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Vol. 11, Special Issue 1 (2022)

Physiological and biochemical analysis of dogs undergoing femoral fracture repair using advanced locking plate system II and locking compression plate

Author(s):
Ojus S, D Dilipkumar, Bhagavantappa B, Vijay Kumar M, Sandeep Halmandge, Manjunath Patil and Venkatgiri
Abstract:
Analysis of the physiological and biochemical parameters was performed on 12 dogs that underwent surgical repair of diaphyseal femoral fracture using either advanced locking plate system II or locking compression plate. Fracture healing characteristics were studied based on physiological and biochemical parameters. Physiological parameters viz., respiratory rate, heart rate and rectal temperature were analysed on 0th, 15th, 30th and 60th post-operative days. Biochemical parameters viz., serum alkaline phosphatase, serum calcium and serum phosphorous were analysed on pre-operative and 0th, 15th, 30th and 60th post-operative days. Fluctuations with respect to the physiological parameters were observed in both the groups in all post-operative days. Serum alkaline phosphatase showed a decreasing trend up to 30th post-operative day after which, there was an increase on 60th post-operative day. Serum calcium levels peaked on the 15th post-operative day followed by a steady decrease on 30th and 60th post-operative days. Serum phosphorous levels displayed an increase up to 30th post-operative day followed by a decrease on 60th post-operative day. All the observed values of the physiological and biochemical parameters during the period of study were within the acceptable physiological limits.
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How to cite this article:
Ojus S, D Dilipkumar, Bhagavantappa B, Vijay Kumar M, Sandeep Halmandge, Manjunath Patil and Venkatgiri. Physiological and biochemical analysis of dogs undergoing femoral fracture repair using advanced locking plate system II and locking compression plate. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(1S): 1137-1141.

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