bd40bc7c7a To avoid C-sections, the cow and bull being bred should be of similar size and cows should be monitored carefully when they are close to delivery. Sabrina et al, 2004 Slide 49:Surgical technique Surgical technique and Suturing methods are as similar as in cattle Post-operative care Give laxative feeds Antibiotic, analgesic, antihistaminics for 3-4 days. Daily dressing is advisable. A relatively large incision is made into the abdomen so that one horn of the uterus can be brought to the outside (Figure 3 and 4). 73100. Factors influencing complications during cesarean section on the standing cow. Les praticiens bovins sont souvent confronts des dystocies ncessitant une csarienne.
-Once anesthetized,it should monitored as it becomes recumbent. Judd, 2003 Slide 18:Surgical Technique Preparation of the Surgical set and washing of hand, Preparation of the site, Apply betadine iodine on the site, A large bold incision is made into the abdomen, Control the bleeding, ligation, Follow a blunt dissection, Cut a facial layer, and two muscle layers, Reach to the peritoneum, Hold the peritoneum and make a stab incision, Let the peritoneal fluid to drain, and open it, Roberts, 1982 Slide 19:Cont Try to reflect the omentum, Reach to the gravid uterus and exteriorate it, Palpate the fetal parts, Apply a sterilized drap on it Make an incision on uterus avoiding injury to a fetus, Hold fetal legs and gently remove it. - Fetal oversize - Fetal emphysema Campbell and Fubini, 1990 Slide 14:surgical approaches for cesarean section --Standing left paralumbar celiotomy, --Standing right paralumbar celiotomy, --Recumbent left paralumbar celiotomy, --Recumbent right paralumbar celiotomy, --Recumbent ventral midline celiotomy, --Recumbent ventral paramedian celiotomy, --Ventrolateral celiotomy, --Standing left oblique celiotomy. Plusieurs praticiens ralisent cette chirurgie en utilisant rgulirement une mme approche bien matrise plutt qu’une autre approche moins familire. This Animal Health Topic was written by and reviewed by Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Channel Statistics Included in these Channels: You do not have the permission to view this presentation. The termsection, probably has its origin in the Latin verb secare/seco, meaning to light, strike, or reach, or to cut into, separate, divide, or part.