Evaluation of glutaraldehyde test and amount of rumen content chlorine in cases of vagal indigestion Hoflund syndrome due to reticuloperitonitis traumaticaReportar como inadecuado




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Veterinary Archives, Vol.79 No.4 July 2009. -

This study is published in order to present the rumen content, amount of chlorine, and the results of glutaraldehyde test in cattle clinically diagnosed with vagal indigestion Hoflund syndrome due to reticuloperitonitis traumatica RPT. The working material included an experimental group, and a control group. The experimental group was made up of 52 cows of different breeds admitted to our clinic for examination and diagnosed with vagal indigestion due to RPT, their ages ranging between 2-14. The control group was made up of 10 cows of different breeds determined to be healthy in clinical examinations, their ages ranging between

2-8. In total, there were 62 cows. After all cattle in the two groups were clinically examined, a minimum of 100 ml of rumen content samples were taken using rumen sounder. Rumen content chlorine levels was determined according to the Schales-schales method. In order to carry out the glutaraldehyde test in the 25 animals in the experimental group and all the animals in the control group, blood with EDTA was taken from the v. jugularis of the animals. As for the clinical parameters of the animals in the experimental group and the control group; the difference between the arithmetic means of body temperature 38.90 ± 0.55 and 38.68 ± 0.15 °C, respectively, heart frequency 85.92 ± 19.88 and 72.00 ± 7.26 item-minute, respectively, and rumen movement 2.75 ± 1.99 and 8.70 ± 0.48 item- 5 minutes, respectively was at the significance level of P



Autor: Yusuf Gul - ; Department of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Firat, Elazig, Turkey Mustafa Issi -

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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