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Author Periyasamy, Manikandan Venkatesan, M. Selvaraj, P.
Source KrishiKosh-Indian National Agricultural Research System
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Publisher TANUVAS
File Format PDF
Language English
Alternative Title TANUVAS 9th Clinical Case Conference Abstract 3rd - 4th August 2017
Subject Domain (in DDC) Technology ♦ Agriculture & related technologies ♦ Animal husbandry
Subject Keyword Mastitis ♦ Cefotoxime.adrenaline ♦ Ascorbic Acid ♦ Veterinary Science - Conference Abstract
Abstract A four year old Jersey crossbred cow was presented to the LAC UNIT OF TVCC, VC&RI, Orthanadu with history of blood in milk from right fore quarter for the past 4 days from its calving. Physical examination showed a atrophied right hind quarter with no changes in other quarters. Systemic and thick in consistency Complete 510 dog: quarter milk was blood tinged and thick in consistency. Complete Blood Count and Peripheral Blood Smear evaluation revealed no clinical changes. Milk samples collected by using sterile culture tube from the three quarters were subjected to laboratory evaluation, E.coli was isolated and it was found to be sensitive to Cefotoxime, intermediary sensitive to Gentamicin drugs. It was treated with inj. Ceftriaxone @ 15mg /kg body weight - IV, inj CPM @ 0.25mg/kg -IM, Flunixinemeglumine @ lmg/kg »- IV and inj. Ascorbic acid lOml — 51nl of Adrenaline (111000) mixed in 20ml of NS was infused intramammary for 3 days. 100g of curry leaves with one lemon were given orally daily as supportive therapy. On fourth day the milk colour turned to normal white and the consistency was normal. Owner was advised to provide soft bedding and avoid knuckling method of milking. not much reports are there on the presence of blood tinged milk in coliform mastitis. This blood tinged milk was found due to increased vascular permeability in severe coliform mastitis coupled with use ofknuckling method, results in bloody milk. Hence in treatment of coliforms, client shall be advised on safe milking practice.
Educational Use Reading
Education Level UG and PG
Learning Resource Type Conference Proceedings
Publisher Date 2017-08-01
Size (in Bytes) 2.00 MB
Page Count 2
Starting Page 169
Ending Page 170