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The use of clenbuterol in large animal obstetrics: manual correction of bovine dystocias


, : The use of clenbuterol in large animal obstetrics: manual correction of bovine dystocias. Canadian Veterinary Journal 35(5): 289-292

This study was undertaken to test the effect of clenbuterol, a smooth muscle relaxant, as an aid for the manual correction of bovine dystocias in a rural Quebec practice. The drug was given initially by i.v. coccygeal or jugular injection at a dose of 0.6-0.8 micro g/kg body weight to parturient cows affected with fetal malpresentations (n=37), malpostures (n=112), or uterine torsions (n=70).

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