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Vol. 9, Issue 5 (2020)

Fetotomy: An obstetrical operation to resolve the dystocia in the domestic animals: A review

Author(s):
Pramod Kumar, Dharmveer Singh, Sivendra Kumar Bhalothia, Tapendra Kumar, KS Nehra, Ashok Kumar and Talluri T Rao
Abstract:
The principle purpose of obstetrical operations is to deliver a viable fetus as far as possible without injury to the dam. In most cases of dystocia, one or more combinations of the different obstetrical operations are performed. The obstetrical operations have been divided into four major groups’ viz. mutation, forced extraction, fetotomy and caesarean section. The plan of the choice of the procedures to be used for a safe delivery depends not only on the condition of the case but also on the time since dystocia and assistance available. The present paper detailed about the indications, procedure, merits and demerits of fetotomy in domestic animals.
Pages: 139-143  |  145 Views  11 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Pramod Kumar, Dharmveer Singh, Sivendra Kumar Bhalothia, Tapendra Kumar, KS Nehra, Ashok Kumar, Talluri T Rao. Fetotomy: An obstetrical operation to resolve the dystocia in the domestic animals: A review. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(5):139-143.
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