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Haematology, Serum Biochemistry and Urinnalysis values in adult Badri cattle

Ramswaroop Singh Chauhan, Bijendra N Shahi.

The present study was planned to establish the hematological, biochemical and urine analysis data of healthy Badri cows; for the purpose, the blood and urine samples were collected and were analysed as per standard protocols. The TEC were 6.49 0.41 x10 million / l while the TLC were recorded as 7.64 0.12 x103 / l. The PCV were 33.0 0.85 % and mean Hb were 13.370.32 g% . In the Badri cows, the mean ALC and ANC were 4.57 and 2.56 x 103 / l, respectively. The values of MCV, MCH and MCHC were 51.421.03 fL, 21.00 0.73 pg and 40.91 0.83 %, respectively. The mean serum cholesterol levels were 180.50 4.83 mg/dl; of which HDL was 115.42 3.11 mg/dl and LDL was 65.63 2.18 mg/dl while the ratio of HDL and LDL was 1.606 and mean triglycerides was 31.35 2.11mg/dl. The mean mineral values of Ca, P, K, Cl and Na were 10.25 0.19 mg/dl, 5.93 0.47 mg/dl, 3.32 0.14 mEq/L, 99.64 2.17 mEq/L and 123.564.35 mEq/L, respectively. The mean values of ALT and AST were 15.89 3.24 and 21.544.21 U/L. The mean serum protein, albumin, globulin and gamma-globulin contents were 8.980.89, 3.560.54, 5.27 0.73 and 2.86 0.68 g/dl with albumin globulin ratio 0.67. Mean blood glucose levels in the Badri cows were 52.202.52 mg/dl. The yellow colour of urine samples was recorded with clear transparency and ammonical odor. The urine were alkaline with few (0-4) epithelial cells phpf and were negative for sugar, protein, casts, crystals, WBC, RBC and microorganisms. This constitutes the first report of its kind on haematology, serum biochemistry and urine analysis of Badri cows.

Key words: Badri cow, Hematology, Serum Biochemistry, Urine analysis

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