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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(9): 783-798
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.809.094


Foreign Body Syndrome in Cattle: An Incidence and Clinico-Haemato-Biochemical Changes
A. S. Lakhpati*, B. N. Ambore, G. D. Wankhede, V. R. Patodkar, S. U. Digraskar, R. V. Suryawanshi and A. B Mali
Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, Ethics and Jurisprudence, India Krantisinh Nana Patil College of Veterinary Science, MAFSU, Shirwal, Dist. Satara (MS), India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The present research work was aimed to study an incidence, clinical findings and haemato-biochemical changes in foreign body syndrome in cattle. Overall incidence of FBS was 49.31% with highest in Holsten Friesian (69.44%) followed by Jersey (8.33%), Gir (5.55%) and Non-descript (5.55%). Further it was more in females (91.66%) than male (8.33%).General observations in FBS cases revealed change in posture and gait, distended and impacted rumen, scanty or loose faeces, normal to emaciated and hide bound body condition. Most of the affected females were in their third trimester of pregnancy or recently parturited. There was significant (p<0.01) decrease in milk yield with overall decrease of 40.17%.Common clinical signs observed in FBS affected cases were in appetence, absence of rumination, recurrent bloat, brisket oedema, jugular pulsation, changes in heart sounds, dyspnoea, coughing, arched back, abducted elbows and intermittent pain symptoms. There was Non-significant changes in body temperature while significant (p<0.01) increase in heart rate and respiratory rate and decrease in ruminal motility recorded. Haematology showed lymphocytopenia with neutrophilia and increase in band neutrophils. There was hypoalbuminemia and hyperglobinamia (p<0.05) with significant (p<0.01) increase in AST, ALT, CPK and LDH (p<0.05) levels in FBS cattle.


Keywords: Areca nut, UHPLC, Redox titration, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C
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Lakhpati, A. S., B. N. Ambore, G. D. Wankhede, V. R. Patodkar, S. U. Digraskar, R. V. Suryawanshi and Mali, A. B. 2019. Foreign Body Syndrome in Cattle: An Incidence and Clinico-Haemato-Biochemical Changes.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(9): 783-798. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.809.094