Jan 1, 1977

Influence of Pasteurella multocida and Pasteurella-multocida endotoxin on the blood-coagulation-analytic parameter after experimental administration in calves

Archiv für experimentelle Veterinärmedizin
D Schimmel, I Schimmel


Experimental administration to calves of Pasteurella multocida or the application of an endotoxin preparation of the strain produced continuous decline of thrombocytes, disorders in thrombocytic functions, and the development of hypofibrinogenaemia. The changes recorded as well as the clinical symptoms and pathologico-anatomic findings are interpreted as endotoxin shock.

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Hereditary Factor I Deficiency Disease
Endotoxic Shock
Blood Coagulation
Bos indicus
Pasteurella Infections

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