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Vol. 10, Special Issue 2 (2021)

Management of total uterine prolapse in crossbred Jersy cow: A case report

Author(s):
S Shanmuganathan, R Manikandan and S Pavithra
Abstract:
A two-year-old crossbred jersy cow presented in field with a complaint of continous straining and completely prolapsed uterus touching the floor. Animal was in sternal recumbancy with temperature of 38.3 ºC and normal physiological function of the body was noticed during examination. The case was diagnosed as total uterine prolapse based on the clinical examination. The uterine prolapse was corrected under epidural anesthesia with Buhners vulval retention technique. Antibiotics, analgesics and antihistamines were administered to the animal and recovered completely after 10 days. This case report describes total uterine prolapse and its successful management in a primiparous crossbred jersy cow.
Pages: 102-103  |  464 Views  144 Downloads
How to cite this article:
S Shanmuganathan, R Manikandan and S Pavithra. Management of total uterine prolapse in crossbred Jersy cow: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(2S): 102-103.

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