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Vet World. 2010; 3(8): 373-374


Role of polyherbal intrauterine infusion in treatment ofvarious reproductive disorders in cattle

Khillare K., Birade H.S., Maini S. and Ravikanth, K..

Abstract
Post partum uterine function is often compromised in cattle by invasion of various pathogenic
bacteria leading to severe economic loss of farm. A study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of
polyherbal intrauterine infusion AV/RMI/45 in treatment of endometritis, metritis and repeat
breeding in cattle. Among the two experimental groups were one healthy control (I) (n=10) and other
treatment (II) group (n-20). Group II animals were subjected to treatment with polyherbal uterine
infusion AV/RMI/45@25ml once a day for five days. Treated animals recovered successfully
exhibiting estrus with transparent discharge. Animals found in estrus were inseminated and
conception rate was recorded to be significantly (P=0.05) higher (70%) in treatment than control
group (40%). Polyherbal intrauterine infusion (AV/RMI/45) was found to be efficacious in treating
gynecological disorders of endometritis repeat breeding, and metritis in cattle. The product was
found to be safe for animal's usage without causing any irritation to intrauterine mucous membrane.

Key words: C onception, Endometritis, Estrus, Intrauterine, Polyherbal, Reproductive disorders.



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