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Vol. 9, Special Issue 9 (2020)

Effect of injectable anti-oxidant vitamins (A, E & SE) in the separation and expulsion of fetal membranes and involution in dairy cows

Author(s):
Ravikumar Kaliannan, Selvaraju Mani, Palanisamy Mahakrishnan, Prakash Subramaniyan, Varudharajan Venkatraman and Gopikrishnan Duraisamy
Abstract:
An analytical study was conducted to assess the effect of supplementation of injectable anti-oxidant vitamins A, E & Se in an experimental group of forty animals. The animals were randomly divided into four groups with ten each and the study was carried out. They were administered with Vitamin A, Vitamin E & Se and Vitamin A, E & Se in Group II, III & IV respectively and group I as control. The animals were monitored after postpartum for their separation and expulsion of fetal membranes and their involution parameters ultrasonographically. The data were statistically analyzed and reported. It was concluded that the prepartum supplementation of injectable anti-oxidant vitamins has a correlative effect in separation of fetal membranes and involution in animals without any postpartum complications.
Pages: 12-14  |  152 Views  8 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ravikumar Kaliannan, Selvaraju Mani, Palanisamy Mahakrishnan, Prakash Subramaniyan, Varudharajan Venkatraman and Gopikrishnan Duraisamy. Effect of injectable anti-oxidant vitamins (A, E & SE) in the separation and expulsion of fetal membranes and involution in dairy cows. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(9S): 12-14.
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