Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association
Online ISSN : 2186-0211
Print ISSN : 0446-6454
ISSN-L : 0446-6454
Volume 18 , Issue 12
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  • [in Japanese]
    1965 Volume 18 Issue 12 Pages 693-697
    Published: December 20, 1965
    Released: June 17, 2011
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  • Shusaku NODA, Makio HORIE, Masayuki NOMURA, Dofumi ONISHI, Shigeru YAM ...
    1965 Volume 18 Issue 12 Pages 698-703,706
    Published: December 20, 1965
    Released: June 17, 2011
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    Phthalofyne was effective to remove parasitesharbored in the large intestine of the dog at a rate of-69 and 92 per cent when injected into the dog at a dose of 200 and 250 mg/kg (hereinafter expressed as mg for short), respectively.
    No side-effect was exhibited in dogs injected with 200mg, except two which had been injected at a higher velocity than the others. Of those injected with 250 mg, emesis, ataxia, and anorexia were manifested by 38.5, 38.5, and 27.3 per cent, respectively, but all of them were so mild as to disappear in a short time. It is desirable, however, to evade the administration of this drug to a rather weakened dog, since dogs infected severely with acariasis or distemper died several days after the medication.
    It is also desirable to inject the drug slowly; that is, to spend more than one minute to administer the whole dose.
    An injection with 600 mg gave rise to marked emesis and ataxia, which nearly disappeared after about 3 hours. An administration of 1, 000 mg killed dogs in several hours. Body temperature decreased strikingly in the animals given 600 or 1, 000 mg.
    No noticeable changes occurred to any one of the medicated animals in body temperature at the time of injection, or hematological findings and blood pressure after the injection.
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  • Shusaku NODA, Makio HORIE, Masayuki NOMURA, Dofumi ONISHI, Shigeru YAM ...
    1965 Volume 18 Issue 12 Pages 704-706
    Published: December 20, 1965
    Released: June 17, 2011
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    Phthalofyne was effective to remove parasitesharbored in the large intestine of the dog at a rate of-69 and 92 per cent when injected into the dog at a dose of 200 and 250 mg/kg (hereinafter expressed as mg for short), respectively.
    No side-effect was exhibited in dogs injected with 200mg, except two which had been injected at a higher velocity than the others. Of those injected with 250 mg, emesis, ataxia, and anorexia were manifested by 38.5, 38.5, and 27.3 per cent, respectively, but all of them were so mild as to disappear in a short time. It is desirable, however, to evade the administration of this drug to a rather weakened dog, since dogs infected severely with acariasis or distemper died several days after the medication.
    It is also desirable to inject the drug slowly; that is, to spend more than one minute to administer the whole dose.
    An injection with 600 mg gave rise to marked emesis and ataxia, which nearly disappeared after about 3 hours. An administration of 1, 000 mg killed dogs in several hours. Body temperature decreased strikingly in the animals given 600 or 1, 000 mg.
    No noticeable changes occurred to any one of the medicated animals in body temperature at the time of injection, or hematological findings and blood pressure after the injection.
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  • Jiro SHINODA
    1965 Volume 18 Issue 12 Pages 709-714
    Published: December 20, 1965
    Released: June 17, 2011
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    Various factors are presumed for the outbreak of scours among suckling piglets. The results of status quo surveys in Chiba Prefecture indicated the prevalence of scours caused by colibacilli among piglets not older than 3 weeks and a relatively high fataluty rate of this type of porcine scours, which is called colibacillosis in this paper.
    1. Repeated outbreaks of colibacillosis have been observed on the same hog farms.
    2. There were two forms, precocious and tardy, in colibacillosis among newborn piglets. The occurrence of the tardy form was assumed to be closely related to the rise and fall of antibody contained in the colostrum.
    3. Colibacillosis could be treated successfully to some extent at its early stage. Prophylactic measures should be taken to check the damage of this infection to the largest possible extent.
    4. There may be a correlation between the occurrence of colibacillosis among piglets around the time of weaning and the composition of the artificial milk given to them.
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  • Hideo FURUTANI, Akira TSUKADA, Genichi SHIBUSAWA
    1965 Volume 18 Issue 12 Pages 717-720
    Published: December 20, 1965
    Released: June 17, 2011
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    A survey was conducted on a breeding poultry farm in Saitama Prefecture to find out any cause for the marked decrease in fertility rate there which had begun to be noticed about 3 months after the adoption of an artificial insemination program. As a result, it indicated that there were a number of breeding cocks there which produced spermatozoa with lowered activity.
    Then the fertility rate was compared between two groups of cocks on that farm. One group had consisted of cocks producing spermatozoa with relatively high activity and the other group of those with low activity. The fertility rate of the first group was significantly higher than that of the second group, although it was much lower than about 85 per cent, or the rate generally regarded as standard one. An increase in amount of the semen injected was of no use for improvement of the fertility rate.
    A slight modification of the conventional method for semen injection resulted in a conspicuous increase in fertility rate. It brought about a more remarkable effect than the injection of semen containing spermatozoa with better activity by the conventional method. It gave rise, however, to an increase in number of eggs in which embryos exhibited interrupted development and of dead-in-shell chicks. Accordingly, it was impossible to disregard the degree of activity of the spermatozoa to be injected.
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  • [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japane ...
    1965 Volume 18 Issue 12 Pages 721-725
    Published: December 20, 1965
    Released: June 17, 2011
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  • [in Japanese]
    1965 Volume 18 Issue 12 Pages 725-728
    Published: December 20, 1965
    Released: June 17, 2011
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