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28/10/2021

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05/09/2021

Last chance to apply for the Guyana School of Agriculture 2021/2022 Academic Year.

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03/09/2021

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02/09/2021

Registered Veterinarian 2021.

Registered Veterinarian 2021.

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29/08/2021

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29/08/2021

Perforation of Right Uterus (Cat), cause unknown.

A female short-haired, adult cat of unknown age was presented to ACE Veterinary Clinic for surgery to remove unborn kittens on August 28, 2021.
The cat often venture outdoors in the owner’s yard as a result a detailed history could not be obtained. The owner reported that the cat had previously given birth once before and she was convinced that the cat was currently pregnant and was birthing with some amount of difficulty. Hence the reasons for the visit to the clinic to have the kittens removed and have the cat spayed at the same time. During the preoperative examination, it was not possible to determine pregnancy by palpation and no abnormalities were discovered.
Upon incising into the abdominal cavity, large amount of serosanguinous fluid was found ( see kidney dish in photo below).
Most of the fluid was extracted and the surgery was continued. The reproductive tubes were located and it was observed that the right uterine horn was perforated. From the appearance of the wound edges the Veterinarian concluded that it was an old injury and the cat has been living with it for a while. 🐈 In recovery and being monitored closely. 🐈

DISCUSSION:
There was no visual evidence of Ectopic pregnancy.
Which leaves many questions without answers 🤔.

Perforation of Right Uterus (Cat), cause unknown.

A female short-haired, adult cat of unknown age was presented to ACE Veterinary Clinic for surgery to remove unborn kittens on August 28, 2021.
The cat often venture outdoors in the owner’s yard as a result a detailed history could not be obtained. The owner reported that the cat had previously given birth once before and she was convinced that the cat was currently pregnant and was birthing with some amount of difficulty. Hence the reasons for the visit to the clinic to have the kittens removed and have the cat spayed at the same time. During the preoperative examination, it was not possible to determine pregnancy by palpation and no abnormalities were discovered.
Upon incising into the abdominal cavity, large amount of serosanguinous fluid was found ( see kidney dish in photo below).
Most of the fluid was extracted and the surgery was continued. The reproductive tubes were located and it was observed that the right uterine horn was perforated. From the appearance of the wound edges the Veterinarian concluded that it was an old injury and the cat has been living with it for a while. 🐈 In recovery and being monitored closely. 🐈

DISCUSSION:
There was no visual evidence of Ectopic pregnancy.
Which leaves many questions without answers 🤔.

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Dog Grooming Transformations

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21/12/2020

PAWS for A CAUSE - Guyana

The announcement of the new Veterinary Board of Guyana is a wonderful Christmas gift to the local animal welfare community. Paws For A Cause congratulates Dr. Nardeo Bassodeo, Dr. Colbert Bowen and Dr. Grayson Halley as new members of the board - veterinarians of the highest calibre, who have a clear affection for the animals they are constantly called upon to take care of. Paws For A Cause is very proud of the appointment of our president Mrs. Marcia Tucker to the board - whose deep passion for the plight of animals and stellar contributions to overcome it, will surely lead to meaningful representation for all involved in animal welfare. We can all look forward to the important work that will be carried out by this very capable board.

11/12/2020

Veterinary Information

Heart Worm

27/11/2020

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31/10/2020

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Normal TPR( temperature 🌡️, pulse and respiratorion) of animals 🐈🐕🐴🐂🐑🐐🐥🦤

30/10/2020

Vets India

Veterinary Drug ‘Xylazine’:

Description

Xylazine has sedative, analgesic and muscle-relaxing properties.
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Indications

All cases where sedation is needed, e.g. during transport, parturition, hoof treatment,

#NB.

