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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

Clinico-diagnostic investigation on hyperglycemia in dairy buffaloes

Author(s):
Sumnil Marwaha, Ricky Jhambh, Vinod Kumar Jain and Rachna Poonia
Abstract:
Hyperglycemia or elevated glucose level is important condition of imbalanced glucose metabolism. It can occur in various clinical conditions even in absence of diabetes. Therefore, the present study was conducted on hyperglycemic buffaloes presented to the Medicine Section of Veterinary Clinical Complex, LUVAS, Hisar from 1stNovember, 2018 to 15th January, 2019 for various clinical affections and were characterized as per the primary disease condition diagnosed. There were total 24 buffaloes in which there was hyperglycemia. The study showed that hyperglycemia in these buffaloes was concurrent mainly with pneumonia, diaphragmatic hernia and traumatic reticuloperitonitis. The blood glucose concentrations measured through automated clinical chemistry analyzer in these cases ranged from 78.9- 275.0 mg/dl with mean value of 150.22±10.15 mg/dl. Thus, the determination of glucose levels in clinical case is important and the use of corticosteroid and glucose infusions in cases with hyperglycemia must be judicious.
Pages: 1031-1034  |  603 Views  438 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sumnil Marwaha, Ricky Jhambh, Vinod Kumar Jain and Rachna Poonia. Clinico-diagnostic investigation on hyperglycemia in dairy buffaloes. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 1031-1034.

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