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Clinical Management of Oedematous Emphysema in HF Bull: A Case Report

Vinod Haribhau Shende, Ajeet Singh, Anil Korade, S. Hanumantrao. Sontakke, Hemant Dashrath Kadam and Jayant Ramchandra Khadse

Frozen Semen Lab, CRS, BAIF Development Research Foundation, Pune- 412202, Maharashtra

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal September 2019 : 96 (09) - pages 70 to 72
(Received: December, 2018, Accepted: May, 2019)


Present report deals with the clinical management of oedematous emphysema in breeding bull. Symptoms such as Anorexia, body temperature 106ºF on rst day, dyspnoea, watery nasal discharge, frequent coughing and oedematous swelling on whole body (neck, thigh, back and abdomen)were observed. Good recovery response was observed with parenteral administration of Wocktrose (20%) and ceftriaxone. Intramuscular administration of megludyne, prednisolone, anistamin and tribivet was also undertaken. Peros treatment includes serakind and ecotos bolus. Bull was completely recovered in 15 days.

Key Words: Breeding bull, emphysema, Oedema, respiratory disorder

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