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Vol. 10, Special Issue 3 (2021)

Successful management of Cervico-vaginal prolapse in pre-partum Murrah buffalo: Case report

Author(s):
Man Singh, Vishal Sharma, Sandeep Dhillod, Narender Singh, Subhasish Sahu and Dipin Chand Yadav
Abstract:
Buffaloes are different in many ways as compared to other cattle in health aspect. Pre-partum vaginal prolapse is one of the main reproductive disorders in buffaloes. A Murrah buffalo of 7.4 years old in last month of its pregnancy was presented at Government Veterinary Hospital, Munak, Karnal, Haryana with cervico-vaginal prolapse case. The physical examination of the prolapsed mass revealed a stained, congested and abraded vaginal mucous membrane. The buffalo was restrained and epidural anaesthesia (2% lignocaine hydrochloride) was administered and 2% potassium permanganate in cold water applied for making prolapsed mass aseptic and reduced in size and manual repositioning done with little pressure in pelvic cavity. The buffalo given antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, anti-histamine and calcium supplementation besides fluid therapy for four days. The buffalo was normal on day fifth with no complication. The aim of the report is to show effective correction of vaginal prolapse with its management by rapid diagnosis and fast action.
Pages: 220-221  |  451 Views  92 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Man Singh, Vishal Sharma, Sandeep Dhillod, Narender Singh, Subhasish Sahu and Dipin Chand Yadav. Successful management of Cervico-vaginal prolapse in pre-partum Murrah buffalo: Case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(3S): 220-221.

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