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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

Evaluation of Clinico-haematological alterations in bovine affected with intestinal obstruction

Author(s):
Dr. Neelam Tandia, Dr. Navdeep Singh, Dr. Vandana Sangwan and Dr. SK Mahajan
Abstract:
Intestinal obstruction is very common affection in case of bovine and it may be due to intussusceptions, feed bolus and volvulus. To evaluate the hematological alteration in animals suffering from intestinal obstruction this study was designed and conducted in 25 normal bovine (Buffaloes = 15, Cattle = 10) and 13 bovine affected with intestinal obstruction out of which 8 were buffaloes and 5 were cattle. Fifteen buffaloes and 10 cattle were included in this study as control group and eight buffaloes and 5 cattle were included in other group. Animals affected with intestinal obstruction diagnosed on the basis of history clinical parameter and ultrasonographycally. In case of clinical parameters of buffaloes significant changes were observed in heart rate and rectal temperature but there is no significant changes in respiration rate whereas in case of cattle significant changes observed only in heart rate and there is no significant changes in respiration rate and rectal temperature. In hematological parameters red blood cells, neutrophils and lymphocyte shows the significant changes in buffaloes whereas in cattle hemoglobin, packed cell volume and lymphocyte shows significant changes other parameters are in normal range with no significant changes.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Neelam Tandia, Dr. Navdeep Singh, Dr. Vandana Sangwan and Dr. SK Mahajan. Evaluation of Clinico-haematological alterations in bovine affected with intestinal obstruction. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 1211-1213.

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