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Vol. 12, Special Issue 6 (2023)

A case study on post-partum uterine prolapse in a buffalo and its management

Author(s):
Jithil VR and Amrutha VS
Abstract:
Uterine prolapse is considered as a post partum emergency, further it adversely affects the productive and reproductive performance of buffalo. In this case study, a recently calved 7 year old Murrah buffalo, in her 3rd lactation having prolapsed uterus with retained fetal membrane was attended to farmers door step at Methala, Thrissur. Under epidural anaesthesia, cleaned the uterus with Potassium permanganate solution and reduced the oedema of uterus by applying Magnesium sulphate paste. Repositioned the prolapsed uterus to its normal anatomical position and applied Buhner’s suture to prevent the recurrence. Buffalo was also treated with antibiotics, antihistamines, NSAIDS and Calcium borogluconate to avoid further productive and reproductive complications.
Pages: 341-343  |  294 Views  207 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Jithil VR and Amrutha VS. A case study on post-partum uterine prolapse in a buffalo and its management. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(6S): 341-343.

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