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Vol. 8, Issue 7 (2019)

Emergency ingluviotomy and clinical management of rat bait poisoning in non-descript hen: A rare case report

Author(s):
Thangamani A, A Uday Kiran, Sonia Banisetty, A Revathi, K Priyanka, N Ratnamrutha and K Rajesh
Abstract:
Two non-descriptive hens presented to the Teaching Veterinary Clinical complex with the history of lateral recumbency and closed eyes since previous day evening. The birds were eaten rat bait that prepared for rat. The birds were stabilized with administration of dexamethasone sodium. On palpation the crop contained feed material that was removed by ingluvotomy for prevention of further absorption of toxin. On examination of crop material revealed that contains boiled rice along with pieces of black colour rat poison cake. The birds were administered with 0.3 ml of Vitamin-K and 0.4 ml of Tribivet injection intramuscularly. The incision site was closed after through washing of crop. Among two birds one bird was died after 5 hrs of treatment. At the end one bird was recovered uneventfully after treatment.
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How to cite this article:
Thangamani A, A Uday Kiran, Sonia Banisetty, A Revathi, K Priyanka, N Ratnamrutha, K Rajesh. Emergency ingluviotomy and clinical management of rat bait poisoning in non-descript hen: A rare case report. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(7):93-94.

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