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Articles by Kadir Bozukluhan
Total Records ( 2 ) for Kadir Bozukluhan
  Basaran Karademir , Guler Karademir , Serdal Tarhane , Unal Ciftci , Evren Koc , Yusuf Ersan and Kadir Bozukluhan
  This study was carried out to determine the changes of Cu, Zn, Fe, Ca, Mg, K and Na levels in liver during treatment of oral ampicillin in mice. The investigation was supported by serum ALT and AST enzyme activities, serum Total Protein (TP), Albumin (ALB), Globulin (GLB) levels determinations. Twenty one male Swiss albino mice (weighing 28.36±2.33 g, aged 4 months) were used for this study. The standard commercial diet was given to all groups. First group (A) were used control and took only tap water. Other groups were received water with ampicillin. Dose of ampicillin for second (B) and third (C) groups were as follows; 8 and 40 mg/100 mL in drinking water. Dry ashing method and Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (FAAS) were used for determination of minerals. Statistically significant increase (minimum p<0.05) for Cu, Ca and Na and decrease for K were observed. Significant positive correlation between Cu-Ca, Cu-Na, Zn-Mg, Ca-Na, Mg-K (minimum r = 0.450, p<0.05) and negative correlation between Cu-K (r = 0.456, p<0.05) were observed. There was a significant difference in AST levels of groups (p<0.001) but not other serum parameters of ALT, TP, ALB and GLB. These results indicate that oral ampicillin treatment affect liver Cu, Ca, Na and K levels. Therefore, this fluctuation must be considered on ampicillin applications during antimicrobial therapy.
  Pinar Demir and Kadir Bozukluhan
  The aim of this study is to identify economic losses resulting from respiratory diseases in cattle husbandry. The material for the study consisted of surveys conducted with a total of 45 cattle operations in the provinces of Kars and Ardahan which have substantial potential for animal husbandry in Turkey. These operations involved a total of 1198 head of cattle of which 254 had symptoms of respiratory illness. As a result, the prevalence of respiratory illness in the region was determined to be 21.20 and 55.60% of the respiratory illnesses were observed in the spring. In 44.40% of the operations that participated in the survey, animals were kept in drafty conditions and sick animals were kept together with healthy animals in 75.60% of the cases. In discussions with producers it was determined that the average economic loss per animal was $581.48 due to loss of milk production, reduced live weight and the expenses of early removal from the herd due to respiratory illness and treatment expenses varied between $6.26 and 15.96 depending on the animal group.
 
 
 
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