(Not more but if the animal is very aggressive during transport, parturition , hoof trimming. but in other hand if the animal is not aggressive at that time i am not recommended to use it)

small operations (e.g. dehorning), and as a pre-anaesthetic for larger operations (caesarian section).
_____________________________________________
Contra indications

Administration during
⚜gestation or to
⚜animals with pulmonary and/or cardiac diseases.
Administration to animals with
⚜pyometra, since these animals are often hypersensitive to xylazine preparations.
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Side effects

Decreased heart and respiratory rate.
Hypersalivation and vomiting.
_____________________________________________
Dosage

Cattle : for intramuscular administration.
dose 1 : 0.25 ml per 100 kg body weight; sedation, small operations.
dose 2 : 0.5 ml per 100 kg body weight; small operations. Animals usually remain standing.
dose 3 : 1 ml per 100 kg body weight; larger operations. Animals lie down.
dose 4 : 1.5 ml per 100 kg body weight; very extensive operations.

Animals have to fast for a couple of hours before administration.
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Horses:

4 ml per 100 kg body weight for intravenous administration, or 10 ml per 100 kg body weight for intramuscular administration. With larger operations preferably in combination with other preparations, e.g. intravenous 4 ml per 100 kg body weight and halothane or fluothane as intubation narcosis.
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Sheep:

0.15 ml per 10 kg body weight for intramuscular administration.
_____________________________________________
Dogs:

0.15 ml per kg body weight for intramuscular or intravenous administration. In combination with ketamine: 0.1 ml per kg body weightand 6 - 10 mg ketamine per kg body weight.
_____________________________________________
Cats:

0.15 ml per kg body weight for intramuscular or subcutaneous administration. In combination with ketamine: 0.1 ml per kg body weight and 6 - 10 mg ketamine per kg body weight.

#NB.
Every dose depends
⚜Body weight
⚜Condition of animal
⚜Kind of surgery.

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Withdrawal times
- For meat : 0 days. while others say : 5 days
- For milk : 0 days. while others say : 4 days
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20/10/2020

Deutschland.de

🐶💕 Happy #WorldDogDay! Did you know that many of the most popular dog breeds in the world originally come from Germany? We show you which ones they are. What's your favourite dog?
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15/10/2020

Veterinary Information

14/10/2020

Vets India

Dairy Cattle Teat/Udder Warts/Cutaneous Papilloma Treatment by Autohaemotherapy:

TREATMENT OF TEAT/UDDER WORT/CUTANEOUS PAPILLOMA IN DAIRY CATTLE BY AUTOHEMOTHERAPY

(Compiled & shared by- DR RAJESH KR SINGH, JAMSHEDPUR, 9431309542)

This is a treatment that consists of removing blood from Jugular veins of cattle and injecting it back into the muscular tissue. Doing that would increase the amount of macrofags in the body. Macrofages are the front line cells that enter defensive reactions in the body, they constantly circulate throughout all organs with the only aim – to find and remove undesired elements.

“It is a simple and low cost therapeutic resource which is nothing more than drawing blood from a vein and applying it into a muscle. This stimulates the Reticulo-endothelial System and increases fourfold the macrophages in the whole organism.”

This method has been used for over 100 years and nearly disappeared when antibiotics appeared in the 1940’s.

Today due to the use of auto-hemotherapy on a large scale by field veterinarians in India to treat the disease like Cutaneous papillomatosis, there is a popular movement in favour of its formal acceptance.

What is auto-hemotherapy?

It is a simple technique where by drawing blood from a vein and injecting it into a muscle stimulates an increase of macrophages that are, let us say, the "municipal cleaning company" of the organism.

The macrophages carry out a cleansing of everything. They eliminate bacterias, viruses and cancerous cells which are called neoplasic cells. They do a spring-cleaning, and even eliminate the fibrin, which is clotted blood. The increase in the production of macrophages by the bone marrow occurs because the blood in the muscle works as a foreign body to be rejected by the Reticulo-endothelial System (RES). While there is blood in the muscle, the Reticulo-endothelial System is being activated. The maximum activation only finishes at the end of five days.

The normal rate of macrophages in the blood is 5% (five percent) and with the auto-hemotherapy, we raise this rate to 22% (twenty-two percent) during 5 (five) days. From the 5th (fifth) to the 7th (seventh) day, it starts to drop, because the blood in the muscle is coming to an end. And when it finishes the rate returns to 5% (five percent). This is the reason why the technique dictates the auto-hemotherapy should be repeated every 7 (seven) days.

