Diagnosis of clinical endometritis in graded Murrah buffaloes
Venkatesh D, Venkataramana K, Ramsingh L and Swathi B
A study was conducted on 50 graded murrah buffaloes with the history of repeat breeding to diagnose the endometritis by various diagnostic methods. The buffaloes were divided into five groups (n=10). The cervico-vaginal mucus were collected for estimation of pH, White side test, Bacterial load and uterine flushings were collected for PMNL (Polymorphonuclear leukocyte) cell count. The overall mean values of the pH, bacterial load and PMNL cell count were 8.13±0.00, 77.12±0.50x106/ml, 23.76±0.40 respectively. The study was concluded that PMNL cell count and Bacterial load could be reliable methods to diagnose the endometritis in buffaloes.
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Venkatesh D, Venkataramana K, Ramsingh L and Swathi B. Diagnosis of clinical endometritis in graded Murrah buffaloes. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 219-220.