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Chlorpyrifos intoxication in a bull.

A mature Brangus bull received the recommended dose of chlorpyrifos and became dull and inappetent 3 days later. Clinical findings included weakness, dehydration, rumen stasis, and rumen distention with fluid and gas. Blood cholinesterase activity was 25% of normal. The bull's condition improved after treatment with pralidoxime, antimicrobials, electrolyte solutions, vitamins, and adsorbents. Five weeks later, the bull had gained weight, the blood cholinesterase activity was 70% of normal, and the results of a semen evaluation indicated he was a satisfactory potential breeder.[1]


  1. Chlorpyrifos intoxication in a bull. Scarratt, W.K., Blodgett, D.J. J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. (1986) [Pubmed]
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