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Estudo retrospectivo dos casos clínicos de ruminantes atendidosno Hospital de Clínicas Veterinárias da UFRGS / Retrospective study of clinical cases in ruminants at the UFRGS Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Borowsky, Aline Moreira; Raimondo, Raquel Fraga e Silva; Beck, Carlos Afonso de Castro; Oberst, Eneder Rosana; Rivero, Beatriz Riet Correa; Melo, Luciano Cavalheiro; Bueno, Flávia Umpierre; Loss, Daiene Elisa.
Acta Sci. vet.; 47: Pub. 1625, 2019. tab, graf
Artigo em Português | VETINDEX | ID: vti-738816

Resumo

Background: The pillars of animal production are sanity, genetics and nutrition. Sanitary control of the herd is importantto reduce production costs and maintain health. The Veterinary Clinics Hospital (HCV) of the Federal University of RioGrande do Sul (UFRGS), located in Porto Alegre - RS, is the place of greatest casuistry of the state, with 20.000 annualattendances, between small and large animals. In view of this scenario, the present study aimed to determine the frequencyand characterize the ruminants attended at HCV, in order to help in the future, in the construction of control and preventionstrategies of diseases found.Materials, Methods & Results: The documents of ruminant care between January 2007 and May 2018 were searched inthe archives of the Hospital of Veterinary Clinics of UFRGS. Data on species, race, sex, age and diagnosis were collected.Diagnoses were classified as conclusive and inconclusive and the cases with conclusive diagnosis were classified accordingto etiology: infectious and parasitic diseases, metabolic and nutritional diseases, reproductive and obstetric diseases, toxicdiseases, traumatic diseases. The prevalence of diseases and characteristics of ruminants attended (species, sex, category)was calculated. During the study period, between January 2007 and May 2018, 341 ruminants were attended, with emphasison sheep (42%), goats (39%) and cattle (18%). In addition, a camel with foreign body obstruction, a sambar deer withfracture of the first thoracic vertebra and a buffalo with ruminal impaction were attended. The care profile was mapped,with predominance of females (57%) and adults (59%). Most of the animals did not present a defined breed, but amongthe breeds stands out Texel, of cutting aptitude... (AU)
Biblioteca responsável: BR68.1