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Investigations on copper and phosphorus deficiency associated post-parturient hemoglobinuria in dairy animals and clinical management with antioxidants

  title={Investigations on copper and phosphorus deficiency associated post-parturient hemoglobinuria in dairy animals and clinical management with antioxidants},
  author={Farrah Deeba and Anas Bashir},
  journal={Journal of entomology and zoology studies},
Post-parturient hemoglobinuria (PPH), is reported as one of the important metabolic condition in high yielding cattle and buffaloes cA total of 40 dairy animals which were affected with hemoglobinuria were selected from field cases. Clinical examination and color of urine before and after treatment in animals were used as evaluation criteria for recovery in affected dairy animals. In group A, sodium acid phosphate (Inj.Alphos-40TM) 200-250 and 120g of dicalcium phosphate were given i/v and… 


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