post-operative period from pre-operative period in both the groups and returned to base level on 10th day after surgery. The neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio was increased at immediate post-operative period and was significant only in Group-II animals. Alanine transaminase and aspartate transaminase levels were also in the normal range without significance. The blood urea nitrogen levels in Group-I and II increased in post-operative periods and 10th day. The changes were significant only in Group-I animals indicative of comparatively higher renal stress in them than in Group-II animals in addition to anaesthetic stress.
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How to cite this article:
Vasudev Pai, Dilipkumar D, Shivaprakash BV, Vinay PT, Ashok Pawar, Srinivas Reddy. Effect of laparoscopic and right flank approaches of on haematological and biochemical parameters in dogs. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(6):665-669.

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