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The present study deals with a case of second degree burns in three Murrah she buffaloes. The degree of involvement ranged from superficial partial thickness to deep and full thickness burns. Treatment was carried out using Dextrose normal saline, Ringer’s lactate, benzathine penicillins, Metronidazole and antihistamines. Topically silver sulphadiazine ointment was applied. Significant and uneventful recovery was observed in all the animals.
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