Second Vulture-Safe Veterinary Painkiller Identified! Tolfenamic Acid

In 2003, the veterinary use of diclofenac to treat cattle was discovered to be the cause of catastrophic vulture declines across South Asia. There was an urgent need to identify...
Lumpy skin disease treatment
Lumpy skin disease treatment

An Incidence of Lumpy Skin Disease in 20 Days Old Cow Calf

An incidence of Lumpy Skin Disease was noticed in 20 days old khillar male calf. The calf showed symptoms of fever, salivation, nasal and eye discharge, nodular, hard and painful...
Treatment for anaplasmosis in cattle
Treatment for anaplasmosis in cattle

Anaplasmosis- A Silent Killer of Bovines

Anaplasmosis is a vector-born disease invading the red blood cells and disrupting them to cause severe progressive anaemia. The disease is caused by rickettsia parasite protozoan Anaplasma marginale which is...
Bovine Tuberculosis
Bovine Tuberculosis

Detection, Diagnosis, Prevention and Control of Bovine Tuberculosis

Bovine tuberculosis is a chronic bacterial disease caused by a bacteria called Mycobacterium bovis. It is acid-fast organism. It is related to Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which causes tuberculosis in humans. The...
Bloat in Ruminant
Bloat in Ruminant

An Overview on Bloat in Ruminant And Its Management 

Bloat (Ruminal Tympany) Bloat is abnormal distention of rumen and reticulatum caused by excessive accumulation of gases of fermentation which either mixed with ingesta or as a free gas separated...
Hemorrhagic Septicemia in Cattle
Hemorrhagic Septicemia in Cattle

Diagnosis and Treatment of Hemorrhagic Septicemia

Hemorrhagic Septicemia is an acute, highly fatal, septicemia form of the disease affecting, mainly, water buffalo, cattle and bison, whereas other animals can also be affected. It has a wide...
Babesiosis in Cattle / Tick Fever
Babesiosis in Cattle / Tick Fever

Diagnosis and Treatment of Babesiosis in Cattle

Babesiosis or Tick Fever is a tick-borne disease commonly encountered in livestock and is cause of severe production and financial losses. The occurrence of the disease is linked to tick...
Human Epidemic Management
Human Epidemic Management

Human Epidemic Management – How Veterinarians Can Contribute

In my earlier blog, I discussed the rationale and direct roles that can be assigned to veterinarians in COVID patient management. In this blog, I will discuss the third question....
Veterinarians can be a Useful Human Resource in the COVID
Veterinarians can be a Useful Human Resource in the COVID

Veterinarians Can Contribute in Medical Emergencies: I – Patient Management

The current COVID pandemic should incite us to discuss and debate on policies and solutions as extraordinary situations require out-of-box thinking. In this blog, I raise an important issue which...
Benefits of Cow Colostrum
Benefits of Cow Colostrum

Benefits of Cow Colostrum Supplement in COVID Patients

Based on several questions on this blog What are the Benefits of Cow Colostrum Supplement for COVID Patients? asked by our readers, I am sharing additional information on the topic....