Caesarian section in a dairy cow due to feto-pelvic incompatibility: A case report
Author(s): M Bhuyan, I Gayari, M Baruti and R Deka
Abstract: A four years old Crossbred cow was presented in Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex (TVCC) showing the signs of continuous straining. An attempt to deliver the fetus by manual handling was performed in field but only the fore limbs of the fetus could be retracted from the birth canal. Upon failing to deliver the fetus, the case was referred to TVCC, Khanapara. A thorough examination revealed the condition was also associated with feto-pelvic disproportion leading to inability to deliver the fetus. The case was subjected for immediate Cesarean Section. The animal showed progressive signs of recovery on 7th day onwards with normal body temperature, appetite, stool and urine.
M Bhuyan, I Gayari, M Baruti and R Deka. Caesarian section in a dairy cow due to feto-pelvic incompatibility: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(12S): 96-98. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2020.v9.i12Sb.5463