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Scientific Journal of Veterinary Advances

Scientific Journal of Veterinary Advances

Frequency: Bimonthly (Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov)
Journal Access:
Open Access
ISSN-online: 2322-1879
Journal scope: pathology, microbiology, parasitology, physiology, pharmacology, veterinary medicine.


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Comparative effect of diclofenac sodium and dexamethasone on incisional wound healing in dogs
The study was carried out to compare and evaluate the effect of diclofenac sodium, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and dexamethasone, a steroidal, anti-inflammatory drug on incisional wound healing in dogs. Fifteen (15) clinically healthy, mixed sex, intact Nigerian local dogs free of dermatological lesion with mean age of 14.97±3.7 months (Mean ± SD) and mean body weight of 10.73± 2.6kg (Mean ± SD) were used for the study. The dogs were randomly divided into three treatment groups: A, B and C comprising of five dogs per group. A caudal mid-ventral laparotomy skin incision was made to create surgical wounds. Immediately after anesthetic recovery, 7.5% diclofenac sodium injection intramuscularly at standard clinical therapeutic dose rate of 2.5mg kg-1 was administered to group A for three day, 2.5% dexamethasone injection intramuscularly at standard clinical therapeutic dose rate of 0.25mg kg-1 was administered to the group B for three days. Vol. 1 | No. 4 | 2012 Full Text

 

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Investigation on Infectious coryza of layer chicken in Bangladesh with isolation, identification and antibiogram study
Among infectious diseases, infectious coryza is one of the major problems affecting commercial poultry industry in the developing country like Bangladesh. The present study was conducted for isolation, identification and characterization of Haemophilus paragallinarum from layer chicken in Bangladesh. A total of 122 samples (Nasal / tracheal swab, visceral organs like liver, lung, heart)) were collected from from Rangpur (Paragon Poultry Farm ), Takhurgaon (North Egro Poultry Farm) and Dinajpur (Nizam Poultry Farm) districts of Bangladesh during the period from March 2011 to February, 2012 . The samples were collected from suspected birds based on age, sex, breed, temporal and spatial differences for the isolation and identification of Haemophilus paragallinarum by morphology, staining, cultural and biochemical properties. A total of 122 samples were screened by epidemiological study, of which the overall prevalence of Haemophilus paragallinarum was detected as 47.54 %. Vol. 2 | No. 6 | 2015 Full Text

Effects of methanolic leaf extract of Telfairia occidentalis (Hook f.) on the reproductive indices of female albino rats
This study investigated the effects of oral administration of methanolic leaf extract of Telfairia occidentalis (MLETO) on the reproductive indices of female albino rats. Fifty-six Sprague-Dawley albino rats (42 females and 14 males) were used for the study. The females were randomly assigned into 7 groups (designated A, B, C, D, E, F and G). Group A received only distilled water, while groups B and C received 200 and 800 mg/kg body weight of MLETO for the first 7 days of gestation; groups D and E received 200 and 800 mg/kg of MLETO for the first 14 days, and groups F and G received 200 and 800 mg/kg of MLETO for the entire 21 days of gestation respectively. The males were only used in mating the females. Vol. 4 | No. 4 | 2015 Full Text

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Nutrients digestibility of rice milling waste (RMW) and soybean meal residue (SMR) combination fed to Yankasa ram lambs in a fragile ecosystem Nigeria
This experiment was conducted at Bayero University Kano, to determine the Utilization and digestibility of Soyabean meal Residue (SMR) and Rice Milling Waste by Yankasa ram lambs. The 20 animals were fed with a complete diet containing graded levels of SMR and RMW at 0, (A)5 (B), 10 (C), 15(D) and 20% (E). The trial lasted for 21 days (14 days for adaptation and 7 days for collection of faecal samples). Harness bags were used for the collection of faecal samples, which was fitted in the last 7 days of adaptability. Vol. 4 | No. 5 | 2015 Full Text


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