Uterine ecbolics, luteolytic agents, uterine lavage and/or plasma infusion are recommended prior to selection of antibiotic therapy in equine endometritis (Bermudz et al., 1995; Zent et al., 1998; Causey, 2006).
Further, pre-treatment with uterine ecbolics increases therapeutic efficacy of antibiotic treatment in endometritis mares (Pycock and Newcombe, 1996).
Buffaloes supplemented with antioxidants and ecbolics
had lower oxidative stress as indicated by various enzymes and exhibition of early postpartum estrus.
This case is responded promptly without complication because of early treatment by proper replacement of uterus and with administering antibiotics to prevent uterine infection, calcium boro gluconate was given to avoid hypocalcaemia condition and ecbolics
were administered for hasten the uterine involution.
The present paper reports successful treatment of chronic pyometra in a mare using lavage technique in association with use of antibiotics and ecbolics