International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research

Biochem
Journal

Printed Journal   |   Indexed Journal   |   Refereed Journal   |   Peer Reviewed Journal

Vol. 8, Special Issue 3, Part G (2024)

Manual retrieval of posterior presented hydrocephalus fetus leading to secondary uterine inertia: A case report of dystocia in queen

Author(s): Manoj Kumar Kalita, Arunoday Das, Jitu Moni Das, Sanjib Khargharia, Himangshu Baruah, Aditya Baruah, Deepandita Barman and Prerona Patowary
Abstract: A nine months old, primiparous mixed breed queen was brought to the Veterinary Clinical Complex, Lakhimpur College of Veterinary Sciences, Assam Agricultural University, Joyhing with a history of difficulty in parturition. As reported by owner the queen was showing severe straining behavior 3 days ago with bloody mucus discharge from the vagina. On clinical examination, the hind legs of foetus were seen hanging from the vulva. The queen was dull, depressed, severely dehydrated and exhausted due to straining for long duration. After removal of the foetus, the foetal head was found to be very large then the normal size. On the basis of these clinical symptoms and findings, it was diagnosed as dystocia due to secondary uterine inertia along with fetal hydrocephalous. The queen was treated with fluid therapy and was relieved from dystocia with traction by proper lubrication with Carboxy Methyl Cellulose. Antibiotic, antihistaminic and vitamin injection was given as a therapeutic management and the queen recovered uneventfully.
Pages: 546-548  |  85 Views  30 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Manoj Kumar Kalita, Arunoday Das, Jitu Moni Das, Sanjib Khargharia, Himangshu Baruah, Aditya Baruah, Deepandita Barman, Prerona Patowary. Manual retrieval of posterior presented hydrocephalus fetus leading to secondary uterine inertia: A case report of dystocia in queen. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(3S):546-548. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i3Sg.817
International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research

International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research

International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research
Call for book chapter