EXPERIMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFICIENCY OF THE TRAMETIN AT EXPERIMENTAL SALMONELLOSIS OF LABORATORY AND AGRICULTURAL ANIMALS

V. A. Chkhenkeli, A. V. Anisimova, E. D. Romanova, A. Ye. Kalinovich, M. V. Promtov
2014 Acta Biomedica Scientifica  
Both clinical observation of animals and data of laboratory researches testify to the fact that veterinary medicine Trametin has high prophylactic efficacy at experimental salmonellosis in mice and in on-the-farm conditions in pigs. At the introduction of the medicine in an optimal dose while modelling dark stress we observed an increase in weight gains. The results of laboratory studies showed an increase in the protein content in blood serum, an increase in the content of phosphorus and
more » ... hosphorus and calcium, an increase in hemoglobin and red blood cells. Phagocytic activity of piglets' blood in the group that received Trametin increased by 25 % in comparison with control values.
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