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Surgery Journal
Year: 2006  |  Volume: 1  |  Issue: 1  |  Page No.: 9 - 13

Comparative Study of Two Rumenotomy Techniques in Goats

A.M. Geehan, O.B. Amel and H. Shnain    

Abstract: A comparative study of rumenotomy techniques in goats was made; by using the ordinary technique lateral recumbence with a new technique using a modified surgical table for rumenotomy in goats. The comparison include the comfort of both surgeon and animal, haematological tests (total white cell count and differential white cell count) for both groups to reveal if there were post-operative / surgical complications or not, and followed by the exploration of the operation site to determine the degree of adhesions between tissues. Both of these techniques were quite safe for animal, mortality rate was 0%. The technique by using the new modified table has less possibility for post-operative complications, less tissue adhesions and in addition it was more positioning comfortable for both the surgeon and the animal.

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