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Parenteral treatment of placental retention in cows

Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 127(4): 279-289

Parenteral treatment of placental retention in cows

In 71 cows with retained placenta, intramuscular injection of a combination of oxytocin and ergometrine maleate, at the same time as a combination of antibiotics, gave better results than manual removal of the placenta.

Accession: 001424763

PMID: 2410980

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