Friday, January 11, 2013

Methods of clinical research animals, veterinary practice, behavior of animals

Methods of clinical research animals, veterinary practice, behavior of animals 
Methods of clinical research animals, veterinary practice, behavior of animals 

The methods of clinical investigation include inspection, observation, palpation, percussion, auscultation and thermometry. They are divided into instrumental (using instruments, tools and devices); laboratory (biochemical, microscopic, bacteriological, serological, virological, etc.), morphological, radiographic, fluorography, etc.

Behavior of animals

veterinary practice cardiac shock
Observing the behavior of leading animal during grazing, watering, recreation, separating sick animals - those who have fallen, with decreased appetite. Seen from the point condition hair, damage skin, organs of vision and hearing, and present condition of the extremities.Palpation (feeling) - a method of research in which the help of hands determine the pulse, skin, bones and joints, lymph nodes, etc.

There palpation surface that can be used to determine the quality of cardiac shock, pain response and skin temperature, and deep, which is used in the study of the abdomen (stomach, intestines, liver, spleen, kidneys). Varieties deep palpation is penetrating and Tolchkoobrazno. Penetrating palpation hold vertically posed fingers at a constant, but a strong pressure on the limited place. It is possible to determine the frequency and strength reduction rumen consistency of its contents, etc. Tolchkoobrazno palpation is short bounces, applied with fingers, palm or fist (used in the study grid, spleen, liver, establishing pregnancy, etc.).


Percussion perform certain parts of the body to determine the position and topography of.There are direct and mediocre percussion.Direct percussion is short shots slightly bent fingers across the study area, where it is necessary to obtain not only sound, but also tangible impression.

Veterinary practice

In veterinary practice percussion usually carried out by plessimetra and perkussyonnoho hammer. It can successfully determine the localization of damage. Pathological changes in organs and tissues of percussion can be found at a depth of 7.6 cm


auscultation sounds that occur in organs or cavities (thoracic, abdominal). These sounds reflect the heart, respiratory system, motility stomach, intestines and can be fixed directly to the ear or using phonendoscope or stethoscope.
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