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Vol. 10, Special Issue 9 (2021)
Therapeutic approach in field clinical case of hypophosphatemia in a pregnant cross bred dairy cow in Theni district of Tamil Nadu state
A Senthilkumar and T Chandeasekar
Hypophosphatemia being a production disease not only drastically reduces milk production but also causes great losses in term of mortality and high expenses of treatment. A pluriparous 6 month pregnant dairy cow was referred with a history of coffee colored urine for past three days and other physiological parameters were normal. Based on clinical observation and laboratory findings the case was diagnosed as hypophosphatemia .The animal was treated with inj. Buffered phosphorus and inosine and sodium pyruvate sodium 50 ml i/v for 3 days, Inj. Multivitamin for 5 days and Sodium acid Phosphate 60 g orally for 10 days and the animal showed complete recovery on fourth day.
How to cite this article:
A Senthilkumar and T Chandeasekar. Therapeutic approach in field clinical case of hypophosphatemia in a pregnant cross bred dairy cow in Theni district of Tamil Nadu state. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(9S): 174-175.