Comparative Results in the Treatment of Necrobacilosis in Sheep, Depending from the form of Lameness and Hematological Indicators

Xhevdet Krasniqi

Abstract


The study aims to compare the treatment schemes in sheep with Necrobacilosis, depending on the clinical status and hematological indicators. In the period 2012-2014, in four sheep flocks in the area of Malisheva, was experimented three treatment schemes in animals with easily scale, average and heavy limp. Before beginning treatment, the animals were studied hematological indicators. In the first group scheme was used: Oxytetracyclin hydrochloride (Topoxy 10 %) i/muscle. In the second group was used: Linco Spectin i/muscul and in the third group was used: Linco Spectin subcutaneous on the three points in the crown area of the damaged heels. Treatment continued for 3-5 consecutive days. Sheep of all groups were treated with incision of over increased horn hooves and then with their disinfection sprey Chlortetracycline as the day went on medication. The data obtained was processed statistically and faced the efficiency depending on the results and indicators hematological. The best efficiency was reached with the use of preparation Linco Spectin into the muscle and subcutaneous. The faster and better respond animals to the number of grown white cells on account of neutrophils, despite the clinical situation of their lameness. Between effectiveness of treatment and the number of neutrophils were observed correlative connection with medium hardness and positive character. For the same healing results, the use of the preparation Linko Spectin subcutaneously in the crown area of the heel was much lower cost.

Keywords: Necrobacilosis, sheep, area of Malisheva, Linco Spectin, neutrophils, etc.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v3i12.1526

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v3i12.1526.g2034

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