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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

Mini review on uterine prolapse in bovine: Treatment and management

Author(s):
Rohit Juneja, Arpita Sain, Krishna N Bansal, Ishwar Mal Harizan and Anklesh Katara
Abstract:
Uterine prolapse is a most critical emergency obstetrical problem in bovine, which mostly occurs within one day of postpartum and leads to death or future complications in timely untreated cases. A relaxed, atonic, flaccid uterus and tympany and retention of the placenta especially at the ovarian pole of the gravid horn in cows, and low serum calcium levels enhanced the chance of uterine prolapse. 2-3 hours after prolapse the prolapsed mass starts to become edematous and fibrosed some time excessive bleeding may cause the death of the animal. In this review predisposing factors, clinical findings, and management of uterine prolapse are mentioned below.
Pages: 1229-1231  |  773 Views  502 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Rohit Juneja, Arpita Sain, Krishna N Bansal, Ishwar Mal Harizan and Anklesh Katara. Mini review on uterine prolapse in bovine: Treatment and management. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 1229-1231.

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