M. C. Pathak

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The effect of uterine infection on size and follicular fluid composition of the largest follicle was studied in buffalo. Reproductive tracts were collected from 102 graded Murrah buffaloes at an abattoir. Uterine infection was diagnosed by physical examination of uterine mucus, white side test and uterine cytology. Samples with pus-containing mucus,(More)
The present cross sectional study on prevalence of hypertension was carried out among 514 cotton textile workers of Shri Bapurao Deshmukh Sut Gimi, Wardha. Using standard guidelines for measuring blood pressure and standard criteria for diagnosis of hypertension, 20.2% of the subjects were found to have raised systolic and/or diastolic blood pressure. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the efficacy of oral midazolam and oral butorphanol for their sedative analgesic effects in children. METHODS Sixty children, aged 2 to 10 yrs, of ASA physical status I and II, scheduled for surgical procedures of 1 to 2 hrs duration were randomized to one of the two groups. Group I: children received midazolam 0.5 mg/kg orally and(More)
We evaluated the temporal (24, 48 and 72 hours) and dose-dependent (5, 10, and 100 ng/mL of LH, IGF-1, and EGF, respectively) production and secretion of progesterone (P4) in cultured luteal cells from different stages of estrous cycle as well as the expression of steroidogenic acute regulatory protein (STARD1), cytochrome P450 cholesterol side-chain(More)
Twelve canine orthopaedic patients were randomly divided into 2 groups X (xylazine) and M (medetomidine). Atropine @ 0.04 mg/kg body wt. IM was administered in all animals, followed 5 minutes later by xylazine (0. 5 mg/kg body wt. IV) and butorphanol (0.02 mg/kg body wt. IV) in group X (n=6), whereas, in group M (n=6) medetomidine (10μg/kg body wt. IV) and(More)
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