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Two cows were presented with symptoms of anorexia, chronic bloat and yellowish green discharge from nostrils, no rumination, depression, weakness, dehydration and debilitated condition since last fifteen days. Palpation of left paralumbar fossa showed absence of ruminal motility and abnormal...

Author(s)
Gireeshkumar, V.; Reddy, K. J. M.; Raghavender, K. B. P.
Publisher
Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Ahmedabad, India
Citation
Intas Polivet, 2017, 18, 2, pp 324-326
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A crossbred Jersey cow was presented with chronic recurrent tympany since last two months. Per-rectal examination showed distended and heavily impacted rumen. Exploratory rumenotomy was performed and around 40 kg of foreign materials including plastics, rubber materials, iron nut bolt were removed...

Author(s)
Sadananda Nayak; Behera, S. S.; Behera, M.
Publisher
Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Ahmedabad, India
Citation
Intas Polivet, 2014, 15, 1, pp 76-78
Abstract

This paper presents the first clinical and biochemical findings and therapeutic management of amitraz intoxication in cattle. A Simmental cow aged 7 years and one Simmental heifer aged 1 year from a farm in Turkey were referred to our clinic due to accidental intramuscular amitraz injection (Kenaz, ...

Author(s)
Kızıl, O.; Balıkçı, E.; Dabak, M.; Ozdemır, H.
Publisher
École Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 2008, 159, 3, pp 166-168
Abstract

Treatment of rumen dysfunction was with strychnine sulphate 10, cobalt sulphate 20 mg, sodium bicarbonate and sodium phosphate each 2 g in a gelatin capsule. There was no untoward effect when 4 capsules were given to a buffalo or 2 to a sheep. In vitro the preparation stimulated microbial activity...

Author(s)
Joshi, B. P.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1976, 53, 5, pp 361-363
Abstract

Colamine was recommended for the treatment of gastro-enteritis, ruminal atony and tympanites in ruminants. The oral dose was 1-2 ml. for gastro-enteritis in calves and 3-5 ml. in 200-300 ml. water for tympanites in cows. For subcutaneous injection colamine hydrochloride was given in doses of...

Author(s)
Kamalyan, G. V.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1959, 36, 8, pp 63-66 pp.
Abstract

A Friesian cow aged 6-7 years became suddenly ill with a rectal temperature of 103 °F., scouring, depressed ruminal sounds, bloating and shallow, fast heart sounds. Treatment for physico-chemical poisoning was instituted but death occurred 24 hours later. P.M. findings included haemorrhagic...

Author(s)
Connolly, J. F.
Citation
Irish Veterinary Journal, 1964, 18, pp 193-194

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