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To quantitatively evaluate the uterine activity, a tocodynamometric method, developed based on recording of uterine contractions across the abdominal surface is used. The study was carried out on 40 clinical cases of dystocia in female dogs, diagnosed to be due to complete primary uterine inertia...

Author(s)
Prashantkumar; Krishnaswamy, A.; Honnappa, T. G.; Murthy, V. C.; Bhat, M. N.; Rangnath, L.
Publisher
Indian Society for Advancement of Canine Practice, Lucknow, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Canine Practice, 2019, 11, 1, pp 38-41
Abstract

A two and half years old beagle bitch was brought with the history of greenish vaginal discharge for over 12 hours with no progressive abdominal straining and uterine contraction. Treatment for primary uterine inertia resulted in assisted delivery of puppies.

Author(s)
Reshma, A.; Gowda, A. J. S.; Gudur, I. H.
Publisher
Indian Veterinary Association, Chennai, India
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 2019, 96, 2, pp 63-64
Abstract

This study aimed to examine the etiology of canine dystocia by measuring the relative expression of oxytocin receptor (OXTR) mRNA and the concentration of serum progesterone, plasma PGF metabolite (PGFM), and blood ionized calcium (iCa) near term and in dystocia. Altogether 58 bitches were...

Author(s)
Tamminen, T.; Sahlin, L.; Masironi-Malm, B.; Dahlbom, M.; Katila, T.; Taponen, J.; Laitinen-Vapaavuori, O.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2019, 135, pp 38-45
Abstract

Uterine inertia is a common cause of dystocia in the bitch and is designated as primary (i.e., uterine contractions fail to ever be initiated) or secondary (i.e., uterine contractions cease after a period of time but before labor is completed). The etiology of primary uterine inertia is not well...

Author(s)
Davidson, A. P.
Publisher
American Animal Hospital Association, Denver, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 2011, 47, 2, pp 83-88
Abstract

Uterine torsion is an uncommon disorder of bitch and is more likely to occur in the pregnant animals. A three-year-old Labrador bitch was presented to the Madras Veterinary College Teaching Hospital with the history of having delivered two live puppies in the morning with no further signs of...

Author(s)
Mohamed, S. A.; Kavitha Kannan; Arunmozhi Narayanasamy; Sankar Palanisamy; Sridevi Purushothaman
Publisher
TÜBİTAK, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, 2019, 43, 2, pp 296-298
Abstract

Normal labor is accompanied by sequential changes in blood concentrations of prostaglandin F2α (measured as 15-ketodihydro-PGF2α=PGFM), progesterone, estradiol, oxytocin, vasopressin, and of elevated cortisol levels. The aim of this study was to investigate hormone concentrations in dogs diagnosed...

Author(s)
Bergström, A.; Fransson, B.; Lagerstedt, A. S.; Kindahl, H.; Olsson, U.; Olsson, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2010, 73, 8, pp 1068-1075
Abstract

Bitches with dystocia most often present with clinical signs of uterine inertia (UI). The aetiology of myometrial dysfunction in most of these cases is still not elucidated. We compared blood ionized calcium (iCa) and glucose concentrations in bitches diagnosed with primary UI (PUI, n=14),...

Author(s)
Frehner, B. L.; Reichler, I. M.; Keller, S.; Goericke-Pesch, S.; Balogh, O.
Publisher
Wiley, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 2018, 53, 3, pp 680-687
Abstract

Studies were conducted to analyze the efficacy of different treatment procedures employed to relieve dystocia in bitches (n=240). In the present study medical treatment using oxytocin, calcium and dextrose either alone or in combination was employed to treat only cases of primary complete or ...

Author(s)
Narasimha Murthy; Devaraj, M.; Krishnaswamy, A.; Honnappa, T. G.
Publisher
Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction (ISSAR), Chennai, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction, 2014, 35, 1, pp 49-51
Abstract

Despite the high prevalence of primary uterine inertia in whelping bitches, the underlying pathogenesis remains unclear. The objectives were to (i) determine serum concentrations of total calcium, ionized calcium (iCa), parathyroid hormone (PTH), and blood pH in normally whelping bitches throughout ...

Author(s)
Hollinshead, F. K.; Hanlon, D. W.; Gilbert, R. O.; Verstegen, J. P.; Krekeler, N.; Volkmann, D. H.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2010, 73, 9, pp 1276-1283
AbstractFull Text

Dystocia is the inability to expel the fetus through the birth canal during parturition. This is a report of a case of dystocia by primary uterine inertia associated with hypoglycemic shock in a five-year-old mongrel bitch. The animal was admitted to the veterinary hospital with abdominal...

Author(s)
Henrique, F. V.; Silva, A. O. da; Silva, A. V. A. da; Carneiro, R. dos S.; Araújo, N. L. de S.
Publisher
Universidade Paranaense, Umuarama, Brazil
Citation
Arquivos de Ciências Veterinárias e Zoologia da UNIPAR, 2015, 18, 3, pp 179-183

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