haemoglobinuric


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haemoglobinuric

(ˌhiːməʊˌɡləʊbɪnˈjʊərɪk; ˌhɛm-) or

hemoglobinuric

adj
(Pathology) pathol relating to the presence of haemoglobin in the urine
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87% and 61% of all 77 haemoglobinuric animals was affected in their 3rd to 6th lactations and during winter season i.
In a study conducted by Samad (1997) analysis of six years haemoglobinuric buffaloes' data revealed that pregnancy and late stage of gestation were putative risk factors of parturient haemoglobinuria whereas parturition was the sparing factor.
2006) studied post parturient haemoglobinuric buffaloes which were treated before one year clinically and observed chronic hypophosphataemia, decreased milk yield, lameness anoestrus and change in body color ranging from brown to light grey.
79mg/dL) were recorded in haemoglobinuric buffaloes compared to healthy controls.
These thirty haemoglobinuric buffaloes were divided into three groups for clinical trial to compare and assess the recovery rates of three different treatment packages.
A case-control epidemiological study was carried out to estimate the haematological and serum biochemical risk factors associated with parturient haemoglobinuria on 30 haemoglobinuric and 60 apparently healthy buffaloes selected from district Chakwal during December, 2010 and January, 2011.
08 (mu) g/dl) were recorded in haemoglobinuric buffaloes with an odds ratio of 26, 17.
The basic principle of treatment is to correct hypophosphataemia in haemoglobinuric dairy cows and buffaloes.
Therefore, it was considered appropriate to investigate the status of oxidative stress within the erythrocytes of haemoglobinuric buffaloes during therapy with buffered inorganic phosphorus with inosine and sodium pyruvate by measuring erythrocytic MDA, GSH and erythrocytic fragility.
The colour of urine in haemoglobinuric buffaloes ranged from red, dark red to coffee coloured depending upon the severity and duration of illness (Akhtar, 2006).
Therapeutic efficacy of sodium acid phosphate and ascorbic acid in haemoglobinuric buffaloes has been previously recorded by Chakarbarti (1994) and Bhikane and Kawitkar (2000).
The findings with respect to haematological parameters of haemoglobinuric animal are in agreement with Khan and Akhtar (2007); Radwan and Rateeb (2007) and Durrani et al.