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2019-06
KARNATAKA VETERINARY, ANIMAL AND FISHERIES SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, BIDAR

The study was carried out to evaluate the feasibility of Romifidine, Dexmedetomidine and Xylazine sedation for Ketamine-Isoflurane general anaesthesia for various surgeries in cattle. The study was carried out in 18 clinical cases of cattle presented for various major surgical procedures randomly divided into three groups consisting of six cattle in each gr...

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KARNATAKA VETERINARY, ANIMAL AND FISHERIES SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, BIDAR-585 226

The present study was conducted in two phases. In phase I, incidence study of long bone fractures in goats was undertaken. The incidence of long bone fractures among all surgical conditions in goats was 6.97%. Female goats were more commonly affected. Higher incidence of fractures was noticed in hindlimbs and in young goats between six months to one year of...

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2019-07
KARNATAKA VETERINARY, ANIMAL AND FISHERIES SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, BIDAR

Extended Spectrum Beta-lactamase producing E. coli have emerged as important food-borne pathogens. Food producing animals, especially poultry have been discussed as an important source for transmission of ESBL producing pathogens to human being. In the present work, samples were collected from poultry (n=515) from north-eastern Karnataka region during the p...

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2017-11
KARNATAKA VETERINARY, ANIMAL AND FISHERIES SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, BIDAR

A study was undertaken to assess the prevalence of gastro-intestinal parasites in semi-captive sloth bears maintained at Wildlife SOS, Bannerghatta Bear Rescue Centre (BBRC), Bannerghatta, Bengaluru. The study was conducted from July to September, 2017. The study was conducted in relation to age and sex of sloth bears, the effect of anthelmintic treatment was a...

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