Evaluating the renal function in goats submitted to a treatment with hemolysed blood.
Keywords: Kidney of goat, Urea (serum level), Creatinine (serum level)
AbstractIn order to evaluate the effects of hemoglobinemia on renal function, urinalysis, blood urea nitrogen and serum creatinine tests were done on
thirty two goats submitted to a treatment with hemolysed blood. Blood samples were collected from five animals of the first group in an amount of 5 ml/kg of body weight, submitted to mechanical rupture by freezing and 2 days later, given to the same animal by intravenous route. The second and third groups were each consisted by five goats; 10 ml/kg/BU blood samples were collected from goats of the group II and 15 ml/kg/BW blood samples from group III animals and afterward submitted to the same procedure as done in group I. Animal of the group IV were submitted to intravenous adninistration of 2.5 ml hemolysed blood/kg/BW every other day for 8 days, following a single collection of 10 ml/kg/BU in the first day. Urinalysis revealed glucosuria, hemoglobinuria and isosthenuria, but no alterations were found in the blood urea nitrogen and serun creatinine levels throughout the experiment.
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Pinheiro, R., Hagiwara, M., Kogika, M., & Benesi, F. J. (1990). Evaluating the renal function in goats submitted to a treatment with hemolysed blood. Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science, 27(1), 57-64. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.0000-0000.27157-64
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