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Acute effect of whole-body vibration in a female dog with metritis

Santos, Ivan Felismino Charas dos; Rahal, Sheila Canevese; Freire, Lívia; Teixeira, Carlos Roberto; Inamassu, Letícia Rocha; Mamprim, Maria Jaqueline; Gomes, Mayara Viana Freire; Tannus, Filipe Carrari Isaac.
Acta Sci. vet.; 45(suppl.1): 01-05, 2017. ilus
Artigo em Inglês | VETINDEX | ID: vti-686496

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Background: Whole-body vibration is a modality of exercise used in humans for therapeutic purposes or to increase physical performance. In veterinary medicine there are only a few reports on the use of this technology. The Whole-body vibration derivate from vibrating rhythmic movements caused by vibrating platforms. Vibrating platforms are used over 30 years in the treatment and prevention of injuries and other debilitating conditions in humans. This paper aims to describe the first report of a possible spontaneous opening of the cervix in a female dog with purulent metritis by Whole-body vibration using a platform vibration.Case: A sexually intact female American Pit Bull Terrier dog showed an acute effect after a single session of Wholebody vibration training. Physical examination and physiological parameters were within normal. Slight edema of the vulva was observed without signs of discharge. Complete blood cell count, serum chemistry and urinalysis yielded no significant abnormal findings. An enlarged uterus with content was observed during a transabdominal ultrasound. Despite this, a vibrating-platform session was performed during 15 min. A purulent vulvar discharge was observed 6 min. after Whole-body vibration exercise and remained continuous through session. After the Whole-body vibration exercise, the dog was treated with cephalexin for 15 days. Escherichia coli were [...](AU)
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