45-Title: Comparative evaluation of single and two-stage diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy in mehsana buffaloes
Authors: PT Sutaria, PB Patel, JB Patel, AM Patel, Abhishek M Patel and RK Gosai
Source: Ruminant Science (2021)-10(2):457-464.
How to cite this manuscript: Sutaria PT, Patel PB, Patel JB, Patel AM, Patel Abhishek M and Gosai RK (2021). Comparative evaluation of single and two-stage diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy in mehsana buffaloes. Ruminant Science 10(2):457-464.
The present study was conducted on forty-one Mehsana buffaloes aged between 1.5 and 12 years undergoing diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy (DH). The buffaloes were randomly divided in Group I (N=16, Diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy was performed in double stage) and Group II (N=25, Diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy was performed in single stage). The physiological parameters viz. heart rate, respiration rate and rectal temperature and haematological parameters viz. haemoglobin (gm/dl), PCV (per cent), TEC, TLC and DLC values fluctuated within normal limits without any significant difference in buffaloes undergoing single and double stage herniorrhaphy. In all the buffaloes with DH increased BUN, serum creatinine and serum aspartate aminotransaminase and serum potassium were observed prior to and during surgical intervention with normalization in values on the 10th day of herniorrhaphy. However, no variation in serum total protein, serum alanine aminotransaminase, serum sodium and serum chloride were observed before or during single or double stage herniorrhaphy. The surgical stress manifested by cortisol level (nmol/L) was high in all buffaloes with DH, however, no marked difference was present in surgical stress between single and double stage herniorrhaphy. The success rate of single-stage herniorrhaphy (48%) was lower than double stage herniorrhaphy (75 per cent).
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