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Vol. 10, Special Issue 5 (2021)

Therapeutic management of uterine prolapse in buffalo

Dr. Sandhya Rani Dasari and Dr. Aruna Maramulla
Uterine prolapse is a medical emergency that should be addressed as soon as possible. It's simple to diagnose, but it's difficult to treat. If we don't handle the animal right away, as the uterus prolapses, pressure is applied to large uterine vessels, which may result in vessel rupture, causing internal bleeding lead to hypovolemic shock and death of the animal. Buffaloes are more likely than cows to have uterine prolapse. Delaying the postpartum return to estrus, conception rate, and calving interval, uterine prolapse has a negative impact on cattle reproductive and productive efficiency. This article discusses the effective clinical treatment of uterine prolapse in 6 years old buffalo, which was treated with the 3 Rs (reduction, repositioning, and retention) under epidural anesthesia. To retention of prolapse used the ropetruss method to keep the prolapse in place.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Sandhya Rani Dasari and Dr. Aruna Maramulla. Therapeutic management of uterine prolapse in buffalo. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(5S): 706-708.

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