la Eficacia de glicerol y gluconato de zinc intratesticular como método anticonceptivo en gatos

Efficacy of intratesticular glycerol and zinc gluconate as a contraceptive method in cats

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Christian Hernández-Encalada
Universidad Católica Cuenca, Ecuador.
Willyan Moran-Obando
Universidad Agraria del Ecuador. Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador

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Objetivo. Evaluar la eficacia en el control reproductivo mediante la aplicación intratesticular de glicerol más gluconato de zinc en gatos de interior. Materiales y métodos. En la presente investigación se trabajó con 13 gatos de interior fueron clasificados en dos grupos de estudio. Grupo 1: 6 gatos fueron sometidos a orquiectomía tradicional bilateral. En el grupo 2 los 7 gatos fueron inyectados en ambos testículos con 1 mL de mezcla glicerol-gluconato zinc, la medición testicular y parámetros clínicos fueron tomadas en los días 0, 8, 16, 46 en el grupo 2. Resultados. Dentro del grupo 2 el tamaño testicular a los 46 días tuvo una reducción porcentual de 65% menos volumen y longitud en comparación al día 0 tras la aplicación intratesticular del químico y un 76% menos de espículas en comparación al día 0. El conteo espermático fue tomado desde la cola del epidídimo y realizado a todos los individuos del grupo 2 tras la orquiectomía bilateral a los 46 días, dando como resultado azoospermia en todos los individuos. Conclusiones. Se puede determinar que una inyección bilateral de glicerol al 70% más 4.5 mg de gluconato de zinc es una alternativa a la orquiectomía convencional, en donde resulta ser un método menos invasivo, más rápido, menos traumático y con una reducción económica del 85% en relación a una orquiectomía quirúrgica.

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Christian Hernández-Encalada, Universidad Católica Cuenca, Ecuador.

Christian Hernández Encalada

Universidad Católica Cuenca, Ecuador.

christian.hernandez.09@ucacue.edu.ec

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7217-323X

Willyan Moran-Obando, Universidad Agraria del Ecuador. Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador

Willyan Moran Obando

Universidad Agraria del Ecuador. Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador

willyanmoran@gmail.com

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6299-8345

 

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