A. K. Kundu
Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology
AnatomyQRS complexQT intervalInternal medicinePeripheral blood mononuclear cellMembrane proteinStretch-activated ion channelLead (electronics)Transient receptor potential channelCommunication channelRenal functionCardiologyDigestionAndrologyNeuroscienceAdipose tissueFetusCrossbreedLarvaPR intervalChemistryT waveMesenchymal stem cellStimulationST segmentIsolation (microbiology)HSF1Umbilical cordNeuropathic painMucusLactate dehydrogenaseExercise intoleranceHeart rateJersey cattleOesophagostomumCollagenaseBenzimidazoleTrichostrongylusDehydrationNeuronMechanoreceptorXylazineHaemonchus contortusTrichurisStrongyloidesKetamineEdemaHypovolemiaPopulationStandard ECGGenetic AnomalyLabrador RetrieverReference valuesAge groupsHeat stressCapra hircusLiver functionComparative evaluationSignificant differenceAge specificOrgan functionSevere injuryPain sensationTrypsinizationAnesthesiaPhysiologyVeterinary medicineMyocardial infarctionIon channelWet seasonCentral nervous systemNervous systemTraditional medicineResistance (ecology)BioinformaticsApex (geometry)MedicineTransduction (physiology)Blood pressureBiologyMechanism (biology)
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Abstract null null The study aimed to evaluate the differential expression of HSF1 and GM-CSF mRNA in PBMCs and correlate it with myocardial injury in crossbred Jersey heifers during heat stress. The study also assessed the effect of heat stress on cardiac electrical activity, vascular health, liver function and kidney function. The experiment was conducted in two phases: for heat stressed animals; HS in June (THI ranged from 80.0 to 89.8) and for control group i.e. not exposed to heat stress in...
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The present study aims to investigate the prevalence of GI nematodes in sheep breeds of Odisha with respect to different risk factors. A total of 701 faecal samples collected from different sheep breeds available in Odisha were examined for a period of one year (January to December, 2019) which revealed overall prevalence of gastrointestinal nematodes was 61.20% of which Strongyles were dominant (72.22%) followed by Strongyloides sp. (34.26%) and Trichuris sp. (16.08%). Prevalence of mixed infec...
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Neuropathic pain has been concerning medical practitioners for quite some time. It is very common and occurs in almost 1% of world population. It is characterised by a pain sensation for a prolonged period with or without any stimulation. It may be caused due to any genetic anomaly or due to severe injury to the nervous system. The exact mechanism behind its occurrence is not known though studies show various changes at peripheral and central nervous system level that may lead to neuropathic pai...
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The study was undertaken to assess the concordance of increased serum myocardial enzymes and myocardial injury with certain aberrations in electrocardiograms of dogs. Labrador Retriever dogs aged between 5 to 10 years and showing symptoms of cardiac problems like nocturnal coughing, exercise intolerance, cyanotic mucus membrane, inappetance, edema etc were considered for the study and apparently healthy Labrador Retriever dogs aged between 5 to 10 years having no history of cardiac disorders wer...
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The study was carried out to compare the electrocardiographic outline of young and adult crossbred Jersey cows of Odisha. ECG was taken in all the animals in standing position. The lead I electrocardiogram was analyzed and data was compared using student’s t-test. The P wave had a positive configuration in both young and adult animals. As far as the amplitude and duration of P-wave was concerned, the young animals recorded non-significantly higher values than adults. The same trend was observed ...
#1Ranjeeta Rashmee Pradhan (College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry)H-Index: 1
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AIM: A study on age-related electrocardiographic (ECG) changes was conducted on 20 apparently healthy Black Bengal goats with no history of cardiac disorders during 2015-2016. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The goats selected for the study belonged to four different age groups; Group 1: Goats up to 6 months of age, Group 2: Above 6 months and below 1 year of age, Group 3: Above 1 year and below 2 years of age, and Group 4: Above 2 years of age. The ECG was recorded with the animals in standing position ...
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