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Intraperitoneal administration

Solutions of medicinal mixtures for calves up to 3 days are injected into the area of ​​the hungry fossa on both sides, from 3-5 days - only on the right side. The injection site is in the middle of the line connecting the ileal tubercle with the last rib, 6-8 cm below the transverse processes of the lumbar vertebrae, depending on the age and size of the calf. The injection site is cut and treated with tincture of iodine.

For the introduction of a sterile mixture, take 100-200 g. a syringe, prepared as for internal administration, with an appropriate needle. After puncture of the skin, the needle with the mandrel is introduced gradually towards the middle part of the abdominal cavity, somewhat from top to bottom and from front to back at an angle of 45-50 °. In this case, the fingers feel the passage of the needle through all layers. Advancing the needle, remove the mandrin and connect the needle to a syringe or Bobrov’s apparatus. With a free needle in the abdominal cavity, the solution is easy. Severely ill calves mixes are administered from the abdomen. At the same time, the calf is lifted by the pelvic limbs, an injection is made in the area of ​​the last nipples, retreating from the white line for 2-3 cm.

Intraperitoneal administration of drugs to piglets and lambs is not difficult. They are fixed for the pelvic limbs head down. In this case, the intestines are displaced cranially. The injection site between the last pairs of nipples, departing from the white line by 1-1.5 cm on either side with raised pelvic limbs to the body of the animal.
Medicinal mixtures can be used to treat animals with acetonemia, ketonuria, ketonolactia, atony and poisoning of various etiologies. The mixture is administered to cows in the region of the hungry fossa on the right at the intersection of 2 lines from the external tubercle of the ilium to the last rib and below the transverse processes of the lumbar vertebrae by 10-12 cm. The needle is introduced from top to bottom, front to back towards the upper third of the leg of the left limb at an angle of 40-45 ° to the body of the animal.



6. Intrathoracic and intrapulmonary routes of administration

These methods are used for the prophylaxis and treatment of pulmonary diseases of calves using micronized antimicrobial preparations for the microflora of the respiratory system, as well as for the effectiveness of therapeutic measures.

Medicinal solutions are injected into the thoracic cavity when the animal is standing on the right or left side with an interval of 24 hours between 8-9 m ribs, retreating 1.5-2 cm from the costal junction with the vertebra. The needle is inserted at an angle of 35-40 ° to a depth of 2-2.5 cm.

In the intrapulmonary method, solutions of medicinal substances are injected into the lungs to a depth of 2.5-3 cm at the front edge of the 6-8th ribs 8-10 cm above the line of the shoulder-shoulder joint with the obligatory fixation of animals.
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Intraperitoneal administration

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