Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
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Burmenskaya Galina Alekseevna

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abstract 1381804035 issue 138 pp. 149 – 159 30.04.2018 ru 726
We have studied biochemical changes in the body of cattle, sick with nodular dermatitis in the initial stage of the clinical manifestation of the disease. It is proved that in case of disease in animals there is a significant increase in the level of creatinine up to 295.5 mg%. The excess of the norm by 82.1%. In treatment, this indicator was significantly reduced (189.2 mg%), but did not reach the upper limits of the norm (162.4 mg%). In the blood serum of patients, the carotene content was reduced to 0.09 mg%, which was restored to normal three days after the start of treatment (1.0 mg%). The glucose level at the beginning of the disease was 18% below normal and reached the lower limit of the norm 8 hours after the start of treatment. When studying the activity of CKK, it was found that the activity of the enzyme in animals before the introduction of a 5% solution of sodium hydrogencarbonate is 82% higher than the upper limit of the norm. After the treatment, this indicator returned to normal. The inorganic phosphorus index did not reach the physiological norm (2.5 mmol / l) before and after treatment, and remained 11.6% higher (2.9 mmol / l), which indicates a violation of mineral metabolism in sick animals. The level of reserve alkalinity began to recover after 8 hours of observation and reached a minimum limit of 48.91 vol. % CO2. During the entire period of the experimental studies, before and after the administration of the drug, there were no significant changes in the biochemical parameters of total protein, calcium, vitamin E and urea. The nature of the established changes varied within the limits of physiological norms. The use of a 5% solution of sodium hydrogen carbonate in nodular dermatitis increases the effectiveness of symptomatic treatment, reduces the likelihood of complications and stimulates the production of specific antibodies against viruses and bacteria. We have recommended intravenous injection of 5% sodium hydrogencarbonate solution to sick animals at the rate of 1 ml per 1 kg of live weight of the animal three times with an interval of 3 days
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abstract 1241610056 issue 124 pp. 852 – 861 30.12.2016 ru 979
In this study, the authors have defined the acute, subchronic and chronic toxicity of Uritosom preparation, and also its skin-irritating and sensitizing action. The studies that determined the acute toxicity of the drug Uritosom found that remedy which intended for the treatment and prevention of diseases of the genitourinary system with internal method of appointment during the entire observation period did not cause the death and acute toxicity in laboratory animals. In the study of subchronic and chronic toxicity of the drug Uritosom throughout the observation period in both experimental groups death and acute intoxication in animals not registered, also there were no negative phenomena in behavior, reflexes were saved. Consequently, the preparation according to the degree of impact on the body of warm-blooded animals refers to low-hazard substances (4th class of hazard according to GOST 12.1.007-76). Study of the irritant action of Uritosom preparation was carried out in two series of experiments. In the first series of experiments was determined irritating action by conjunctival swab sampling method, in the second - by skin application. The study of the sensitizing action of the drug was determined by the method of maximum sensitizing effects. The authors have found that the preparation has no irritating and sensitizing effect on the tissue in its application zone. On this basis, Uritosom preparation at different ways of application is low-toxic and it can be recommended for clinical research