Poster Charly F. Electrolitos Imprimir
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8/3/2019 Poster Charly F. Electrolitos Imprimir
The addition of electrolytes both in the feed and in the water they did not affect significantly
parameters of the broilers. The addition of electrolytes in the water improved the physiologi
discharge of the broilers, managed to diminish the BT and to reduce the mortality up to 22 %
caloric acute stress (Phase the II).
INTRODUCTIONthe present poultry production in Venezuela has major presence in the central and western region, which is
aracterized by high temperatures (> 30 C) and humidity (between 60 - 85 %) in average during the year.
ese environmental characteristics generate a condition that receives the name ofheat Stress ".
e heat stress generates a reduction of the feed consumption and increase the body temperature (BT)
arragn, 2004). Also there is an effect on the body weight gain, with losses of up to 74 % (Abu-Dieyeh,
06). The water consumption is considered in an increase of 6 % by each C, from the 20 C (Cockshott,
04). From the physiological point of view, the level of hyperventilation (LH) can change from 50 to 350
eaths/min (Valancony, 1997), and the BT increases direct and proportional to the temperature environment
A), TA = 31.84 0.09 C and BT = 42.2 0.005 C (Prez, 2003).
e manipulation of the balance assessment of mineral (electrolyte) has a significant influence in the
oductive behaviour and resistance before the caloric stress, due to his effect on the acid balance assessment
ase. The balance sheet assessment of ideal electrolyte is between the 240 and 300 mEq/kg, improvements
ing observed in the productive performance and minor mortality (Borges et to, 2003). Equally the addition
electrolytes has been evaluated in the water, where the phase of hyperventilation diminishes in 23 %, and
e body weigh gain increases in 7.7 % (P