A Novel technique for Urinary Bladder Decompensation -An emergency need to prevent Cystorrhexis in Bullocks
- Urethral Rupture in a Bullock and its Surgical management. Dubey, P.; Tiwari, S. K.; Kashyap, D. K. // Intas Polivet;Jul-Dec2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p381
A four years old bullock was presented with severe swelling around the course of penis, abdominal pain, uneasiness and dribbling of urine from prepuce. The clinical conditions of animal were diagnosed as urethral rupture due to presence of uroliths. A surgery was done to remove uroliths and...
- Bladder Stones in a Female dog and its Surgical removal. Yadav, Saroj; Shrestha, Rima D.; Joshi, Najuma // Intas Polivet;Jul-Dec2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p372
A case of urolithiasis in a 10 year old female dog and the surgical intervention is reported and discussed. The urinary calculi were removed surgically and the dog was discharged after 3 days with antibiotics and Neeri tablets for 10 days. On follow up examination the dog was healthy and had...
- Traumatic Lung Lobe Evisceration in a Kid and its Surgical management. Bharathi, S.; Rao, T. Madhava; Raghavender, K. B. P. // Intas Polivet;Jul-Dec2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p167
Evisceration of a part of lung through a thoracic lacerated wound in the anterolateral aspect of sternum in a 10 day old kid and its successful surgical treatment is reported.
- Oesophageal Obstruction in a Cow and its Surgical management. Ansari, Md. Moin // Intas Polivet;Jul-Dec2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p306
Immediate medical treatment followed by surgical intervention was undertaken to relieve the oesophageal obstruction due to turnips taking care not to damage the oesophagus of a pregnant cow. Proper medical treatment and surgical technique are mandatory for successful outcome to save the life of...
- Intestinal Obstruction in Bovines and its Surgical management - A Clinical report of 12 cases. Mestry, G. R.; PateI, P. B.; Patel, J. B.; Mistry, J. N.; Suthar, D. N. // Intas Polivet;Jul-Dec2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p308
Total 12 animals including 10 cattle and 2 buffaloes suspected for intestinal obstruction were studied. The signs were acute colic, progressive weakness, reduced milk, partial or complete anorexia, dehydration and shrunken eyes. Per rectal examination showed scanty, black and mucous coated...
- Is Chiropractic Care Safe And Effective For Children? New Studies Suggest Yes. Hewitt, Elise G. // ACA News (American Chiropractic Association);Aug2013, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p38
The article discusses research which was conducted by researcher Joyce Miller and her colleagues, was reported in the article "Efficacy of Chiropractic Manual Therapy in Infant Colic: A Pragmatic Single-Blind, Randomized Controlled Trial" and was published in a 2012 issue of the "Journal of...
- Mix-up led to brain damage. Dyer, Clare // BMJ: British Medical Journal;2/1/2014, Vol. 348 Issue 7943, p3
The article reports that Maisha Najeeb, a 13 year old girl from London, England who was left with serious brain damage while undergoing angiography and embolisation treatment, has received medical negligence settlement.
- Consortium to test kala-azar treatments in East Africa. // WHO Drug Information;2013, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p129
The article profiles the disease kala-azar, which is also known as visceral leishmaniasis, and reports that beginning in 2013 the research and development project called AfriCoLeish will conduct a three year research project to investigate the development of new treatments for kala-azar.
- Nosebleed fixes vary, results don't. // Clinical Advisor;Dec2013, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p32
The article reports on the findings of an analysis, conducted by Jennifer A. Villwock and Kristin Jones, which indicated that treatment for epistaxis or nosebleed, with no difference seen in the results.