Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 48 issue 5 (october 2014) : 459-463

HAEMATO- BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES FOLLOWING REPAIR OF ABDOMINAL WALL DEFECTS WITH ACELLULAR MATRIX OF SWIM BLADDER IN RABBITS

P. Bhanu Babu1, Makkena Sreenu*1, K.B.P. Raghavender2, N.K.B Raju3
1Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology , NTR College of Veterinary Science , Gannavaram – 52 1 102, India
Cite article:- Babu1 Bhanu P., Sreenu*1 Makkena, Raghavender2 K.B.P., Raju3 N.K.B (2024). HAEMATO- BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES FOLLOWING REPAIR OF ABDOMINAL WALL DEFECTS WITH ACELLULAR MATRIX OF SWIM BLADDER IN RABBITS. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 48(5): 459-463. doi: 10.5958/0976-0555.2014.00011.9.
The abdominal wall reconstruction with fresh swim bladder, acellular swim bladder  and autografts after creating an abdominal wall defect of 3x4cm was performed in rabbits and the haematobiochemical changes following  grafting were studied . There was an increase in the temperature, respiratory and heart rates in the immediate post operative period which returned to normal during the period of study. Total leucocyte count, glucose and ALP levels were increased in immediate post operative period where as haemoglobin, packed cell volume and total erythrocyte counts were decreased in all the groups.
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