Scientific Works Series C. Veterinary Medicine

PRINT ISSN 2065-1295, ISSN-L: 2065-1295, ISSN CD: 2343-9394,ISSN ONLINE 2067-3663


Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LXIX, Issue 1
Written by Stere SPONTE, Alexandra Mihaela CRISTIAN, Mario CODREANU, Iuliana CODREANU

Curative interventions, expensive and long, are often followed by clinical recovery, but with compromise and reduction of weight dynamics and productive growth. In this context, the precocity of the therapeutic approach, together with the consistency and dynamic modulation of the treatment of peri- and neonatal diarrhea syndromes in lambs conditions the recovery of such affected patients (with minimal productive consequences), contributes to ensuring the well-being of the animals and reducing the risk of inducing antibiotic resistance. The research took place between 2022-2023 on 196 lambs of different breed and age, within the county of Tulcea, the locality of Baia. The animals included in the study were divided into 2 groups, namely study group 1 consisting of 98 lambs in which the diagnosis was established clinically and study group 2 consisting of 98 lambs that benefited from a definite etiological diagnosis (rapid Rainbow test Bio K) along with an etiologically oriented and specific therapeutic protocol. The percentage analysis of the mortality rate in the diarrheal syndrome in lambs shows an increased value in lambs treated with non-specific medication compared to lambs in which the therapeutic protocol approached was of an etiological nature where the percentage value is reduced. The calculated productive difference in body weight between etiologically diagnosed and related treated group 4 versus group 1 without etiotropic approach resulted in a 15% greater weight gain at day 60 in the group 4 member compared to the group 1 member.

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