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Vol. 9, Issue 2 (2020)

Haematological and biochemical changes in subclinical ketosis affected cross bred cows in and around Bangalore

Author(s):
SC Paramesh, MC Anil Kumar, PT Ramesh, HA Upendra, M Narayanaswamy and KP Manjunath
Abstract:
Recently calved cows (0-2 months) were subjected to blood BHBA estimation and cases with blood BHBA level between the ranges of 1400µmol/L to 2500µmol/L were selected as positive for subclinical ketosis. Cows which were apparently healthy and blood BHBA level less than 1000µmol/L were selected as negative for subclinical ketosis and these animals were selected as control group. Blood samples were collected and subjected for estimation of various haematological and biochemical parameters. No significant difference was noticed in haematological parameters like Total Erythrocyte Count (TEC), Total Leukocyte Count (TLC), and thrombocyte counts except significant decrease in Haemoglobin (Hb) in subclinical affected letotic cows. Significant decrease in serum glucose, calcium, total protein and albumin with increased AST and GGT is observed in subclinical ketotic cows compare to normal healthy cows.
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How to cite this article:
SC Paramesh, MC Anil Kumar, PT Ramesh, HA Upendra, M Narayanaswamy, KP Manjunath. Haematological and biochemical changes in subclinical ketosis affected cross bred cows in and around Bangalore. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(2):387-390.

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