Estimation the alkaline phosphates level in partial hepatectomy rabbits
AL-Qadisiyah Journal of Veterinary Medicine Sciences,
2015, Volume 14, Issue 1, Pages 10-14
AbstractFifteen local breed rabbits of both sexes were used to evaluate the alkaline phosphatase (ALP) level in the blood before and after partial hepatectomy. Blood sample were collected directly from the heart two times before surgery and consider as control, then one time in a week for eight wks. post-surgery. Partial hepatectomy were employed under general anesthesia, with highly aseptic techniques. The result shows that, the mean value of (ALP) of the control was (69.00 ± 5.33). During the two weeks after operation the level was seen within the normal. There was elevation of the (ALP) level at the 3rd wk. (73.53 ± 4.17) post operation, followed by decrease in the enzyme level through the period from the 4th wk. to the 7th wk. post operation, and the less (ALP) level reading was is in the 7th wk. (50.60 ± 4.97). Then the enzyme level in the 8th wk. was elevated after the 7th wk. to the 8th wk. to reaching near the normal level (57.13 ± 3.07). There was no significant change in the ALP value between the control reading and the post operation reading, but there was significant changes between the reading of after operation at (P<0.05). (P<0.05).
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