3. NON-SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DYSTOCIA DUE TO UTERINE TORSION IN A MEHSANA BUFFALO by S. M. KALASWA, T. V. SUTARIA, H. C. NAKHASHI, B. N. SUTHAR, V. L. SOLANKI, H. K.THUMAR AND M. R. PATEL

  • S. M. KALASWA*
Keywords: Mehsana buffalo, Dystocia, Uterine torsion, Modified schaffer’s method, Dead male emphysematous fetus.

Abstract

The present communication report a case of maternal dystocia due to post-cervical right side uterine torsion in a pluriparous Mehsana buffalo was treated successfully by adopting modified Schaffer's detorsion method followed by obstetrical procedure with delivered a dead male emphysematous calf. Then the buffalo was post-medicated with various fluids, analgesic, antibiotic and antihistamine parentally apart from intra-uterine passaries which resulted to normal health of affected Mehsana buffalo within few days.

KEY WORDS: Mehsana buffalo, Dystocia, Uterine torsion, Modified schaffer’s method, Dead male emphysematous fetus.

Author Biography

S. M. KALASWA*
  1. M. KALASWA*, T. V. SUTARIA, H. C. NAKHASHI, B. N. SUTHAR, V. L. SOLANKI, H. K.THUMAR AND M. R. PATEL

DEPARTMENT OF VETERINARY GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS, COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENCE AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, SARDARKRUSHINAGAR DANTIWADA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, SARDARKRUSHINAGAR – 385 506.

Corresponding author’s e-mail:   s.m.kalaswa23@gmail.com

Published
2018-10-01
How to Cite
KALASWA*, S. M. (2018). 3. NON-SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DYSTOCIA DUE TO UTERINE TORSION IN A MEHSANA BUFFALO by S. M. KALASWA, T. V. SUTARIA, H. C. NAKHASHI, B. N. SUTHAR, V. L. SOLANKI, H. K.THUMAR AND M. R. PATEL. LIFE SCIENCES LEAFLETS, 104, 20 to 26. Retrieved from http://petsd.org/ojs/index.php/lifesciencesleaflets/article/view/1353