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Studies on some of the biochemical and haematological changes in buffalo-calves infected with Neoascaris vitulorum



Studies on some of the biochemical and haematological changes in buffalo-calves infected with Neoascaris vitulorum



Haryana Veterinarian 18(2): 107-110



Average serum Na and K levels in buffalo calves infected with N. vitulorum with signs of diarrhoea and mild dehydration were lower than in controls. In a group of 12 infected calves with constipation followed by diarrhoea, severe dehydration, toxaemia and coma, Na, K and bicarbonate levels were lower than in controls, whereas chloride level was high. After electrolyte therapy, mean Na and bicarbonate levels increased in both infected groups, while chloride decreased.

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