This is the reason why auto-hemotherapy works. It is a very low cost method, needing only a syringe. It can be done anywhere because it doesn't depend even on a refrigerator - simply because the blood is drawn in the moment it is applied into the patient, nothing being required to be done to the blood. There is no technique applied to this blood, only a person who knows how to puncture a vein and apply an injection into a muscle with hygiene, and a syringe to draw the blood and apply it into the muscle, nothing else. This results in a very powerful immune stimulant.

Therefore, it is really a method that could be disseminated and used in rural India without any resources, where people can't afford very expensive immune stimulants

Cutaneous papillomatosis
Cutaneous papillomatosis is a benign proliferative neoplasm caused by papilloma virus, which usually appear as multiple, sessile or pedunculated, circumscribed greywhite to dark brownish black outgrowth may appear on skin over different body parts. However, neck, eyelids, teats and lower line of abdomen are the most common sites. It is a contagious disease, usually transmitted via direct contact, contaminated food and equipment, flies, castration and injections. Papillomas on teats may cause difficulty in milking and suckling by calf and sometimes, pedunculated papillomas snap-off causing mastitis and teat infections (Singh and Somvanshi, 2010
with the clinical signs of various sizes of pedunculated cutaneous warts on various parts of the body with teat involvement, causing pain, bleeding and interference in milking The case is diagnosed as bovine papillomatosis.

Treatment
The Cutaneous papillomatosis involving teat and udder is treated by auto-hemotherapy. Accordingly the animal is administered with its own blood. The venous blood is drawn @ 20 ml from the Jugular vein by using 18G hypodermic needle in a disposable syringe in that 10ml of venous blood is injected subcutaneously in the lateral neck region and 10ml is injected deep intramuscularly in the gluteal region by taking all sterile precautions. The treatment is repeated once in a week for four weeks continuously. After third injection, the papilloma growths shows signs of regression. The animal is under observation for six weeks. By the end of six weeks all the papilloma growths are completely reduced.
Bovine papillomatosis is a contagious disease of cattle occurring as warts on skin and mucosa, caused by Bovine Papilloma Virus types 1 to 10 Vidhya et al. (2009).The virus infects the basal cells of the epithelium causing the excessive growth, which is characteristic of wart formation. Venugopalan (2000) and O’Conor (2001) have suggested remedial measures for removal of warts such as use of autogenous vaccine, wart enucleation, burning with hot iron or eraser, ligation and surgical removal of wart (excision) with surgical knife, application of salicylic acid ointment, di methtyl sulfoxide ointment and potential caustics. Surgical removal of one or two warts was proposed but surgical intervention and vaccination may increase the size of the residual warts and prolong the course of the disease Wadhwa et al. (1992).
Papilloma viruses are the cause of cutaneous warts in cattle and horses. These viruses have considerable host specificity.In cattle, warts can occur on almost any part of the body and these tumors persist for long periods and are discrete, low, flat and circular in appearance. Surgery and vaccination, or a combination of both, are the most common forms of treatment.

Other Treatment of Papillomatosis:
Animals are treated by different therapy.
1. Some are treated by anthiomaline, each ml of anthiomaline contains 60mg of Lithium Antimony thiomaliate.15ml/dose, given by i.m at 48 hours interval for four weeks.
2. treatement by topical application of thuja ointment, thrice a day for four weeks.
3 treatement by oral administration of thuja extract 20gm, thrice a day for four weeks
4. treatement by autohaemotherapy. Accordingly the cow is treated using its own blood.20ml of venous blood is drawn from the Jugular vein using 18G hypodermic needle in a disposable syringe. Each 10ml of it is injected both the sides of the lateral neck region by taking all sterile precautions. The treatment is repeated at weekly interval for four weeks continuously
It is seen that out of the above mentioned line of treatment the treatment by autohaemotherapy gives marvelous result. So we can apply this therapy at field level.

