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Volume 37, 2021International Scientific-Practical Conference “Agriculture and Food Security: Technology, Innovation, Markets, Human Resources” (FIES 2021)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||27 October 2021|
Effect of applications of collagen ointments on the healing of purulent-necrotic ulcers of finger tissues in cows
Kursk State Agricultural Academy named after I. I. Ivanov, 70 Karl Marx St., Kursk Russian Federation
Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the research was to obtain new experimental samples of collagen antiseptic ointments and to evaluate the effect of their use on the healing of purulent-necrotic ulcers of the finger tissues in cows. To achieve this goal, two experimental samples of collagen ointment were made: the first sample was a collagen analog of «Levomekol» ointment, and the second sample was a collagen ointment based on «Kemistep+» hoof sanitizer. The evaluation of the effect of their application on the healing of purulent-necrotic ulcers of the finger tissues was carried out in two experimental groups of sick animals with purulent-necrotic ulcers of the hoof crumb tissues of 7 heads each. In the first experimental group of animals, the first experimental sample of the ointment was applied, in the second - the second experimental sample. According to the results of scientific studies, it was found that the use of collagen ointment with the disinfectant «Kemistep+» on purulent-necrotic ulcers of crumb contributed to a decrease in their number. The epithelization index in the second experimental group compared to the first experimental group indicated a more positive effect of the use of collagen ointment with the disinfectant «Kemistep+» on the healing of purulent-necrotic ulcers of the finger tissues in cows than similar applications of the collagen analogue of the ointment «Levomekol».
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