Studies have been conducted that have shown that with parasitic dermatitis there are changes associated with blood parameters. The study of hematological parameters revealed that the values are changing for the worse. These changes can be used in the clinical picture of the detection of these diseases. In parallel, the hematological status of cattle was studied when using acaricidal drugs of systemic action, for the treatment of dermatitis of parasitic etiology. To obtain reliable results, groups of animals were formed in which a clinical examination was conducted with the diagnosis of dermatitis of parasitic etiology. To obtain a complete picture of the disease, whole blood was taken from the jugular and subcostal veins. In the course of the conducted hematological studies, a decrease in the quantitative content of erythrocytes and hemoglobin was reliably established, which indicated a decrease in the saturation of the animal body with oxygen, and, consequently, oxygen starvation of organs and tissues occurred. There were also significant changes in the leukocyte formula associated with a decrease in the number of monocytes and lymphocytes.
Hematological parameters of cattle blood in parasitic dermatitis
Beslan Adygeshaov, Bagama Bagamaev, Muradin Mambetov, Nadezhda Taranukha, Eduard Gorchakov; Hematological parameters of cattle blood in parasitic dermatitis. AIP Conf. Proc. 20 June 2023; 2817 (1): 020001. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0148309
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