06/10/2020

Vets India

Canine Auricular Haematoma:

🌙#AURICULAR_HEMATOMA
⭐Also called PERICHONDRIA HEMATOMA, is a collection of blood outside the blood vessels, resulting from blunt force trauma located on the pinna

🌙CAULIFLOWER EAR
⭐A cartilaginous physical deformity of the outer ear, resulting from untreated auricular hematoma or repeated blunt force trauma to the outer ear

🌙AURICULAR HEMATOMA: Key Features
⭐-Blood filled bubble/bump on the cartilaginous portion of the pinna
⭐-Normal outer ear appearance still achievable through drainage techniques

🌙CAULIFLOWER EAR: Key Features
⭐-Cartilaginous growth deformity on the cartilaginous portion of the pinna resembling the shape of cauliflower
⭐-Normal outer ear appearance is no longer achievable without plastic surgery

🌙ETIOLOGY PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
⭐The auricle is composed of skin, perichondria (blood supply to the cartilage and skin) and cartilage. When the blood supply is cut off, an auricular hematoma is formed within the space b/w perichondrium and cartilage. If the hematoma is not treated properly, and the cartilage is without oxygen for a long period of time, the cartilage starts to die resulting in chronic scarring and fibrous organization due to a collection of mesenchymal cells in the perichondrium to produce new cartilage

🌙SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
⭐-Pt involved in physical contact sports (boxing/wrestling)
⭐-Deformity of the outer ear
⭐-Edema
⭐-Bruising

🌙AUDIOLOGICAL RESULTS
⭐-Otoscopy: abnormal
⭐-PTs: possible mild HL at 4-6K Hz

⭐-Everything else typically normal
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05/10/2020

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02/10/2020

DVM Geelle

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Drug number (20)

________________ #Xylazine __________________
Description

Xylazine has sedative, analgesic and muscle-relaxing properties.
_____________________________________________
Indications

All cases where sedation is needed, e.g. during transport, parturition, hoof treatment,

#NB.

(Not more but if the animal is very aggressive during transport, parturition , hoof trimming. but in other hand if the animal is not aggressive at that time i am not recommended to use it)

small operations (e.g. dehorning), and as a pre-anaesthetic for larger operations (caesarian section).
_____________________________________________
Contra indications

Administration during
⚜gestation or to
⚜animals with pulmonary and/or cardiac diseases.
Administration to animals with
⚜pyometra, since these animals are often hypersensitive to xylazine preparations.
_____________________________________________
Side effects

Decreased heart and respiratory rate.
Hypersalivation and vomiting.
_____________________________________________
Dosage

Cattle : for intramuscular administration.
dose 1 : 0.25 ml per 100 kg body weight; sedation, small operations.
dose 2 : 0.5 ml per 100 kg body weight; small operations. Animals usually remain standing.
dose 3 : 1 ml per 100 kg body weight; larger operations. Animals lie down.
dose 4 : 1.5 ml per 100 kg body weight; very extensive operations.

Animals have to fast for a couple of hours before administration.
_____________________________________________
Horses:

4 ml per 100 kg body weight for intravenous administration, or 10 ml per 100 kg body weight for intramuscular administration. With larger operations preferably in combination with other preparations, e.g. intravenous 4 ml per 100 kg body weight and halothane or fluothane as intubation narcosis.
_____________________________________________
Sheep:

0.15 ml per 10 kg body weight for intramuscular administration.
_____________________________________________
Dogs:

0.15 ml per kg body weight for intramuscular or intravenous administration. In combination with ketamine: 0.1 ml per kg body weightand 6 - 10 mg ketamine per kg body weight.
_____________________________________________
Cats:

0.15 ml per kg body weight for intramuscular or subcutaneous administration. In combination with ketamine: 0.1 ml per kg body weight and 6 - 10 mg ketamine per kg body weight.

#NB.
Every dose depends
⚜Body weight
⚜Condition of animal
⚜Kind of surgery.

_____________________________________________
Withdrawal times
- For meat : 0 days. while others say : 5 days
- For milk : 0 days. while others say : 4 days
_____________________________________________

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