Jasmer Singh
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Served in the univ. for 35 years and conducted extensive drug trials/research against different economically most important diseases of livestock and published in scientific periodicals of repute.
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Participation in Forum on September 11, 2019
Hi Dr. Patil, Such cases does occur as peracute mastitis in almost all animals. Pl record the pH of the milk, and physical appearance as to any clots, blood in milk, pain in udder and any other sign(s). Pl inform me such details of the case as to the stage of lactation any history of previous attacks and, if any, other which you might find.Jasmer Singh.
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Participation in Forum on October 28, 2018
Dr. M.N.balakrishnan Nair Please send me the results with full protocol when you publish it. Thanks Jasmer Singh
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Participation in Forum on September 21, 2018
Hafiz Wasi Muhammad Khan Please read this abstract of our article and may go in for full paper ,if you tink.Engormix Engormix / Dairy Cattle / Technical articles / Health Mastitis in buffalo Pathobiology, etiology and novel mastitis therapy in buffalo Published on: 1/27/2012 Author/s : K. S. Dhillon, Ph.D and Jasmer Singh, Ph.D (College of Veterinary Science GADVASU) Abstract ...
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Participation in Forum on September 21, 2018
Dr. M.N.balakrishnan Nair Whatever he method for diagnosis or treatment is employed the parameters are not going to change. You are using two lemons three times a day along with other preparations for controlling mastitis. However, I wonder which part of your treatment should be given the credit for this treatment of mastitis? As far I can possibly think it goes to lemons whatsoever because it re ...
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Participation in Forum on September 20, 2018
Bhaskar Ganguly I did go through the article you mentioned above. As you have rightly mentioned in your comment on 13 Sept that "new techniques render formerly conclusive studies as inconclusive". This is what we have done. The cause of mastitis since ages had been suspected to be infectious and innumerable such agents have been blamed for it, Hence, a variety of antibiotics, antiseptics, manageme ...
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Participation in Forum on September 20, 2018
Sharan I shall inform you whenever we visit Punjab. Then we can discuss as many as problems relating to animals. Jasmer Singh
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Participation in Forum on September 19, 2018
Mohit Agarwal Everybody knows the economics of Mastitis which you have rightly pointed out and its control must be cost-effective. Well, we also hit at the real basic cause of mastitis in bovines, which is a defective synthesis of citrate in the udder and is replenished with extraneous use of trisodium citrate orally and or intravenously, with great success and without much hassle. Moreover, citra ...
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Participation in Forum on September 19, 2018
Ramesh D Joshi Trisodium citrate can be used as a drench or intravenously depending on the clinical case. 1. Fresh clinical cases a.Five gramms of trisodium citrate dissolved in about 100 of tap water once daily for 5-10 days depending on complete recovery b. To enhance recovery give fifty ml of 5% sterile solution of trisodium citrate once foloowed by above as (a) till reco ...
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Participation in Forum on September 19, 2018
Sharan Here is my e-mail jasmerdr@yahoo.com. Jasmer Singh
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Participation in Forum on September 19, 2018
Sharan Hi Gill sahib. Pl let me know the site of your farm,number of animals, breed, age /lactation affected, Type of milk and other signs as swelling of udder, flakes in milk, blood in milk, any smell or other abnormality etc. However, the basic treatments are as below:For adult lactating cow/buffalo......1. 5 gms of trisodium citrate as a drench in 100ml water daily for six days.2.For chronic or ...
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