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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Studies on dystocia in does: A retrospective study

Author(s):
Dr. Mansingh, Dr. Suthar BN, Dr. Sutaria TV and Dr. Chauhan PM
Abstract:
In this retrospective study, dystocia weather maternal and / or fetal causes in does were analyzed. A total of 12 does suffering with dystocia (maternal dystocia, n=6) and (fetal dystocia, n=6) admitted to the Clinics College of Veterinary Science, Kamdhenu university Gujarat were the subject of study. The recorded incidence of dystocia in does was 39.38% being higher in the month of August (62.50%) followed by March-May (50.00%) and June-July (46.15%).Ring womb/indialation of cervix, uterine twisting were the major causes for maternal dystocia while the postural abnormalities includes deviation of head, hip flexion, shoulder flexion and breech presentation and were responsible for fetal dystocia. From this study, it is concluded that in order to obtain high fetal and dam survival and also to reduce the cost of treatment, does with dystocia should be presented without undue delay.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Mansingh, Dr. Suthar BN, Dr. Sutaria TV and Dr. Chauhan PM. Studies on dystocia in does: A retrospective study. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 2662-2666.
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