postparturient

postparturient

relates to the dam, in the period immediately after parturition.

postparturient debilitation
the effects of pregnancy, parturition and the onset of heavy lactation especially in animals with multiple offspring, coupled with the high incidence of metabolic diseases and disease of the uterus and the mammary gland at this time can cause serious debilitation which requires intensive management to correct.
postparturient endometritis
inflammation of the endometrium as a result of infection introduced usually at parturition; one of the principal causes of infertility.
postparturient fever
postparturient hemoglobinuria
a disease of high-producing dairy cows in the period of about a month after calving characterized by acute intravascular hemolysis, hemoglobinuria, pallor of mucosae and a heavy mortality rate. Predisposed by a nutritional deficiency of phosphorus or copper.
postparturient hemolytic anemia
see postparturient hemoglobinuria (above).
postparturient hypocalcemia
see milk fever.
postparturient immunosuppression
drain of antibodies in colostrum depletes maternal resources and reduces immune status.
postparturient paresis
see periparturient hypocalcemia.
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The negative DCAD diet considerably reduced the risk of postparturient problems in experimental animals viz.
Effect of oral administration of propylene glycol during periparturient period on blood biochemical parameters and liver triacylglicerol accumulation in postparturient dairy cows.
The objective of this study was therefore to determine the farm management factors during the dry period, and the cow characteristics, associated with early postparturient IMI and subsequent CM in IMI cows in smallholder dairy cows in a tropical environment.
Successful treatment of uterine torsion and fetal retention in a postparturient Great Pyrenees bitch with septic peritonitis and prothrombotic complications.
Peri and postparturient concentrations of lipid lipoprotein, insulin and glucose in normal dairy cows.
Bovine postparturient hemoglobinuria: a review of the literature.
Infanticide may represent an important selective agent for postparturient females.
Isolation and antimicrobial susceptibility of Actinomyces pyogenes recovered from the uterus of dairy cows with retained fetal membranes and postparturient endometritis.
Spontaneous shedding of pseudorabies virus from clinically recovered postparturient sow.
Less commonly, it can be secondary to postparturient metritis, endotoxemia, colic, enteritis (Merck Veterinary Manual 2008), copper deficiency (Flynn et al.