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Articles by E. Ceylan
Total Records ( 4 ) for E. Ceylan
  E. Ceylan , S. Dede , Y. Deger and I. Yoruk
  The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of carrying heavy load for a long time on lipid peroxidation (MDA: malondialdehyde), NO2 (nitrite), NO3 (nitrate), antioxidants (GSH: reduced glutathione, retinol, α-tocopherol) and vitamin D3 in healthy horses. Blood samples from seventeen native 3-5 years age and 450-500 kg live weight Anatolian horses carried a load which comprised at least 30% of their body weight and for 4 h on mountainous terrain (hard working) were evaluated. Blood samples were collected in the morning before the animals started to carrying load and immediately after they finished carrying (working). It is observed that the level of MDA, NO2 and NO3 increased significantly (p<0.05) after working. While GSH concentration, increased after working; levels of retinol, α-tocopherol and vitamin D3 levels decreased significantly (p<0.05). On the other hand, the vitamin D3 levels were affected by hard working as other lipid soluble vitamins. There were a correlation between the physiological response to hard-working and some oxidant markers in healthy-hard working horses. These observations provide evidence that hard-working increases oxygen consumption and cause a disturbance of intracellular pro-oxidant-antioxidant homeostasis.
  C. Ragbetli , E. Ceylan and P. Tanritanir
  The aim of this study was to examine the efficacy of moxidectin treatment on goats naturally infected with gastrointestinal nematodes in Van region, Turkey. Two hundred and forty goats infected with gasterointestinal parasites were treated with 0.2 mg kg-1 moxidectin (Cydectin, Abfar), subcutaneously. Ten randomly selected goats were not treated and allocated as a control group. Faecal samples were examined for gastrointestinal parasites qualitatively and quantitatively (EPG) in 0th, 7th and 14th days of treatment. Larvae of the parasite species of Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Nematodirus and Trichostrongylus were detected in the coprocultures of the infected animals performed before treatment. It was observed that moxidectin was 100% effective against the gastrointestinal nematodes.
  C. Ragbetli , E. Ceylan and P. Tanritanir
  The purpose of this study is to examine changes in some biochemical parameters of treatment with tulathromycin in Montofon calves with pneumonia. For this purpose, 30 calves exhibiting clinical sings of pneumonia with fever, cough, lack of appetite, nasal flaring, mandibular lymph node enlargement, dyspnea and nasal discharge were studied. A control group of 20 healthy calves was also studied. Blood samples were collected from the healthy and diseased calves before and after treatment with Draxxin (Tluthromycin-Pfizer). Compared to the control group, Ca, K, total bilirubin, albumin, urea levels were affected (p<0.001) and Na (p<0.05) in the diseased animals and total protein, ALP, Glucose, Creatin levels were not affected in the diseased animals (p>0.05). Single dose tulathromycin therapy was characterized by significantly fewer treatment days, a higher response rate, significantly better reduction of pyrexia and fever and other pneumonia symptoms in calves requiring treatment.
  E. Ceylan , C. Ragbetli and P. Tanritanir
  The aim of this study was to investigate the therapeutic effect of doramectin applied once in an optimum dose on stomach-intestine nematodes on goats naturally infected with gastrointestinal nematodes. Also to study the effect of the doramectin application on the clinically important biochemical parameters, electrolytes, minerals, vitamin B12 levels and enzyme activities of goats were affected or not after anthelmentic drug application. For this purpose, the stools in 45 goats between 1-3 years were chosen in Van province and subjected to Fulleborn saturated salt solution method. Thirty goats with gastrointestinal nematodes constituted treatment group and they were doramectin applied (group I). Other 15 goats with gastrointestinal nematodes chosen as control group (group II) was not Doramectine applied. Taking stool samples goats with Doramectin treatment and from control group on the 0, 7 and 14 days of application in gram stools, the number of eggs (EPG) were analyzed by modified McMaster method and treatment efficiency was investigated. After coprocultures, goats were determined to be infected with Trichostrongylus sp., Nematodirus sp., Ostertagia sp., Marshallagia sp., Haemonchus sp. and Oesophagostomum sp. The results demonstrated that Fe, Albumin and hemoglobin levels statistically increased in treatment group in comparison with control group (p<0.05); a significant change in IBP, Ferritin, ALT, AST, total protein, P, Ca, Na and K levels was not observed and minor increases along with the treatment related to time in vitamin B12, ALP and Mg levels occurred. It was concluded that in goats, one dose of 0.2 mg kg-1 of subcutaneous doramectin was efficient 100% and no side-effect was observed.
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