Biochemical and electrolytes analysis of colic in indigenous breeds of horses
Author(s): P Karela, G Singh, NS Rathor, R Legha, Yashpal and RK Dedar
Abstract: Colic is most important clinical problem in horses. Role of biochemical and electrolyte analysis in the diagnosis and prognosis clinical problems is very important. Present study was carried out to see the biochemical and electrolyte changes with different types of colic in indigenous horses belonging to Marwari, Zanskari and Manipuri breed of horses kept at an organised farm at Bikaner. Data of clinical cases were recorded for 8 months. Serum biochemical analyses were carried out using commercially available kits. On biochemical and electrolyte analysis no significant change was observed except few parameters. All the cases of spasmodic cases responded well to the primary treatment for colic.
P Karela, G Singh, NS Rathor, R Legha, Yashpal, RK Dedar. Biochemical and electrolytes analysis of colic in indigenous breeds of horses. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2023;7(2):12-15. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2023.v7.i2a.193